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SNOREVILLE — If you have a spouse, they likely have a habit that drives you insane.
Some people dislike when their husband leaves his socks surrounding the laundry basket instead of making it the extra 3 inches to the intended target. Others hate when their wife leaves cabinet doors hanging wide open while she absent-mindedly goes to tackle another task. And since it’s something that affects 90 million American adults, a lot of significant others are driven mad by snoring.
One wife had enough, and in a lighthearted gesture of retaliation, cut together four years of snoring footage to accompany the hit song, "Despacito."
“I’ve been recording my husband’s snoring for the last four years,” the wife said in the video. “After mixing it in a special way with my nephew’s help, this came out. Enjoy it!”
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Now, we’ve heard every type of “Despacito” cover possible, especially since it’s the most streamed song of all time with more than 4.6 billion cumulative plays across music platforms. And even if you have don't like the original, this cover is worth watching and sharing with your favorite chronic log saw-er, even if it only serves as a word of warning. After all, this could happen to you if you snore obnoxiously within range of a smartphone.
Enjoy “Desnorcito.” Sorry, “Despacito.”