At Last, the Complete Set of Mexican Emojis in One Image

MEXICANEMOJIS

I’m almost certain that the readers of this blog will be able to identify all of these (otherwise, shame on you!). Needless to say, this blogger’s favorites are El subcomandante, the torta and the trompo al pastor.

Still, hit me with questions (i.e. leave a comment below) if:

1) You fail to identify all of these

2) You think there are some missing

Happy World Emoji Day y’all!

Hat tip: @RomiGoma

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16 Responses to At Last, the Complete Set of Mexican Emojis in One Image

  1. hdraper says:

    What is the Mexican-flag colored splooge that’s crushing a small man in blue? Fifth row, fourth icon.

  2. therontomicki@gmail.com says:

    truly awesome…but what is the one flower on a crescent-thing between the nun and the bag of Coca Cola? thanks for the great blog by the way.

  3. therontomicki@gmail.com says:

    ^ or is it between *La Virgen* and a bag of Coca Cola? Anyway, what is it? jaja., thank you

  4. Nina says:

    No Chupacabra?

  5. Alicia says:

    Where’s the chancla?

  6. El Che says:

    La Chancla…

  7. DonAlbertoDoyle says:

    The fart, 3rd row fifth icon, and the one to its left, the superhero with the head growing out of his chest, elude me. Bottom row, second, which looks like a swaddled cock and balls, is also a mystery. And 6th, last, No Fio. Que?

    As for missing, I agree with Nina above, chupacabra. I’d also like to see one more after the final one, that includes Texas, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, and California.

  8. Anivella says:

    I want these, how can I get them?

  9. Hannah says:

    ? donde estan los aguacates?

  10. Faltan los matachines o un azteca, una tuba, un acordeón, las pirámides! Es lo que se me viene a la mente ahorita.

  11. Kathy says:

    Where can I download Mexican emojis?

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