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12 Memes Only Latinos In The U.S. Will Relate To

There are wins (and fails) only Latinos get. For a multifaceted vehicle just like you, check out the new Honda HR-V Crossover.

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1. Your lucky day:

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2. A moment worth your happy tears:

Especially if they're made just like in your country.
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Especially if they're made just like in your country.

3. When what you order is actually delish:

Sometimes you may find a restaurant that offers dishes from your country, but the million-dollar question remains: Is the food actually good?
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Sometimes you may find a restaurant that offers dishes from your country, but the million-dollar question remains: Is the food actually good?

4. This is also a nice feeling:

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Latin cuisine wins hearts, period.

5. An accurate depiction:

Home-cooked Latin dishes that are that good are actually hard to find in the U.S.
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Home-cooked Latin dishes that are that good are actually hard to find in the U.S.

6. The struggle is still real sometimes, though.

This may be especially appalling for you if you're Mexican. But you'll take a lemon, that's fine, whatever, that's FINE. 😒😒😒
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This may be especially appalling for you if you're Mexican. But you'll take a lemon, that's fine, whatever, that's FINE. 😒😒😒

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7. In the U.S., you care about things you never cared about before:

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8. It's hard to find out that in the U.S., parties have a time limit. 😳

A wedding that ends at midnight...?!
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A wedding that ends at midnight...?!

9. Oh, and the holidays get you twice as excited...

...because, in the U.S., our holidays last way longer.
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...because, in the U.S., our holidays last way longer.

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10. Exactly.

It feels awesome, gracias por preguntar.
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It feels awesome, gracias por preguntar.

11. This is an actual tragedy:

"Gosh, why can't I type como yo quiero?!"
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"Gosh, why can't I type como yo quiero?!"

12. And also, this:

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No. No, no, no. Whether you're Mexican or not, it's still called "Spanish."

Being Latino in the U.S. means you deal with unique cultural struggles, and it makes you multicultural, too. If you're looking for a car that's as multidimensional as you, check out the new Honda HR-V Crossover.