LATINOS hate other Latinos who don’t speak Spanish. We take heed, it is not anyone’s fault. The new generations were raised by parents whose primary language in the household is English even if they are Hispanics/Latinos. However, we do admit it is irritating when you meet another Latino and automatically assume it is cool to speak in your language to him only for the other guy to give you a baffling look and respond, “I don’t speak Spanish.” Of course, you figured that if you are a Latino who speaks Spanish, all Latinos speak it too. And when they don’t speak your language it becomes upsetting. You will say, “Mira este, vino ayer y ya se le olvido el Español” (he came yesterday to the US and now he forgot the language). OR you might just feel that this person thinks he is too good to speak Spanish or that he is one true “Come Mierda.” Either way, we shouldn’t blame a Latino who isn’t bilingual or discriminate on them, but for some reason we can’t help but to hate it when other Latinos don’t speak in our native tongue.