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Teens Try to Explain The Weeknd Lyrics to a Mexican Tío

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“Then… you have… another lady.”

Have you ever tried to explain an English-language song to someone who speaks Spanish? It can get pretty tough if there’s lots of hard-to-translate slang and even tougher if it’s a racy song like “Or Nah” by Ty Dolla $ign, The Weeknd, Wiz Khalifa and DJ Mustard. Can you image explaining lyrics like “Imma pop this bottle you gon’ give me brain or nah” to your mom? GOOD LUCK. Watch as two unassuming teens attempt to explain dirty lyrics to their uncle Tiburcio.

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

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How To Do The Cholo Zumba Dance Without Signing Up For A Class

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How To Do The Cholo Zumba Dance Without Signing Up For A Class

How to Dance Like a Chola

How to dance ZUMBA like a CHOLA. Yep. Totally went there. /div>

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Posted by OMG, It's Eddie G on Friday, February 19, 2016

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Get your Sharpie and lip liner ready!

By now, you’ve seen all the “cholo zumba” videos that have been making the rounds, right? If not, watch them here: there’s this one, this one and this one.

K, now that you’re all caught up, Eddie G! created a tutorial video for all of you out there who want to learn a cholo zumba dance. Pull those old Dickies out of the closet and get your Sharpie and lip liner ready, because you’ll be dancing firme in no time.

WATCH: Teens Try To Explain The Weeknd Lyrics To A Mexican Tio
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Listen to What Día de los Muertos Means to Teens Serving Life in Prison

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Listen to What Día de los Muertos Means to Teens Serving Life in Prison

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You’re alive… but you’re dead.

Not all Día de los Muertos altars are created to celebrate the dead. What happens when you ask teens serving 30 to 40 years in jail to create Día de los Muertos altars? Eddie G! talks to a California Department of Corrections worker who helped juveniles in detention express themselves through altares.

READ: A Group of Students Made a Día de los Muertos Film and It’s Actually Pretty Good

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