Jesus Mexican

Posted in Hispanic Humor and Comedy | No Comments » September 21st, 2011

 Jesus Mexican is a supporting figure in Republican religion, the primary figure in the religion of Mexico. He is the Jesus worshipped by all Mexicans. The Jesus Mexican shares a lot of qualities of the biblical Jesus. Historians believe that the two are the same person.

Nonetheless, an increasing number of evidence indicates that the Mexican Jesus was created actually in the year 1964 on board the Goldwater campaign bus from the bones of Aldophus B. Huxley and recognized s the true Mexican messiah in the year 1980, in which role continues up to the present day.

There are some considerable differences between the biblical Jesus and the Jesus Mexican. For instance, the biblical Jesus preached at length regarding worldly things and giving to the less privileged. The Mexican Jesus on the other hand believe that these handouts only encourage the poor to become lazy and instead Christian charity should be practiced through tax breaks for the richest citizens then could be let the money handed down to the poor in the form of low-paying, honest jobs. Moreover, the biblical Jesus is not known to address the homosexuality subject but the Mexican Jesus talks about it a lot. In contrast to the biblical Jesus’ teaching to love thy neighbor, the Mexican Jesus commands his flock to hate they neighbor unless he is sure not one of those degenerate bandits.

Enjoy Mexican Jokes

Posted in Hispanic Humor and Comedy | No Comments » September 20th, 2011

 Mexicans are famous for their hospitality and kindness. The Mexico population is growing daily and also adding many immigrants across the border. Mexicans love to laugh and they have their own jokes to share to the world. Most Mexican jokes diverse them and their living style and culture in a fun way. Here are some Mexican jokes you will surely enjoy.

1. Why do Mexicans try over and over again? Because they are MexiCANs not MexiCANT’s.

2. What do you do when a Mexican rides a bike? Chase him or her, it is probably yours.

3. What do you call a Mexican who is picking cotton? Confused.

4. Why is it that Mexico does not have an Olympic team? That’s because any Mexican who can jump, run or swim is in the United States.

5. How do you find out the population of Mexico? Drop a peso on the ground.

6. Why Mexicans do not play hide and seek? That’s because nobody will look for them.

7. Why are Mexicans short? Because when they were young, their parents say: When you get bigger you will have to get a good job.

8. How do you stop a Mexican tank? You can shoot that the guy who is pushing it.

9. How to starve Mexican? Put the food stamps in their work boots.

10. What is a Mexican’s favorite book store? Borders

Hispanic Roasting

Posted in Hispanic Humor and Comedy | No Comments » September 19th, 2011

 There is something about Hispanic roasting that delights foodies around the world. By learning how to do prepare the seasoning for a delicious roast, it will lead you to want to eat the whole roast. Hispanic roasting is finger-licking good and the aroma will leave you mesmerized. The special herbs are simply irresistible.

Probably one of the biggest hits in the Hispanic community is the caja china style roasting. It has exploded in popularity across the country in the last few years. Consider also Cuban style whole pig roast for family gatherings on New Year’s Eve. There are several ways of preparing this kind of roasting and is extremely very popular not just in the Southern America but the entire US nation as well.

This kind of roasting is given much care and attention on the flavors, ingredients and seasoning to make every roast unforgettable. There are several restaurants and catering companies that cater to this roasting. Most have been around for many years now and is a perfect place to enjoy this great tasting food. Check out an amazing food by trying out several roasting methods the Hispanic way. You can find hundreds of Hispanic recipes for roasting on the internet.

What Latino Comedy is all about

Posted in Hispanic Humor and Comedy | No Comments » September 17th, 2011

 The Latino Comedy is a famous and award-winning sketch comedy troupe with a unique brand of fast-paced multicultural satire that strikes a chord with Latino and mainstream audiences alike. The popularity increases given that the Latino population in the United States is fast approaching a state of majority. Hispanic comedy is reaching a heightened popularity and one of the best in the world when it comes to comedy.

A mile long list of famous Latino comedians has grown especially in the last few decades. With sharp writing, perfect timing and an ample dose of animated goofiness, the Latino comedy proves that original bitingly comedy is truly alive and well in Latin.

Latino Comedy has performed with many famous comedians and famous artists as well. The performances also reached colleges throughout the country. You can find many Latino comedy acts and plays on the internet, in in particular. To this day, Latino comedy videos in have received ten million views around the world. Moreover, some of the casts were also featured in an MTV3 comedy ad campaign and was nominated an Emmy Award in 2009. Indeed, Latino Comedy is sure to stay, they are brown and they are great!

The Mexican Humor

Posted in Hispanic Humor and Comedy | No Comments » September 16th, 2011

 One of the attractive traits of Mexicans is their sense of humor. Humor leads to laughter and laughter means good health. When a person laughs, endorphins chemicals are released and make a person feel good, reduces risk of heart attack and relieves stress.

A Mexican television network runs a program about Mexican humor and they find it very funny indeed. They also have a new comic opera that proved to be very delightful, the ‘Grillopera’ or the Crickets Opera that implies that singing is a reminder of crickets. It is a great show that reveals the depth of Mexican humor.

Their sense of humor helps them a lot in enduring hardships and even diseases. Plenty of laughter helps them get through even the toughest day. If you are interested about Mexican humor, you can find more details and great examples on the internet, from Mexican books and magazines as well. In Mexico, they do not only value their love for music but also take time in sharing a joke or two to ease the struggle of daily living, particularly at this time of global financial crisis. You will find that their sense of humor is contagious and find great pleasure in listening, watching or reading them.

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Posted in Hispanic Humor and Comedy | 1 Comment » September 7th, 2011

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