1. They start begging for love like you are some kind of love miser. All day long you give ‘em smooches and snuggles and they wipe off the kisses and push you away, but as soon as it’s time to go to sleep they start begging for love. 2. They act like they are FREEZING! OMG, it’s so cold. You better get them a good
Okay, everyone gather round and let’s settle this once and for all: NOT ALL LATINOS SPEAK SPANISH. It’s true, it really is and you know what?—they are still Latino. Yup, still Latino, not any less Latino that Spanish-speaking Latinos. Knowing Spanish is not a pre-requisite for being Latino—just ask the people who were in Mexico or any of the Americas before the Spanish colonized. I’m
Hola Chulas y Chulos! It’s time for your weekly dose of The Flying Chancla Report. My beloved chancla has flippity flopped it’s way through the internet to find things that you will give a flying chancla about. Here we go! You have to check out this video of what happened when a bunch of mothers were hooked up to a lie detector machine and then
Since I speak Spanish and English, I am of course bringing up issues that come up for people who speak those two languages, but I’m sure much of this applies to people who speak any two languages. Without further ado, here are 11 problems bilingual people have: 1. Sometimes people talk MIERDA about you in Spanish because they think you won’t understand, but you totally
The good and super chistoso folks at The Flama are at it again. They put together a video of Latino parents trying to figure out hashtags and it is too freakin’ funny. I can so identify with the video because I’m just like these parents when it comes to hashtags and #WTF they mean and I’m on the internet all day long, but mostly I’m
Hola Chulas y Chulos! It’s time for another edition of The Flying Chancla Report. My chancla has flipped flopped it’s way across the internets to bring you items you will give a flying chanclazo about. Listos? Mother’s Day is this weekend and I’m kinda bummed. Wanna know why? Most of the time Mexican Mother’s Day and the U.S. Mother’s Day aren’t on the same day.
Hola Chulas y Chulos! It’s once again time for your weekly dose of The Flying Chancla Report. I’ve thrown my chancla far and wide across the internet to bring you items that you will give a flying chanclazo about! Chancla adelante! I have young kids so on occasion I’ve been known to get in a good coloring book session with them and it can actually
Hola Chulas y Chulos! It’s time for this week’s The Flying Chancla Report. My chancla has flip flopped its way across the internet and come up with items you will give a flying chanclazo about. Ready? You have got to check out this post of “9 Ridiculously Expensive ‘Mexican’ Items” because you will laugh your pompis off at what some people are willing to pay
The older I get the less shame I feel about things that are supposedly “shameful” and good riddance. Here are just a few shameful things about me that I feel absolutely no shame for: 1. I grew up on welfare. Off and on my single mother needed help to raise my brother and me. I’m not ashamed and I wasn’t back then either. I am
If you have a child who has hair, the day will come sooner or later when they will get lice. I’m sorry, but it will happen. I’ve been through it twice now and I ain’t gonna lie to you it SUCKS. So here are 16 things that go through your head when your kid get’s lice: Nooooooo!!! No, no, no, no, no! Oh, please, NOOOOOOO!