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12 Charts That Perfectly Describe Being Cuban

...Y se acabó el pan.

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1. Why you can never find margarine at home:

But if you need six tubs of sofrito, you're in luck.
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But if you need six tubs of sofrito, you're in luck.

2. Why Kiki always loses the tiki-tiki:

Ay, Kiki.
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Ay, Kiki.

3. Why we don't have time to explain why this question is ~fraught~:

Also, for many of us: Can you really go back to a place you've never been?
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Also, for many of us: Can you really go back to a place you've never been?

4. Why you should never ask what's for dinner:

😯
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😯

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5. Why we try to be good all year long:

Gardening for my haters.
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Gardening for my haters.

6. Why we need our own dictionary:

Croquetas are everything, really.
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Croquetas are everything, really.

7. Why it's important to remember that every Pitbull is a dawg, but not every dog is a pit bull:

Also, that cocos are the most dangerous of treats.
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Also, that cocos are the most dangerous of treats.

8. Why you'll never win:

Eat up! But stop.
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Eat up! But stop.

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9. Why you never believe your parents when they say this:

Please don't leave a voice message saying you've called 777 times. I can see the lie. I CAN SEE IT.
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Please don't leave a voice message saying you've called 777 times. I can see the lie. I CAN SEE IT.

10. Why café Cubano is IT:

Really enjoying this cup of water that was once in the same room as coffee, I guess.
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Really enjoying this cup of water that was once in the same room as coffee, I guess.

11. Why WE'RE NOT YELLING; WE JUST LIKE YOU:

THIS IS ACTUALLY REALLY BAD WHEN YOU'RE TRYING TO SHARE PRIVATE CHISME.
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THIS IS ACTUALLY REALLY BAD WHEN YOU'RE TRYING TO SHARE PRIVATE CHISME.

12. Why you'll always know what it's like to be a part of, yet removed from, two places at once:

It's OK. We're all in this little space together. And we brought croquetas.
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It's OK. We're all in this little space together. And we brought croquetas.