Comedian creates “Salsa Tequila” to prove songs don’t have to make sense. It’s #1 in Europe

Comedian creates “Salsa Tequila” to prove songs don’t have to make sense. It’s #1 in Europe

(Reddit) A Norwegian comedian wanted to prove that songs could become club hits without making any sense, so he collected randoms words and names in Spanish (a language he did not speak) as lyrics and added cliché saxophones and accordion mixes. The song charted across Europe, reaching #1 in some places.

“Salsa Tequila” is a novelty song by Norwegian comedian Anders Nilsen in Spanish. He doesn’t speak Spanish, as he admits in the song by saying “No hablo español” (I do not speak Spanish). To make the song even catchier, he uses accordion and saxophone mixes noting their usage had become prevalent in many recent hits. The song is written and produced by Nilsen, and was released in 2014 on Sony Music. It was a huge commercial success in Norway and the Netherlands and has charted in Belgium. The lyric music video is directed by Galvan Mehidi.

OK this song is hilarious.

New Invention Lets You Snort Chocolate

New Invention Lets You Snort Chocolate

A chocolate company in Belgium sells a device that lets you SNORT CHOCOLATE. It’s a little catapult where you fling cocoa powder up your nose. We’re not sure that’s safe, but if you want one you can order it for $50 at the TheChocolateLine.be.

A chocolate company in Belgium is selling the first device that lets you SNORT CHOCOLATE.

It’s basically a little catapult . . . you put some cocoa powder on it, and it flings the chocolate up your nose.

Is it safe? No one’s quite sure. There haven’t been any studies on what this could do to your nose or lungs.

For what it’s worth, back in January of last year, news reports came out about kids crushing up Smarties candies and snorting them . . . and experts said they could wind up with NASAL MAGGOTS.

Still, if you want a chocolate shooter plus two little containers of snortable cocoa powder, it costs about $50, plus international shipping. You can order at TheChocolateLine.be.

(ABC News)

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