Spoiler: It's a tequila reference

By Brittany Talarico
April 28, 2017 08:00 AM

It’s been a while since we’ve unpacked a polarizing KarJenner fashion moment for you, but luckily we’re returning from our dekoding hiatus with a very important revelation that we’re pretty hyped about. Bible (that’s KarJenner speak), it’s good.

Unless you’ve been on a social media diet as of late, you have definitely seen or at least heard about Kourtney Kardashian’s bikini-clad-tropical-drink-filled birthday blowout in Punta Mita, Mexico. Kourt rounded up 14 of her OGs for a blowout girls’ getaway that was carefully documented on social media. And of course each day was packed with swimsuit shoots and NSFW late-night Snapchat stories filled with sex toys and lots of cocktails. Basically, it was the X-Rated version of Taylor Swift’s 4th of July Party.

The biggest group photo shoot captured everyone in the same Private Party blue one-piece customized with “SPF1942” on the front, but what does it all mean?

Credit: Kourtney Kardashian/Instagram

It’s a tequila reference. One of Kourtney’s latest Instagram snaps asks, “¿dónde está don julio?”(Where is Don Julio?), and she’s most likely referring to Don Julio, the high-end tequila brand, which we assume she was serving her guests at her unlimited margarita bar.

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Don Julio 1942 is the most elite bottle you can buy from the brand’s range as it’s “aged for a minimum of two and a half years,” and “handcrafted in tribute to the year that Don Julio González began his tequila-making journey,” according to the website and ranges in price from $99 to $200 a bottle.

So while the group may have been practicing safe sun, it seems some people were also down to party with 80 proof alcohol, which might explain Kim’s Tweets that “mamacita” Kourtney had thrown up in her bed.

As for why they pretended to be in Puerto Rico when they were actually in Mexico, we’re not even going to touch that.

–reporting credit Emily Kirkpatrick