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31 Things Latinos Who Grew Up In Texas Know To Be True

It's so much more than just cowboys and brisket.

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2. Nothing complimented barbacoa better than a Big Red.

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3. Wacthing Don Francisco on Sábado Gigante was how you spent a good portion of your Saturday.

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5. Easter meant dozens upon dozens of cascarones...

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6. ...And at least three showers to get all the confetti out of your hair.

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8. When Fiesta rolled around you already had your outfit planned out weeks in advance.

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9. Whether it was to visit family, shop, or have some drinks going to "el otro lado" was a regular occurrence.

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10. At least one person in your family was a die hard Cowboys fan.

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And of course someone else was a Los Spurs fanatic.

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14. Raspas were your versions of ICEEs.

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She may be gone but never forgotten.

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17. You always suspected the Ford Lobo was a little bit better than the F-150.

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19. To you there is no better smell then a mixed fajita skillet.

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20. At some point in your life someone has hired a band to play "Las Mañanitas" outside your mom's window on Mother's Day.

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22. At least one person in your friend group uses güey in every single sentence.

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"Que estas haciendo güey?"

23. Forget the ice cream man. El Paletero was your summertime savior.

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24. Breakfast for you wasn't pancakes and eggs, but amazing gas station tacos.

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25. Preparadas were one of the many creative ways to incorporate twice the amount of sweetness into your alcohol.

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27. It wasn't a kid's birthday party unless it had a customized piñata.

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And the second it broke shit got real.

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30. Football was always your favorite sport, and you started playing at an early age.

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I mean, it is Texas after all.

31. You have mad love for border towns.

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But think the border wall is a bit of an eyesore.

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So while cowboys and ranchers are a part of the Texas mystique...

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Vaqueros and rancheros are a part of the Tejas mystique as well.

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When it comes down to it we all love the Lone Star State.

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