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Super Weird Pitbull Lines That Are Actually Poetic If You Listen Closely

Ever find yourself singing along to a Pitbull song at the club and thinking “Wait, what did he just say?” Then the alcohol kicks in and you realize you hit up the club to dance, not think. Well, if you ever listen to Pitbull, you’ll realize Mr. Worldwide’s lyrics are waaaaaay deeper than you realized. Here’s proof:

“Mami got an ass like a donkey, with a monkey. Look like King Kong.”

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Song: “I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)”

What you think it means: “That woman has a huge butt.”

What it really means: “You know, my mother was a strong, stubborn woman, and she worked tirelessly to climb the corporate ladder. She eventually made it to the top and, what can I say, she was a beast.”

“Every other city we go, we always pull a couple of pretty hoes.”

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Song: “Toma” ft. Lil Jon

What you think it means: “We pick up women wherever we go.”

What it really means: “Throughout my travels, I like to buy gardening supplies and take care of people’s yards. Sometimes, I talk to plants.”

“I’m slicker than an oil spill. She say she won’t, but I bet she will, timber.”

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Song: “Timber” ft. Ke$ha

What you think it means: “I seduce women.”

What it really means: “Mankind’s addiction to oil is killing mother nature, but she will have her revenge. She will crush us with falling trees.”

“Now big bang boogie. Get that kitty little noogie in a nice nice little shade.”

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Song: “Fireball” ft. John Ryan

What you think it means: “Are we hooking up or nah?”

What it really means: “Dancing with you is like creating a universe where we just pet kittens that hold tiny umbrellas. Who wouldn’t want to live in that universe?”

“Down in Key Largo, you know I’m on that sticky icky, icky, icky, icky. Don’t do it much, but when I do, I’m gone.”

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Song: “Fun” ft. Chris Brown

What you think it means: “I smoke weed and it gets me high.”

What it really means: “The humidity in Key Largo is unbearable. I don’t go there very often, but when I do, I get the urge to leave immediately.”

 “Give credit where credit is due. Don’t ya know that I don’t give a number two.”

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Song: “Back In Time”

What you think it means: “I don’t give a sh*t if you don’t like me.”

What it really means: “I used to work at a bank giving out loans, but I quit because I was constantly constipated.”

“Oh, you’re the healthy type. Well, here go some egg whites”

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Song: “Hotel Room Service”

What you think it means: Ummmm…

What it really means: “I am constantly in awe of you. I am aware you live a healthy lifestyle, so please accept this omelet as a symbol of my pure, untainted love for you.”

“In Brazil they’re freaky with big ol’ boobs, and their thongs, blue, yellow and green.”

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Song: “International Love” ft. Chris Brown

What you think it means: “Brazil is full of curvy women.”

What it really means: “The world is full of complex cultures, such as Brazil, where they often wear the colors of their flag.”

“Let’s party on the White House lawn. Tiger Woods times Jesse James equals Pitbull all night long.”

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Song: “I Like It” by Enrique Iglesias

What you think it means: “Let’s party because I’m long and strong.”

What it really means: “You make me feel like a commander-in-chief and I believe that deserves a celebration. I am wholesome like pro golfer Tiger Woods yet I have the attitude of the outlaw Jesse James. Reconciling these two things keeps me up at night.”

“That badonka donk is like a trunk full of bass on an old school Chevy. Seven tray donkey donk.”

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Song: “On The Floor” by Jennifer Lopez

What you think it means: “Dat ass doe!”

What it really means: “Your body is like a treasure trove of secrets that resonates at the very core of my being, and raises me through the seven levels of heaven.”

Do you think you’re ready to translate other Pitbull lyrics on your own? Post them in the comments section below, and share with your friends!

This Man Posts A Video Highlighting Mexican ‘Avatar The Last Airbender’ Characters And It’s So Accurate

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This Man Posts A Video Highlighting Mexican ‘Avatar The Last Airbender’ Characters And It’s So Accurate

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Who here loves “Avatar The Last Airbender”? It is one show that has been around for so long that the fanbase can only grow. The show is a fantasy ride that will take you to some of the most imaginative places. However, one fan realized something no one else did: some of the characters are Mexicans. Here’s what he found.

