I was not going to be the only one not finding the Virgen of Guadalupe somewhere. This beauty showed up in -where else?- my dry Martini at a swanky New York City Terrace.
I was so attached to it, that I took it for a stroll. It was great. [And the beverage was delish]
Happy Día de la Guadalupana
The Tortilla Baby Swaddle Blanket & Knot Hat costs US$48 and it is -sadly- for real. Click on the photo for more info and how to get one for your delicious bundle of joy.
UPDATE: I have just found the instructions for this thing.
Here they are:
It is always refreshing to see “one of us” on the cover of high-profile magazines. But it is of special joy to this blogger to receive an image of the cover with an accompanying note by the magazine’s P.R. department hyping the awesomness of having such a smart “Columbian” beauty on their cover.
I don’t know you, but I’m off to read this thing ASAP, and try to find out if I too can become a highest-earning Latina.
There are only a few things that need absolutely no explanation to make it to this blog. This is one of them.
Whoever was responsible for finding the proper Spanish-language translation of “Cool Iron” and came up with THIS, deserves nothing but my most humble admiration -and an open invitation to a Happy Hour in New York City, at a bar of his/her choice.
(Oh, and don’t get me started on “Mano se lava” and “No caiga”)
Photo: Eperiensense, via @tropicarlitos
Brought to you by El Guapérrimo de Sinaloa.
Hat tip: Carla Raygoza
How can anyone not like Mexicans?
Photo via Hazme el chingado favor
If Nescafé Latino was going to be so rigorous as to put an accent over capital letters (i.e. “vacía”) it would have been well advised to do the same over “ESTE,” just not to confuse “East” with “To be.”
I’m just saying….