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11 Hilarious Reaction GIFs from ‘Mi Vida Loca’

Mi Vida Loca has a lot going on. It’s a film about friendship. It’s about betrayal. It’s about the naïveté of young people who grow up way too fast. And of course, it’s about EYE ROLLS. There are sooo many good eye rolls in Mi Vida Loca that we just had to create a GIF library for you to use. Here are some suggestions:

1. When you say you’re bored and your mom yells “Ponte a limpiar.”

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2. When your crush knows how you feel, but you’re trying to hide it…

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3. When your sibling puts you on blast in front of your parents…

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4. When you hear someone use the term “spicy Latina.”

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5. When you’re thinking about getting tostilocos after school…

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QUIZ: Which “Mi Vida Loca” Character Are You? Sad Girl, Mousie, Whisper or Giggles?

6. When your tía asks if you have a boyfriend…

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7. When you overhear someone bragging about how many followers they have on Snapchat.

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8. When you just left a dish “remojando” and your mom already wants you to wash it…

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???Bonus???

TFW… you call out for the elotero pero no te pela…

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TFW… you just called out your friend for tagging an ugly photo of you…

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TFW… when your homegirl is drunk and says something that actually makes sense…

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Sean Penn’s “Epic Insult” Riles His Readers

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Sean Penn’s “Epic Insult” Riles His Readers

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Sean Penn’s controversial interview with El Chapo did one major thing: it undermined all the drug war victims, including those who live in fear and the journalists who have died trying to report the truth. This, according to writer and poet Javier Sicilia and journalist Alfredo Corchado.

In the interview, Sean Penn portrayed El Chapo as a sort of “Robin Hood” who helped his community and only kills when necessary. The interview, even a week later, is still grabbing headlines.

Sicilia, whose 24-year-old son was tortured and killed by cartel members in 2011, says, “The face of El Chapo is a smokescreen. Behind the kingpin’s image, which is magnified by the media and the politics of Mexico and the United States, is the hidden truth… of the dead and those who are still disappearing.”

Read: The Most Intriguing Texts between Kate del Castillo and El Chapo

And, in terms of the many journalists who have lost their lives, Corchado says this interview was an “epic insult to journalists who died in the name of the truth.”

Now Sicilia is asking del Castillo and Penn to use their fame to garner attention for the victims, including those who still live in fear and are constantly disappearing: “[Penn] has a good reputation as a defender of noble causes… and Kate del Castillo—who accompanied us in Los Angeles when we did our march for peace—have the capacity to interview many people,” he said. “And while governments and the media continue to use abstract numbers to talk about victims, it will be difficult to move and touch the hearts of others.”

Read more of what Javier Sicilia has to say from NBC News here.

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