Go to Hardings and look at the Carona display... they not only observe it, they advertize it.Maister said:What does one traditionally do to observe Cinco de Mayo? Michigan doesn't seem to have much publicity of this holiday.
no actually,tsc said:... similar to 4th of July...only in Spanish. Parades, mexican food, beer, fireworks...
Celebration of the Independance of Mexico
I had Qdoba for the first time on Saturday - very goodmichaelskis 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???
The holiday of Cinco De Mayo, The Fifth Of May, commemorates the victory of the Mexicans over the French army at The Battle Of Puebla in 1862.Repo Man said:Going to Taco Bell for lunch ;-)
off-topic... I once got a sign variance application for a taco bell... the application had an extremely strong odor from the place....it probably does to this day.BKM said:BLASPHEMERS!
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