Roku

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Roku, a.k.a. “El Espiritu,” is one of the Mexicanos rocking it in the Fire Nation. Roku’s memory served as a guiding force for Aang along his long and storied journey. It is like that one compa you have who is always able to help you out of a jam. You never know how he will do it but he always does.

Sokka

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You might know Sokka as the defacto leader of the Water Nation for a time. When he was younger, Sokka wanted to join his father in the war. He tried his best and left with all of the men to join the fight. However, he was too young to fight and was sent back but was the oldest male and became the leader of the tribe. Much like that primo we all have who is the oldest of the primos and teaches us everything. Where would we be without that primo?

Zuko

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Zuko was born into the royal family of the Fire Nation. The prince abdicated his throne and lived in exile. For years, Zuko tried his best to catch the long-lost Avatar to get back into his kingdom. We all know that one friend that is trying to make up for something. At the end of the day, he is a good dude but he just has some things that he has to work out.

“Avatar the Last Airbender” fans are asking for more.

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There are so many more people that can be made into Mexican airbenders. The first three are already a success for the TikTok user with more than 234,000 views. Fans want more and it just seems like the perfect time to create more.

And it wasn’t just the setup.

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The TikTok user came through with his joke. Not only was the haircut so on point, he included a bunch of easter eggs. One of them was the América jersey that left some viewers screaming. Watch the video here and enjoy.

READ: Netflix Is Bringing Us An Anime Series Based In Fictional Mexico And We Are Here For It

Foul-Mouthed Karen Yells At People To Stop Playing Bad Bunny And Play ‘American’ Music Instead

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Foul-Mouthed Karen Yells At People To Stop Playing Bad Bunny And Play ‘American’ Music Instead

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Puerto Rico is part of the United States. Puerto Ricans are American citizens (without the right to vote). Music made in Puerto Rico would then be considered American music since it is part of the U.S. However, one Karen in Wisconsin just doesn’t understand that and had a complete meltdown.

A very angry white woman went on an expletive-filled rant against people barbecuing in the park because of their music.

My first Karen was today. Todo por que no le gusta la musica que escuchamos 😂 #KarenWantTalkToTheManager Stop Being Racist. To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email licensing@storyful.com

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A woman made a point recently to verbally attack a Puerto Rican family while barbecuing in a park. What did they do to offend the woman? They were playing Bad Bunny. The woman, who has not been identified, called on the group to play American music because they are in America.

“You are so fucking disrespectful,” the Wisconsin Karen told the group when they called her disrespectful. “Puerto Ricans. Fuck all this.”

During her rant, the group turns on Bad Bunny’s “Safaera” and continued to argue with her.

“Safaera” is one of Bad Bunny’s most popular songs. It would be pretty hard to convince people that this song is something that should be turned off. Like, Why can’t people just enjoy their time out and about without having to get into a racist, xenophobic argument?

Some Puerto Ricans on Twitter made sure to remind her how lucky she is to be in Wisconsin.

This isn’t the first time someone was verbally harassed in a park for showing their Puerto Rican heritage. One man was charged with a hate crime after trying to attack a woman in Chicago who was wearing a shirt with a Puerto Rican flag on it. It is a true testament to their resolve that the Puerto Rican family being yelled at were able to stay calm and level-headed. Granted, they did argue back but it seems they were provoked.

It seems the woman needs a basic civics lesson on how Puerto Ricans are Americans.

A poll conducted by Morning Consult found that half of Americans do not know that Puerto Ricans are U.S. citizens. The confusion has been exacerbated by President Trump during the early stages of Hurricane Maria recovery. The Trump administration has been criticized for its treatment of Puerto Rico.

People commented on the Facebook video about how else the situation could have been handled.

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If she wants to hear American music, then let her hear American music. Crank that volume all the way up and let her hear the true range of American music. There’s nothing better than educating someone when they let their ignorance be known.

One person is just feeling bad for the man clearly trying to get the confrontational woman moving.

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He really just wants to keep it moving. It is almost like he realized before she did that being on camera saying racist things is not a good look in the time of social media and doxxing.

Smartphones have changed the way we live by giving us a chance to capture moments like this and broadcast them to the world. Social media serves as a way to really make the most out of the public shaming.

READ: Felony Hate Crime Charges Have Been Filed Against The Man Who Harassed A Woman For Wearing A Puerto Rico Flag Shirt