No matter how many bizarre holidays Americans come up with, Cinco de Mayo will forever be my favorite. And not only because it’s an excuse to drink all day and yell ¡Viva México! while thinking it’s Mexican Independence (it’s not) but because it is also the time of year that brings out the
stupidest most creative marketing brains to sell Americans everything, from DIY printable fiesta kits and taquito shooters (whatever that is,) to senseless drink mixes, “ethnic food” and even life-size cardboard Mexicans as scene setters.
Etsy T-shirts, anyone?
This time around, though, in honor of that amazing marketing tool known as Twitter, I’ve put together a few tweets making their way to my timeline using the #CincoDeMayo hashtag. This has only begun, so, please help me by tweeting me your own personal horrors for 2021 Cinco de Mayo and let the “Mexican” madness begin!
Ah yes, the special churro doughnut
— District Doughnut 🍩 (@DCDoughnut) May 5, 2022
The southern lady who cooks
We will be celebrating #CincodeMayo with our Mexican style meatloaf. It gets great reviews and is a popular, delicious recipe anytime. #meatloaf #Mexican #holiday #recipe ➡️ https://t.co/3jcer7PiXI pic.twitter.com/KtLM680GEC
— The Southern Lady Cooks (@SouthLadyCooks) May 4, 2022
— The Greens at Pinehurst Rehabilitation (@the_pinehurst) May 5, 2022
The spicy financial goals
Happy Cinco De Mayo!
— Lehigh Valley Investment Group (@LVIGinPA) May 5, 2022
Taco Bell, man!
Note: This post will be updated on a regular basis.