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Hispanic Culture and Traditions

Hispanic culture is about a heck of a lot more than tacos. Check out the 411 on this vibrant community! Back to Article

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edith_is_crazy
edith_is_crazy wrote:
2012-02-18 21:10:06 -0800

im not as loud as my parents well i can be loud on purpose but my parents are just normaly so lould like all mexicans

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edith_is_crazy
edith_is_crazy wrote:
2012-02-18 21:08:51 -0800

im fully mexican i come from jilotlan de los dolores,jalisco i was just born in the u.s but that doesnt matter

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YUMadSis♥_1994594
YUMadSis♥_1994594 wrote:
2012-02-18 21:00:50 -0800

I'm Half Mexican and i'm proud xD

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AnaylaBoo
AnaylaBoo wrote:
2012-02-18 20:59:10 -0800

I Wish People Stop Tryin Talk Spanish To Me Or They R Gonna Loose One

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CantBeGood
CantBeGood wrote:
2012-02-18 20:56:11 -0800

I Part Mexican Thanx To My Grandpa

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noordinarygirl
noordinarygirl wrote:
2012-02-18 20:26:07 -0800

Is it just my family, or are all Hispanics, crazy and loud? xD

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QueenofSwagg
QueenofSwagg wrote:
2012-02-18 20:19:46 -0800

I love my hispanic friends sooooo..... much

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DopestAdriee
DopestAdriee wrote:
2012-02-18 20:09:20 -0800

I'm half Mexican

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winnywind
winnywind wrote:
2012-02-18 20:03:29 -0800

Brown and proud (:

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bluelain23
bluelain23 wrote:
2012-02-18 19:20:23 -0800

I'm Having a Quincee ^__^

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nikki100
nikki100 wrote:
2011-02-24 05:04:45 -0800

The questionaire up there is EASY you know it's not May 5th that's Cinco De Mayo and it's not January 1st that's New Years and HINT: One might trick you so don't fall for it!; If the hint helps you YOU'VE GOT IT!!!

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tsuki1997
tsuki1997 wrote:
2011-02-24 05:01:53 -0800

awesome!!!!!

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