As you may have heard, two years have passed since Snapchat's video converted to Twitter "Malditos, Daniel" changed the way we think about viral content, white shoes and Weezer.
If you have not heard, all you need to know is that two years ago, two children became very famous for a short period of time, a period of ups and downs and puzzling surprise turns, after one of them filmed the other one with a pair of white sneakers. Observing the white sneakers, he shouted: "Damn, Daniel, go back to the white Vans." It was silly, and it was good.
It was the subject of a Rolling Stone story in which Daniel's longest answer to any question was on the subject of learning to drive:
"I have a lot of friends who drive, so … I'm getting cold in that sense, honestly, like I want to drive in. It would be great for me, but it's not like I do not have … other options." [I’ve tried driving] just a little I've always done a good job, I also like to drive [my parents’] and I'm pretty good at that, so I'll be fine. "
I have already written about what this beautiful moment means to me, but this weekend I want you to take some time to reflect on what it means to you, in any case! Just take out your high school yearbook, your dirtiest pair of kicks, your favorite snack after school, and sit there. Listen to some songs that we chose for Daniel. Imagine what kind of person could have become if Twitter existed while in high school.