You might not be aware of this, but Conan O’Brien is in Mexico City, thus having much better food — and fun — than the rest of us.
This week, as part of his ongoing Mexico City adventure, the famed TV presenter was spotted sharing a few street tacos with none other than Jorge Ramos, the Univision anchor who managed to pissed off Trump way before the rest of the “evil, flailing media” did.
Anyhow, Conan Without Borders: Made In Mexico premieres Wednesday, March 1st on TBS and this blogger cannot wait.
Posted in Awkard homages, El Trumpo, Food, Latin America, Marketing & Advertising, Mexico, Pop culture, Tacos, Why I Love Mexico
Tagged Conan, conan in mexico, Conan O'Brien, Jorge Ramos, Mexico City
A new change.org petition wants Texans to embrace the taco as a new official state symbol, because — as everybody knows — the taco is a waaaay more diverse dish than chili, the state dish of Texas since 1977. (Think about it: You can actually put chili in a tortilla and… call it a taco!)
So, yes, I’m 100 percent behind these folks’ claims about the wonderfulness of tacos (how could I not be?) but before I sign this petition, I just have a quick question:
When are we (the Mexicans) expected to get the state back?**
Via: Dallas Morning News
Photo: Tacos of Texas/Facebook
** Thank you in advance for your prompt response
WTH is this? 🤔
America, land of the free, and home of the meatless chorizo and the Chicken Taco Grande Ring, is now giving us the “Latino croissant,” which this blogger believes it’s a croissant, but Latino… whatever *that* means.
Hat tip: @widestance
Forget El Nacional mistaking one version of Donald Trump with another one.
Mexico’s El Sol de Hermosillo today embarked in one of the world’s most beautiful fuck ups in the history of print media fuck ups.
However, for the purpose of this blog, this is just, well, wonderful, so all this blogger can say is: Thank you, thank you, Mexican Twitter, I owe you one*
Via: Jorge L./Twitter
*Many, actually, but who is counting?
Fear not: I’m pretty sure the folks over at Brogamats are working on it.
In the meantime, you can always use your tortilla towel or — of course — a Deluxe Mexican Yoga Blanket as an OK substitute to wrap your existing yoga mat.
PLUS… Last time I checked, the $1,300 taco bag was still available, so you can still enjoy a tortilla-filled life until the burrito yoga bag is in stock again.
Hat tip: Begoña Lozano
… Because this is the only heart-shaped thing I could possibly care about.