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Martes 26 febrero de 2019 | Publicado a las 15:59 · Actualizado a las 16:25
Why is Trump’s Instagram flooded with "caeza’e pishí" comments?
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President Donald Trump’s Instagram account has, for days, been flooded with comments from Chileans after a local comedian revealed, as a joke, he likes to write on his posts “caeza’e pishí”, which roughly translates to “piss head”, in reference to his hair colour.

It was during his routine at the opening night of the Viña del Mar Song Festival that Felipe Avello affirmed he “liked messing with famous people, really famous people”, like the Dalai Lama, Vladimir Putin and Mr Trump.

In fact, Avello assured he “usually” writes “bad president”, “racist”, “orange” and “discriminayer” on Trump’s posts, the latter being another reference to the limited command of the English language he declared to have.

“One day he replied ‘so what?’ I never thought he would”, Avello said (Trump never really answered, it was a part of his gig).

Regarding Putin, he assured he frequently makes comments on pictures and posts about him saying “hijo de Putin”, which means “son of a b*tch” in Chilean jargon.

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Dalai Lama

The Dalai Lama has also been a target of Chileans’ sense of humour on this social network.

Many have written “gus mornin”, Avello’s flawed way of saying good morning.

Others have posted “caeza’e rodilla” (knee head), Chilean lingo for bald people, and “to be”, Avello’s only truly mastered content in English lessons while studying.

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This 2019, it is estimated that 150 million people will watch the Viña del Mar Song Festival, which currently celebrates its 60th version.

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