Maister said:What does one traditionally do to observe Cinco de Mayo? Michigan doesn't seem to have much publicity of this holiday.
tsc said:... similar to 4th of July...only in Spanish. Parades, mexican food, beer, fireworks...
Celebration of the Independance of Mexico
michaelskis said:I will plan on kicking back with a few cold bottles of Carona with Lime, a big bag of Nacho's and maybe some Qudoba.
maybe I should rephrase...what does one do differently to observe this holiday. I observe Tuesdays, Thursdays, changing the oil, satisfying scratching sessions or successfully waking up in the morning by pounding beers and gnoshing on chips and salsa ;-) .....does one dress up in a sombrero or something?michaelskis said:Go to Hardings and look at the Carona display... they not only observe it, they advertize it.
I will plan on kicking back with a few cold bottles of Carona with Lime, a big bag of Nacho's and maybe some Qudoba.
Life is good!
LOL.H said:I am going to drink some non-potable water and sit in "el bano" all day...
VIVA MEXICO :-D
No. I wish I was creative enough to have thought of that but it's an image that has been floating around on the internet for a while. It just seemed like an appropriate pictorial response to Repo Man's choice for lunch.tsc said:Did you photoshop the sign???
Repo Man said:Going to Taco Bell for lunch ;-)
One of the best things about California is great Mexican food. How dare you mention THE BELL in the same sentence as Cinco de Mayo