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My name is Bekah and I am a sophomore here at Butler. I am an Art + Design major and love sewing and being creative. I also love dancing (I'm on dance team!), eating cereal, and shopping at Target.

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Hot Cheetos & Takis

Happy Saturday everyone! It is nearing the end of recruitment week, and stress levels are high and emotions are raging! To help relieve some of this stress, I have a gem of a music video to share with you.

My friends Sam and Katie introduced this video to me a few nights ago, and since then we have watched it multiple times every day. This song is called “Hot Cheetos & Takis”. This musical masterpiece is sung by Y.N. Rich Kids. I have no idea where these children came from or why they have several music videos. All I know is that I am incredibly disappointed that “Kids” is not spelled like “Kidz”. I feel that would have made this video even more funky fresh.

As you are reading this, you may be asking yourself, “What is a taki?” Takis are chili pepper and lime-flavored snacks made in Mexico. They must be pretty darn good to have a whole song devoted to them! The highlight of the whole video comes around the 2:45 mark when Ben 10 croons (or yells) about needing a snack. It is musical gold. If you fall in love with this tune as I am sure you will, the lyrics, as well as the name of each child signing, is posted in the description of the video. Have a great weekend and thanks for reading :)

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4 Responses to Hot Cheetos & Takis

  1. GREAT POST!
    I like it and make me laugh….

  2. Hello Bekah!
    I like this song :)
    Great post

  3. Bekah says:

    Thank you so much! Glad you like it!

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