The laughing man died-meme by Spanish comedian Juan Hoya BorjaPictolic
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On the night of April 29, comedian and actor Juan Hoya Borja, known on the Internet as El Risitas or the Giggler (Spanish-giggler), died in Spain. He became famous in the early 2000s just by going to an interview. We recall today the most popular videos with the participation of the Spaniard-giggler.
The Spanish comedian has not appeared in the media for several years — the last time was in 2015, when he advertised a Finnish pocket pizza. Recently, he had serious health problems. In September last year, he underwent a leg amputation. The last six months after the amputation, the man spent in the clinic, where he died. Borch was 65 years old at the time of his death.
The Spaniard became famous more than 10 years ago. In the Network, Juan Hoya Borja became famous after participating in one of the Spanish TV shows, during which, telling a story from his life, he could not contain his emotions and began to laugh contagiously.
The comedian told the story of his first day at work in a restaurant by the sea in the city of Chipiona: Borja got a job as a dishwasher and one evening left dirty pans to soak in the sea, the next morning they were swept away with the tide.
The very next day, fragments of his interview became a super-powerful meme, and all thanks to an unusual manner of laughter, from which you involuntarily start laughing yourself.
Later, Borch's laughter became the basis of hundreds (if not thousands) of various parodies on the Internet – users superimposed all sorts of stories on the video from his interview, turning the Spaniard into an Apple engineer, director Christopher Nolan, Russian and Ukrainian politicians. We recall today the most popular videos with the participation of the Spaniard-giggler.