Make Mexico Great Again!
Why make your 2020 presidential campaign goodies in the USA when you can make it for way less money in Mexico? WATCH as this little magnet reveals its true origins. LOL.
Note: A friend of mine sent me this video but didn’t want me to reveal her identity.
A restaurant in Boca del Río, Veracruz has found a winning combination to sell its products: Footage from Avengers: Infinity War, tacos, tortas and a super fun evil Thanos that twerks to show his penchant for Mexican food.
A commercial posted on the Facebook account of Takesabroso, shows Thanos delivering his now-famed deadly snap as he dissolves half of life on Earth. But instead of retreating to a quiet life until the Avengers come back seeking revenge, he is inspired to twerk around delicous tacos and tortas.
Watch the original tweet where this appears before Marvel’s lawyers get on this…
Posted in Awkard homages, Food, Latin America, Marketing & Advertising, Mexico, Why I Love Mexico
Tagged boca del rio, comercial, Mexico, tacos, takesabroso, thanos, tortas, Veracruz
Filing under ‘Mexicans: How can anyone not like us?’
Mexican meat market Super Carnicería la 18 in Tamaulipas claims to serve The World’s Best Salsas, a claim this blogger is not able to independently corroborate. However, one thing is undisputable: The Madafaker Salsa Verde and The Sanababish Salsa Roja have the World’s Best Name Ever. Ever.
Hat tip: Salsa correspondent –and friend of Roberto Carlos– @LeChanclé
After all these years in “America” I still haven’t found an accurate way to translate “aguas mexicanas” into English. Some would say “juice” (no, they’re not really juices) while others insist on “ice-tea”. Nope. Tampoco.
Google Translate, of course, doesn’t help either, so I think my paisanos in this Harlem deli are right: Aguas frescas mexicanas has got to be “Fresh Mexican Waters.”
Photo: Laura Martínez, Harlem 2019
Ronald Rael, an architect and anti-border wall campaigner, has installed three pink seesaws on the US-Mexico border to allow families on each side to ‘meaningfully connect’ with each other. Needless to say, this is sad and beautiful at the same time.
Via: The Guardian
Say what you will about my people (i.e. The Mexicans) but they truly know how to let off some steam without being, like, super violent.
Take this children’s party in Chicago, where tiny, adorable children (like this cutie in a Peppa the Pig shirt) are seing hitting an ICE piñata and throwing balls into a painted image of President Trump.
A video circulating around social media is stirring some controversy among “certain sectors” (presumably non-Mexican sectors.)
As for this blogger, I have only one thing to say: ¡Dale, dale, dale, no pierdas el tino, porque si lo pierdes, pierdes el camino!
Via: ABC 13
Move over, Pollería Cibercafé, here comes the one and only “Bar Sinso,” featuring a drunk, but happy “Bar Sinso” (aka Bart Simpson.)