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Haci Como Escuchaste / Así Como Escuchaste

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About

Haci Como Escuchaste or Así Como Escuchaste refers to a sarcastic expression used by the Spanish-speaking community, which translates to "Just like you heard." The phrase, which purposely misspells "Haci" of the Spanish word "Así," is often associated with an image macro of Green M&M seated on a couch, and the pairing is used as a reaction image by people sharing embarrassing situations and dealing with an unwavering and over-confident attitude. The meme was popularized around November 2022 on Facebook and Twitter.

Origin

On November 15th, 2022, Twitter[1] user @_alejandrawho posted her reaction to presenting a bad school project. The meme was used to display an over-confident student's reaction, as she used a sexy version of Green M&M with the overlay text in Spanish "Haci Como Escuchaste," which translates as "Just like you heard." The post (seen below) garnered 76,000 likes and 9,900 retweets in seven months.


minion @_alejandrawho. Follow *termino de exponer la exposición más culera e improvisada de mi vida* el profe: q? yo: haci como escuchaste 9:30 PM Nov 15, 2022 75.9K Reply 1 Share Ⓡ

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The image macro was quickly shared by memes pages across other social media platforms. For instance, Facebook[2] page @Indirectas.ARG posted (seen below) the same story @_alejandrawho shared on Twitter, garnering 1,500 likes and 846 shares since it was uploaded on November 17th, 2022.


*termino de exponer la exposición más improvisada de mi vida* el profe: q? yo: haci como escuchaste INDIRECTAS.ARG

TikTok[3] users have been using the image macro as a template with ironic overlay texts. For example, on January 31st, 2023, user @hoppiew posted the meme and added the lyrics of the K-pop song "Ditto" by New Jeans. The post (seen below, left) received 1,300 plays and 234 likes in five months. On April 17th, 2023, TikTok[4] user @tomasdmaino posted a video imaging how the meme would sound if it was real. The video (seen below, right) garnered 1,620 plays and 48 likes in one month.


@hoppiew Hagan pedidos #ditto #newjeans #fy #fyp #fypシ #fypage #foryoupage #newjeans_ditto ♬ Ditto – NewJeans
@tomasdmaino no me dio el tiempo para terminar la historia pero se viene potente #humor #viral #memes ♬ Monkeys Spinning Monkeys – Kevin MacLeod & Kevin The Monkey


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apolo @apolomenca Follow a mí no me importa que todos cambiemos y merezcamos segundas oportunidades, por mí que todos los que me hacían bullying en el colegio por "gordo y hueco" tengan una vida miserable. haci como escuchaste 2:12 PM Feb 21, 2023 245 Reply ↑ Share O • Aylen. @aylensergiani18 Una vieja me pidió un cuarto de helado, lo serví y como ya sabía que tenia de más se lo di sin pesarlo, "eso tiene un cuarto?" Me dice desconfiada, lo peso, tenia 290gr. Tiene razón le dije no tiene un cuarto, y le saqué lo que sobraba haci como escuchaste Muchos rubros se verán beneficiados LA LEY DE 40 HORAS LIMITARĀ EL USO ABUSIVO DE LA EXENCIÓN DE JORNADA DEL ART. 22 HACI COMO ESCUCHASTE (ASÍ COMO ESCUCHASTE) m ttt haci como escuchaste

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External References

[1] Twitter – @_alejandrawho

[2] Facebook – @Indirectas.ARG

[3] TikTok – @hoppiew

[4] TikTok – @tomasdmaino

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cmoxi
cmoxi

"Haci" is an intentional misspelling of the spanish word "Así" (Ah-see)
Given this, the meme is actually meant to say "Just like you heard" in a smug display of confidence.
(The image example displays an interaction in which a teacher is confused over an awful class presentation, only for the student to reply with "haci como lo escuchaste" meaning "Just like you heard")
I see this article mistakenly interpreted the misspelling "haci" as "Hice" wich means "I did" but that wouldn't make sense in the context of the memes and is mostly wrong.
I just figured I did the correction idk if i can edit I don't think so

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