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28 Things People Who Were Raised In A Latino Family Would Understand

"iMijo! You're getting fat!"

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2. Trying to take PERFECT family photos is damn near impossible.

Mexicans be like "This is not even HALF of my family"

andrew @AndJMorales

Mexicans be like "This is not even HALF of my family"

12:03 PM - 28 May 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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7. All your tias telling you that you look fat, yet they'll keep serving you more food because they care about you.

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10. When you hear a knock on the door and the first thing you do is hide because it's probably your uncle's entire family "passing by."

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Tio: "We were on our way back from church and we saw your light on."

11. Carpooling.

This was me when I took all my cousins out to eat the other day... #mexicanproblems

Jessica Ramirez@jesslookatme14

This was me when I took all my cousins out to eat the other day... #mexicanproblems

11:37 PM - 07 Jul 13ReplyRetweetFavorite

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13. That awkward moment when your mom passes the phone to you and tells you to talk to your aunt in Mexico who you've never met.

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17. That awkward moment when your non-English speaking tio joins in on a conversation you're having with your non-Spanish speaking cousin.

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Should I switch the conversation to Spanish even though my cousin can't speak it or keep talking in English even though my tio can't speak it? Life is hard.

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21. That one uncle who REALLY wants everyone to know he's doing well for himself.

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