Whether you love him or hate him, you all know who this is: the good ol' Beebs. And if you've turned the radio on in the last, say, ten minutes, you've heard his hit song. "Despacito" has been smashing records left and right.
The perhaps lesser-known artists compared to Justin Bieber also came together to make their catchy track. The music video was the fastest to ever reach 2.5 billion views on YouTube. It bumped down Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again” from the top spot.
The video didn't quite top "Despacito" yet, but hey, it's got a fairly impressive 2.5 million views as of right now. It's titled "Despacito Con Ronquidos" which means "Despacito With Snoring." And that's exactly what you get.
That's one way to keep yourself from getting mad that your husband's snoring is keeping you up at night. You'll have to watch it for yourself to get the full effect. But everyone could take a page out of her book and turn a potentially negative situation into a positive one.
There's a snorer in all our lives. In fact, almost half of the adult population snores at least occasionally. 25 percent of adults are "habitual snorers" which means, yes, they might keep you up at night.
Speaking of the lyrics, when the Spanish lyrics of the original song are translated to English, there are some interesting results. The song was even banned in Malaysia because of its less than PG message. We'll take the snoring instead.
Some of the lines translate to: "I want to smell your neck slowly/Let me whisper things in your ear/So that you'll remember if you're not with me." The lyrics of "Despacito Con Ronquidos" translate to "zzzzzzzz."
Bieber has been notorious for fudging the lyrics to his own part in the song. At a performance at the 1 Oak, he forgot the song lyrics. Instead of "Firmo en las paredes de tu laberinto," he opted for, "Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah."