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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!

20 Sayings To Use Every Day So You Can Live Your Best Life

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20 Sayings To Use Every Day So You Can Live Your Best Life

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Life is complicated. Luckily, Latinos have sayings, or refrains, that help with managing expectations and making better choices. Beyond offering sound advice, some clever sayings, when dropped like jewels at just the right moment, help transform tension into laughter. While some sayings seem outdated, folk witticisms leftover from the early days, they address elements of the human condition that are timeless like love, jealousy, ingratitude, and morality. Whether deciding to stay in a long-distance relationship or looking for an old-school diss, these 20 Latino sayings are worth memorizing and dishing out the next time a golden opportunity presents itself.

Talk About Love

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1. Mejor sola que mala acompañada.

Better to be alone then among bad company. This saying is great for those moments when the fear of being alone starts to kick in. More deeply, this timeless saying is also reflective of the importance of self- love.

2. Amor de lejos, felices los cuatros.

In long-distance love, four people are happy. This pessimistic proverb suggests long-distance relationships provide fertile ground for infidelity. This saying came about before technology helped couples stay more in touch than ever. And yet, the possibility remains.

3. Juntos pero no revueltos.

Together but not mixed. This dicho is the equivalent of saying, “It’s complicated.” It’s a great way to explain why a couple doesn’t live together, or why they are not married.

4. Un clavo saca otro clavo.

A nail removes the other nail. The meaning behind this refrán is that a new relationship, or lover, can help a person get over a failed relationship.

5.  Ojos que no ven, corazón que no siente.

Out of sight, out of mind. It’s hard to say this refrán without thinking about Alexis & Fido’s 2009 hit song.

Proceed With Caution

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6. Dime con quién andas y te diré quién eres.

Tell me who your friends are and I’ll tell you who you are. This saying has come out of many parents’ mouths. It’s a perfect proverb for helping a person decide what kind of company they should keep.

7. Más sabe el diablo por viejo que por diablo.

The devil knows more because he is old than because he is the devil. In other words, with age comes wisdom. This saying also warns against elders who may be sly or have bad intentions.

8. Con un dedo no se tapa el sol.

The sun cannot be covered with a finger. This is a great piece of advice that addresses the way self-deception is harmful. It also calls out quick fixes that don’t serve to address larger issues.

9. En boca cerrada no entran moscas.

A closed mouth does not catch flies. This idiom more accurately translates to ‘silence is golden.’ This refrán extols the virtues of discretion.

10. El que no llora, no mama.

The baby who doesn’t cry, doesn’t get milk. This saying is akin to ‘the squeaky wheel gets the grease.’ A great refrán serving to inspire vocalization of needs and wants.

Insults Que Arden

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11. A otro perro con ese hueso.

To another dog with that bone. It’s the “talk to the hand” of all the idioms. Deploy this saying at the sight of deception. 

12. Se cree la última Coca Cola del desierto.

He/She thinks they are the last Coca-Cola in the desert. A third-degree burn, this little gem calls out people who think they are more attractive or desirable than everyone else.

13. Se cree mejor de la bolita del mundo.

He/She thinks they are the best in the world. The exact translation fails to convey the hilarity of this saying. While also a diss to those who think they are hot stuff, the saying reduces the entire planet into a tiny, little ball.

14. Se fue de Guatemala a Guata-peor!

This a saying that relies on a play on words, mala meaning bad, and peor meaning worse. The idea is that the person went from one bad situation to an even worse situation.

15. Cuando tu ibas, yo venia.

When you were coming, I was leaving. A great diss from an elder, this dicho also conveys a knowing that comes with age. It works particularly well when directed at teenagers who attempt to be deceptive but are really transparent. 

For the Nostalgia and the LOLs

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16. Quien fue a Sevilla, perdió su silla.

Who went to Sevilla lost his/her chair. Here is a fun phrase that relies on wordplay and rhyme. 

17. Tirar las puertas por las ventanas.

Throw the doors out the windows. This is what you say when you plan to have an absolute blow out party! Think of New Year’s Eve, Cinco de Mayo, or birthdays.

18. Vete a freír papas.

Go fry potatoes. While this saying may seem like an insult, it works as a playful way to tell someone to go to hell without sounding so vulgar.

19. Por si las moscas.

For if the flies. This is more of a nostalgic phrase that means ‘just in case.’ Use it when deciding on whether or not to pack that snack bar or an umbrella. 

20. Calabaza, calabaza, todo el mundo para su casa!

Pumpkin, pumpkin, everyone go home! Our final phrase is a fun way to end the fiesta, or bring the gathering to a close.

READ: 13 Mexican Sayings that Sound Really Weird When They’re Translated Literally

This Radio Interview Got Heated When A Host Tried To Tell Becky G That Her Lyrics Should Not Be Sexual

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This Radio Interview Got Heated When A Host Tried To Tell Becky G That Her Lyrics Should Not Be Sexual

Things got tense between Becky G and a radio host during a radio interview for “El Zol” in Miami. Becky G was invited to talk about her hit “Mayores” and when they started to discuss the meaning behind the lyrics, one of the radio show hosts started to push back about her suggestive lyrics, but Becky G did not stay calladita…

Becky G is asked to explain the lyrics in her new single “Mayores,” specifically this verse:

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I like them bigger / So that they won’t fit in my mouth / The kisses he wants to give me / That will drive me crazy

Becky G doesn’t shy away and explains that this part of the song has a double meaning and does state that she likes men who are bigger.

One of the radio hosts mentions that there are some men who disapprove of women who express themselves sexually.

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This leaves Becky G a little confused, but she responds with a powerful argument.

Becky G points out that many male singers have sexually explicit lyrics. She references Enrique Iglesias’ song, “Duele el Corazon,” in which part of the lyrics state: “Solo en tu boca yo quiero acabar.” Becky G argues that if male musicians can have sexual references in their lyrics, women should be able to do the same.

The host says “la mujer tiene que respetarse y darse a respetar.”

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Oh heeeeellll no! She was not going to let a comment like that slide — and we wouldn’t either.

Franco, the radio host, continues to build his argument as to why women should not express themselves sexually, but Becky G does not stay quiet.

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Her face says it all. Try again, Franco.

Check out how Becky G defends her rights as a woman and as a musician in the full video clip below:

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