My first introduction the “Los Hijos de Pooh” was from a Spanish friend who posted me the song “Luisa (by Peruvian band Los Chabelos). Those crazy teddy bears were acting to the song and doing somersaults while jamming to the song. ns of famous songs and doing. Even if you couldn’t understand the song, just watching those teddies act out a punk song was funny enough. But I noticed there were other videos of the group and went through the other songs they had posted to you tube.
“Los Hijos de Pooh” translates to “sons of the Pooh” and are an all teddy bear rock act. They do cover versions of famous songs and act them out as only a teddy bear knows how to do.
Luisa, the song below is a punk song singing about the teddy bears love for Luisa (Luis Alberto Ruiz) a love interest he met on the corner, and now misses it and is looking for it. The other band members don’t know it is a transvestite, and sing along. Everything is fairly tame in the line of a love story, until he sings Oh Luisa I love you, even if you aren’t a women. The band stops, questions the singer, who says that it’s normal right, and then calls him a gay b*stard, and then continues to sing. The following lines are saying he wants to chew on his silicon once again, grab him by the neck and turn him around, and other lines like he likes his pipi and the size of his feet. Funny huh
This version was so popular that even Los Chabelos gave them a salute because of the extra popularity it brought them
The last song posted here is called a “Un ojete para dos” ( a hole for 2), sung again with Barbie and the 2 sing about what they want to do to each other in the bedroom, the details of which are very specific.