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This Doritos Commercial With Walter Mercado Is The Most Fabulous Thing You’ll Ever See

The most trusted Latino astrologist just took to the heavens for Doritos.

Walter Mercado teamed up with Doritos to give the world the most Walter Mercado commercial in existence. While being fitted for a new and dabber suit, Mercado is struck with inspiration after seeing a futuristic and dope space suit. It is clear that the commercial took some notes from “2001: A Space Odyssey” as Mercado sails around in space just eating Doritos and having visions. The Mercado touches come in the form of an astrological sign at the spaceship launch pad and floating tarot cards while he’s suspended in zero gravity in his spaceship. But the greatest, and most Walter Mercado touch, is the night sky at the end. Check it out.


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Songs From The Mid 2000s That'll Remind You Of Every Boda And Quinceanera You Went To

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Songs From The Mid 2000s That’ll Remind You Of Every Boda And Quinceanera You Went To

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From reggaeton to r&b and rap, the mid-2000’s was filled with jams that were on replay constantly. How many of these throwbacks do you recognize?

In 2005 you rapped along to songs like:

“Atrevete Te Te” by Calle 13

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Probably the ONLY song you knew by Calle 13.

“Rompe” by Daddy Yankee


Daddy Yankee was so hype back then.

“Yo (Excuse Me Miss)” by Chris Brown

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And everyone wished they had moves like Chris Brown.

“Laffy Taffy” by D4L

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CREDIT: D4L / YOUCANTSPELLAWESOMEWITHOUTWES / TUMBLR

After this song, you didn’t look at laffy taffy – the candy, the same again.

And in 2006, started singing along as soon as you heard:

“Dile” by Don Omar


One of Don Omar’s first songs in his first album. #classic ??

“Blow the Whistle” by Too Short

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“What’s my favorite word?!”

In 2007 you knew it was time to run to the dance floor when you heard:

“Danza Kuduro” by Don Omar


A song we couldn’t resist at family parties. ?? And radio stations still play this.

“Crank That (Soulja Boy)” by Soulja Boy

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CREDIT: SOULJA BOY / RADIOFREEACTION / TUMBLR

You’d run to the dance floor as soon as you heard, “YOOUUUUUU.”

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And if you didn’t know the dance moves, you watched dozens of YouTube tutorials until you got at least that part right.

“With You” by Chris Brown


Something about throwback Chris Brown made you feel some type of way. ?

Depending on what kind of mood you were in, back in 2008 you would blast songs like:

“Te Quiero” by DJ Flex


For that one crush you had. ?

“Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” by Beyoncé

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CREDIT: BEYONCE / YOUTUBE / GIPHY

No one did it better than Queen Bey. ? And every wedding you went to played this song when la novia was getting ready to throw her bouquet.

And 2009 had you jumping up and down with jams like:

“Hotel Room Service” by Pitbull


Pitbull always got you hyped.

“Meet Me Halfway” by The Black Eyed Peas

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Definitely a song you fist pumped to.


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