Funny and true! 😆
Latinos LOVE asking people where they are from. We’re absolutely curious like that. We won’t settle for American, Black, Latino, White, Asian, etc. We want to know your entire lineage. And it just doesn’t end there. When you respond with a country, they want to know the state, city, block you grew up in, etc. I come prepare!
Latinos have that one favorite cooking pot to make their special dish in. It doesn’t matter if they have the fanciest, top of the line cookware in their kitchen, that one old pot won’t go anywhere. It’s the odd ball in the bunch, but there’s nothing like it. We’ve all got that one cooking pot that grows old with us and we just refuse to get rid of it. Whether it is to make your rice or soup, we believe the force is within that pot that makes the dish delish, and we’re not letting it go! Do you have ONE favorite cooking pot?
Andrew Alemao, 28, expressed his disapproval of the Republican frontrunner, Donald Trump by throwing tomatoes at him during his Iowa speech and now people are deeming him a hero. Such actions come with consequences. Alemao was arrested due to disorderly conduct, but has been released. This didn’t stop Alemao’s fans from giving him a cyber hug and making him feel like one of their own.
They considered him an honorary Mexican, and it didn’t stop there!
The love continued pouring in!
He gained yet another family…
Are you by now jealous or hungry? A white family also invited Alemao in, promising to cook for him some Hamburger Helper and said they wouldn’t change his name. 😆 Twitter humor!
- “Nothing is worth more than laughter. It is strength to laugh and to abandon oneself, to be light.”
- “You deserve the best, the very best, because you are one of the few people in this lousy world who are honest to themselves, and that is the only thing that really counts.”
- “I am my own muse. I am the subject I know best. The subject I want to know better.”
- “Only one mountain can know the core of another mountain.” —Frida Kahlo
Lynda Carter (better known as Wonder Woman) was born as Linda Jean Córdova Carter on July 24, 1951. She is an American actress, singer, beauty queen (Miss World America 1972) and songwriter. She starred in the TV series, Wonder Woman, in the 70s and America fell in love with her right there and then. Carter is English, Scots-Irish, Mexican, Spanish and French. She is a strong advocate for the LGBT community, Susan G. Komen for the Cure, and Pro-Choice rights for women. Well, isn’t that just WONDERful?!
Another TBT, because it’s been a while since we posted them!
Ivy Queen is a rapper and singer who was born as Martha Ivelisse Pesante Rodríguez on March 4, 1972 in Añasco, Puerto Rico. Her family later moved to New York City where she lived until age 18. Upon her return to the island, she pursued her singing career and managed to gain a following that led to various album releases and many hit singles. Her rapping is untouchable and singing is great. Leaving you with her bachata song, “Dime” that’s loaded with lots of sexy bachata dancing.
Alexandre Pires was born on January 8, 1976 in Uberlândia, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Pires is a talented singer known for his beautiful songs and radiant smile. He has released albums in both Portuguese and Spanish. What’s your favorite song of his? Ours is “Usted No Sabe.”