Discover the Quino Comic Connection in This Viral Video: 'Wow, That's a B*'

Harper Quill

Updated Wednesday, July 3, 2024 at 12:00 AM CDT

In a recent viral video titled "Wow, That's a B*****," viewers are taken on a surprising journey that has sparked a lively discussion on Reddit. The video features the catchy tune with lyrics such as, "You're a smooth operator, you're a real cool sweet potato, kiss me baby don't you, make me wait, hug me honey don't you, hesitate, take my heart and don't you give it back. I like it like that, I like it, I like it, I like it, I like it, I like it, oh that's just the way I like it."

While the music adds an unexpected charm, users have been quick to draw parallels between the video and an old comic strip by renowned Argentinian cartoonist Quino. One user shared a link to the comic, emphasizing its dark humor. The comic's influence on modern-day content continues to be evident, with another user pointing out similarities to a stunt during the 2006 World Cup.

Comments on Reddit have highlighted a range of reactions, from the strategic use of talents to ethical considerations in business practices. One user humorously compared the video’s theme to "throwing bricks through windows and coming back later to advertise window replacement services." Another user recounted discovering a non-profit foundation for burn victims, founded by a plastic surgeon, sparking a debate on the ethics of crowdfunding for potentially self-serving purposes.

Additional comments ranged from Halloween pranks involving cement-filled pumpkins to references to the Sackler family's controversial legacy. One user even drew a metaphor to the US healthcare system, suggesting a deeper societal critique embedded within the video’s narrative.

The video’s mix of humor, dark undertones, and thought-provoking commentary has not only entertained viewers but also encouraged a broader discussion on ethics and societal norms. The Quino comic connection adds a layer of historical context, reminding viewers of the enduring relevance of classic dark humor in contemporary media.

For those intrigued by the blend of catchy music and thought-provoking content, "Wow, That's a B*****" is a must-watch that promises both entertainment and reflection.

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Top Comments from Reddit


Talk about evil practice using your talents.


I was browsing local businesses in my area and found a non-profit foundation for burn victims. Seems like a great cause. Then I realized it was founded by a plastic surgeon who specializes in treating burn victims. I couldn’t help but wonder if this was a way to pay himself more by crowdfunding his potential clients’ bills which he then paid to himself. Edit: I didn’t mean to make this sound nefarious- I have no doubt that this helps people who otherwise wouldn’t get treated. It’s likely mutually beneficial for both the doctor and his patients.


Not dissimilar to throwing bricks through windows and coming back later to advertise window replacement services.


It's actually an old comic by [Quino](


Beats handing out business cards!


It's very much like what I do at halloween. I got tired of people kicking my pumpkins and smashing them. So nowadays I just hollow them out, and fill them with cement.


This [actually happened during the 2006 World Cup](


I think I saw this for the first time in a comic from Quino, in his book Quinotetapia.


Hey a metaphor for the US healthcare system.


All that stone dust, no mask. But brilliant.

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