Proud American Sets up GoFundMe Campaign to Finance Trump’s Wall… Because Why the Hell Not?

Holy chicharrones!

I couldn’t make this up if I tried.

Trump supporter Brian Kolfage has set up a GoFundMe page to raise funds for Trump’s border wall because “President Trump’s main campaign promise was to BUILD THE WALL. And as he’s followed through on just about every promise so far, this wall project needs to be completed still.”

At press time, Mr. Kolfage’s campaign had raised nearly $5 million (YES 5 millones de dolaritos) from over 78,000 (presumably very dumb) people.

Oh, America… What has happened to you?!

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This Blog’s Christmas Cards are Ready! You’re Welcome

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Before you go all crazy on me, let me clarify one thing: I did not invent the above awesomeness –of course. I have been busy taking siestas, eating tacos (throwing tacos at people) and sipping tequila (I’m Mexican, remember?) to be working on such an elaborate work of art.

Thank God I have the entire World Wide Web working for me to serve you people better. I might not be blogging much to be hones, but if you really miss me, you know what to do: JUST Go here and have fun!

So, without further ado: ¡Feliz Navidad! ahead of time; to get this out of the güey, because right now it’s time for this.

Zzzzzzzzzzz

sleeping

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This Christmas Commercial for Funeraria López is the Best Thing Ever

This commercial is the best thing ever. I repeat. The. Best. Thing. Ever.

Merry Christmas

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Mexican Christmas Be Like…

Why use anything else when nopales are all around you?

The best part? Once you’re done with Christmas, you don’t need to throw this thing away, just chop these beauties and make tacos!

Nopales not your thing? No problem!

Soriana made a Christmas tree out of bolillos and Mexicans call it el Arbolillo.

 

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Is your Tea not Festive Enough? Go Get yourself a Sombrewo!

I give you the Sombrewo, as seen by this blog’s Teas & Infusions special correspondent Carolina Gonzalez.

¡Ándale, ándale, arriba, arriba!

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The ‘MEXICO WILL PAY FOR THE WALL’ Jumpsuit is Now $29.95 on Amazon

 

Remember that infamous Toys R Us store in Portugal?

Well, now you can add another wall-related product to a growing list of nonsensical merchandise.

Just in time for Christmas 2018, there’s the MEXICO WILL PAY for the wall zip-up jumpsuit, currently on sale on Amazon.com for only $29.95 or less!

WARNING: This thing is made of 90 percent Nylon and 10 percent spandex, which will be just perfect for hanging around with your friends at a Halloween party –as long as it doesn’t take place on a United flight.

Sign me up for a few of these, Amazon. I’m going to have some real fun during my next trip to Mexicou!.

Via: The Huffington Post

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Santa Might be White, but He Wears a Sarape, Sings in Spanish

Photographic proof of Santa's Hispanicness -and penchant for singing in Spanish

Photographic proof of Santa’s Hispanicness -and penchant for singing in Spanish

I’m sorry, Megyn Kelly and your pals over at Fox News, but you’re not correct.

While I might agree with you that -at least judging from this photograph- Santa is “white,” it is undeniable that he is also Hispanic.

How else would you explain his wearing a sarape and singing to the tune of Feliz Navidad?

Gotcha!

Please note that I’m filing this blog post under the category of Latin celebrities, of course.

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