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Dude Bathed In 1,250 Bottles Of Hot Sauce And Got What He Deserved

Who thought this was a good idea?!

CemreCandar is a YouTube personality who has a pretty successful gimmick, bathing in weird things. He has done Oreos, melted chocolate and beer, but it was the hot sauce bath that proved to really get people’s attention. The YouTuber’s bath included 1,250 bottles of hot sauce and hot chile peppers. (Don’t worry. CemreCandar says in his description that the hot sauces were nearing their expiration date.) Unsurprisingly, he was in a lot of pain after covering his body — and dunking his head — in a tub full of hot sauce. This is definitely something you should NOT try at home. This is probably the dumbest prank to ever hit the Internet, but that hasn’t stopped more than 2 million people from watching this man scream, cry and regret the life choices. He ends by realizing his horrible mistake and tells viewers that a trip to the doctor is pretty likely.

This is the exact moment he really knew he was in trouble.

Credit: CemreCandar / YouTube

Bueno, pero ¿quién te manda?

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This Video Proves Latino Trump Supporters Really Do Exist, But It Doesn't Explain Why They Do


This Video Proves Latino Trump Supporters Really Do Exist, But It Doesn’t Explain Why They Do

Credit: KQED News/YouTube

What even is this kid?

We know that Latino Donald Trump supporters exist. The latest NBC News poll tells us that if the election were held today, about 22 percent of Latinos would vote for Trump. That’s nearly one in four Latinos. We’ve even written about them when they pop up. What we’ve never understood is why they exist. We were hoping this video profile would help us find an answer.

Freddy Cuellar is an 18-year-old Latino teen who goes door to door trying to convince the residents of  Richmond, Calif., to vote for Donald Trump. The reason he supports the GOP candidate? Immigration, even though his own parents are immigrants from El Salvador. Freddy must still not grasp the concept of irony.

It’s kind of hard to take the teenager seriously. Maybe it’s because he’s the embodiment of goofy naïveté. Maybe it’s the “Seinfeld”-esque background music that seems to undermine any credibility this kid might have. Maybe it’s the lack of any actual substantive arguments for why people should vote for Trump. It’s probably all of the above.

The biggest takeaway from this video though is the realization that you don’t feel angry at Freddy for being a Trump supporter. It just makes us feel sad, for Freddy and those like him.

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