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(The Duffel Blog)   Puerto Rican tired of answering your Cinco de Mayo questions   (duffelblog.com) divider line 59
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2014-05-05 07:57:30 PM  

Crass and Jaded Mother Farker: I'm all for Cinco De Mayo celebrations....

There are so few good opportunities to be racist anymore.


"Racist" is an odd way of saying "utterly incapacitated due to ingestion of large quantities of ethanol".
 
2014-05-05 08:09:46 PM  

Your Hind Brain: At least we don't have to keep Sharpies away from them too.....


Psh, you ever seen the Puerto Rican sharpie chest hair?

It's masterpiece. Body art. Wonderbar.
 
2014-05-05 08:17:38 PM  
I once knew a Mayo, and I'd have sunk her if you know what I mean
 
2014-05-05 09:19:53 PM  
Just call the Eastside Holiday Hotline

http://youtu.be/2GoOyOC0H00
 
2014-05-05 10:25:45 PM  

theflatline: I think if you are Puerto Rican that you should have to pass a written test in Spanish before you are allowed to paint the Flag on the hood of your car, call yourself a boricua, and go around blaring reggaeton.


Oh lawd, you done kicked the wasp nest. I'm a gringo that worked down in South and Central America for a few years. I only worked with one Puerto Rican guy but even I could tell that he wasn't on the same page with everyone else. Him and the Costa Rican guy caught hell about their Rs.  And they speak Spanish with an Italian accent for some reason in Argentina.
 
2014-05-05 11:34:49 PM  

abhorrent1: Satire is supposed to be funny.


No, it isn't.

It can be funny, but it doesn't have to be.
 
2014-05-06 12:18:21 AM  
Well, it's not like we can ask them questions about their independence.
 
2014-05-06 01:11:02 AM  

theflatline: Freakin Rican: That's not true at all about the cooking. Every pr family including myself cooks and cooks our dishes with pride. Now do I want chinese or pizza??

San cocho, mofongo, tostones, oddly enough outside of Mexico.  Puerto Rican and most latin american food  is just about exactly the same, with argentina and brazil being the exceptions. Well, Cuba too.

I think if you are Puerto Rican that you should have to pass a written test in Spanish before you are allowed to paint the Flag on the hood of your car, call yourself a boricua, and go around blaring reggaeton.

I was working in Colombia and was called out to a job site as a favor to a friend to translate.  I got there and the dudes were Puerto Rican and the Colombians could not understand them.  And the Puerto Rican dude says to me "man, these peeps speak some shiatty spanish if they cannot understand us." Since I grew up in the states around ricans I translated from their english to Colombian spanish and told the dudes to speak to the contractors in english, they would get that, and not to call people puto.

And the world will never forgive you for Ivy Queen.

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Though, she had some of her plastic surgery in Colombia, so I guess I will take some heat for that.


HAHAHAHA i had to do that with my wife! When she came here on vacation the cashier at Burger King asked her what she wanted and i had to translate from the Boriken to Ecuadorian...

of course, my Peruvian friend constantly teases me about my bastardized Cuban dialect
/"You speak Spanish well enough and have South American family... learn to speak it  properly!"
 
2014-05-06 12:43:26 PM  

minoridiot: Duke_leto_Atredes: Married to a Puerto Rican, their food almost isn't. Puerto Rican's don't cook much.

My wife is a Puerto Rican, and she is a terrific cook.  She does fantastic rice, tostones, carne guisada, pork roast, etc.


but no peppers or spice, grew up in LA good food burns twice.
 
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