Like, for real.
Like, for real.
The wrestling show, which airs on the El Rey Network, has established itself as the perfect alternative to WWE.
They’re all great, but which one is the mero mero?
This quiz will make you fall in love all over again. Para siempre.
The city of Corpus Christi in Texas will be hosting a two-day festival honoring Selena Quintanilla-Pérez in April and expects 50,000 visitors and $1 million to come to the city. The two-day event will include live music and a screening of her biopic.
Brace yourself for la chancla.
Being half-anything is pretty awesome, pero ser mitad Mexicano es mejor!
It’s a good thing we can laugh at ourselves.
SO. MANY. BUÑUELOS.
“iQue le muerda! iQue le muerda!”
WHAT ARE YOU?
Seriously, though… those last ten minutes of Selena… ::sniff::
Yep, they watch novelas too.
*Runs to schedule an appointment to get one*
To many, the Day of the Dead in Mexico and in Mexican and Central-American communities in the U.S., is a chance to celebrate life. The lives of those who have died but are not forgotten. BuzzFeed staffers remember those who had an impact on them.
Or maybe think thrice if you still don’t get it.
Selena and telenovelas are just a few.
The place where awesome and delicioso happens.
Whether it was in English or Spanish, your mom ALWAYS had the final word.
Mariachi Barbie is Mattel’s improvement on last year’s Chihuahua-toting version.
Luces, Cámara, Acción!
It’s time to break up with your microwave.
International flavor dust.
Start eating food the authentic way!
“iMijo! You’re getting fat!”
The proof is in the duvalin.
So. Many. Emotions.
So. Many. Dances.
They’re only true if you believe in them. Right?