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Saturday 30th July 2022
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[Unpopular Opinion] I don't see anything wrong or cringe worthy here. These people are just trying to inspire other people to be good to others. It sucks that it has to be advertised like they are doing, but this family seems better off because of the people in the video than without their actions.
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El Gato TikTok Origin
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El Gato has been very famous in apps for the past few months, from May 2022 - July 2022 (now). You'll find El Gato in thousands of Tiktok and Youtube videos. The loved cat has been included in various videos, like stories, low-quality memes, etc. But how did El Gato get popular? Based on google, "El Gato" translated from Spanish to English means "The Cat". It got famous because of a Demon Slayer moment, where ありがと (Arigatō) was actually mentioned/said by Suma. And many Tiktok users have spammed the comments with "El Gato". Mocking the way Suma pronounces ありがと, which is translated to Thank you.
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Young Avengers: America Chavez occasionally does this
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She advises people who are not Hispanic but are Loki not to do this in her presence (though this might also be blurring into a version of Totally Radical given the complicated circumstances with Loki at the time). Roger from American Dad! listens to a strange song set to the tune of the Mexican Hat Dance in one episode. The lyrics make no sense as they sound like they were compiled by someone who took an introductory Spanish course and tried to use all the words he learned from his first day in class. Subverted in one episode of Jackie Chan Adventures when the Enforcers go to Pamplona, and can't remember what the town is famous for. Hak Foo suggests that it's famous for its paella, and Ratso asks if that's the thing you hit with clubs at a birthday party to get candy. Valmont points out that it's a piñata, and that they're in Spain, not in Mexico. Subverted in one episode of Jackie Chan Adventures when the Enforcers go to Pamplona, and can't remember what the town is famous for. Hak Foo suggests that it's famous for its paella, and Ratso asks if that's the thing you hit with clubs at a birthday party to get candy. Valmont points out that it's a piñata, and that they're in Spain, not in Mexico.