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“Latinos Out Loud”-a weekly show with sketch comedians Rachel La Loca, Juan Bago, JFernz and Frank Nibbs that features improv bits, pranks, character segments, guest interviews and more. We are the the voice of Latinos today, and we are just starting to get loud!
Get ready to hear a slew of voices, jokes on pop culture, personal and uplifting stories, and more from this group who’s natural chemistry is based on over 15 years of friendship. Packed with positivism and laughter, as well as interviewees who inspire, LOL is here to move Latinos forward, while making them laugh.

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    • 4.9, 270 Ratings

“Latinos Out Loud”-a weekly show with sketch comedians Rachel La Loca, Juan Bago, JFernz and Frank Nibbs that features improv bits, pranks, character segments, guest interviews and more. We are the the voice of Latinos today, and we are just starting to get loud!
Get ready to hear a slew of voices, jokes on pop culture, personal and uplifting stories, and more from this group who’s natural chemistry is based on over 15 years of friendship. Packed with positivism and laughter, as well as interviewees who inspire, LOL is here to move Latinos forward, while making them laugh.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
270 Ratings

270 Ratings

Lauraaaaaa.aaaa ,

I have a bone to pick....

Okay, you guys are hilarious! I discovered you guys like a month ago and have been binging on your episodes. You guys make my work days soo much better!! Why do you stay hating on millennials though?!! We’re more diverse, open-minded and accepting to marijuana legalization than generations before us LOL!! Oh and we understand your jokes lol... Gen Z on the other hand 🤷🏻‍♀️
Love you guys, hello from Atlanta 👋🏼

Alvy M. ,

To the person who didn't like "JAAAAAAIME"

I absolutely love this podcast!

Recently, there has been some debate about whether or not a key phrase of the podcast should be said because a listener said "it sounds like a nail scratching a chalkboard."

First of all, to the LOL podcast team:
I love the fact that y'all have such and open dialogue with one another on the show and by saying "JAAAAIME" To Jaime, it allows for that natural banter. This past weeks episode Rachel bit her tongue and didn't not say "JAAAAAAIME" when there was a "JAAAAAAIME" to be said. I found myself saying audibly in the car as I was listening to the episode myself when Jaime made a dumb joke lol. I believe that the phrase "JAAAAAAIME" represents so much to the LOL podcast family.

When I hear Rachel say "JAAAAAAIME" it reminds me of when I was young and all my cousins and family members would hangout and we would get on whoever had less than funny jokes. I miss the "JAAAAAAIME's" on the podcast and I hope y'all bring them back.

To the person who didn't like the phrase:
The phrase"JAAAAAAIME" means more than just a sound. The phrase represents the banter and realness Latinos have with one another and how we express our love. Though a bit harsh, I always remember my family saying "salte de aqui con eso" which means roughly the same as Rachel saying "JAAAAAAIME."

I love the LOL podcast, the hosts, the community and I hope y'all stay true to yourselves, always and forever. Let's stop making other people comfortable and let's start being more comfortable in our roles in society.

Much love from Eugene, Oregon.
Álvaro (Alvy) Macias-Gonzalez.

P.S.
You all have inspired me to start a podcast and one day I'm going to be a guest on your show and I will have y'all on my show.

mcmix1909 ,

I’m back!

I actually love the yo, yo, yo, yo, yos

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