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    17 Things You Understand When You're The Least Hispanic Person In Your Family

    ~ lol siento ~

    1. You never want to be the last person to arrive at a party.

    2. Having no idea who some of your family members are and being forced to say hi to them.

    3. No one understands you more at a family party than your phone.

    4. Having your mom make you a plate of food at a party.

    5. Doing that awkward shruging/shaking your head thing when someone asks, "sabes español?"

    6. Everyone is SO surprised when you do something remotely hispanic.

    7. When you sing a song in Spanish and you have to deal with people asking you what it means...

    8. The struggle of bringing a S.O./friend to a family event.

    9. Some family traditions aren't in the cards for you.

    10. Knowing that NOTHING is ever what it seems...

    #GrowingUpHispanic seeing this and thinking there was cookies but it was just sewing supplies

    Looks are so deceiving.

    11. Quinces are fun until someone asks you to dance to a Spanish song.

    12. Ordering at a Mexican restaurant is the biggest struggle.

    13. You quickly learn that recipes aren't actually a thing.

    14. Waking up to Spanish music on the weekend is NEVER good.

    Get ready to clean ALL DAY to music that you only kind of understand.

    15. Your mom will always critique you on your cleaning.

    16. You are ALWAYS part of family drama, no matter what.

    17. At the end of the day, Hispanic people around the world can relate to the fact that Selena is perfection.