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Phenomenal! Though I’m not Hispanic (I am from Brazil), I could perfectly understand and I Telling an angry Grandma to calm down works about as well as baptizing a cat shirt every bit of the story. It even made me interested in studying more about your culture and faith. I’m sorry about your friend tho. I thought Brazilians were Hispanic, too. I’m Puerto Rican and I really don’t understand the difference between Hispanic and Latino. Either way, we’re all family. Happy Halloween! Where are you from? I’m 23, spent 6 years hiking through South America and I’ve seen and faced it all.
What is a grandma?
Just go and ask someone in the street what they Telling an angry Grandma to calm down works about as well as baptizing a cat shirt of Paraguayans, Cubans, Peruvians..I’m from Brasil as I wrote in the previous message. My parents go to Argentina twice per year cause they love everything about it, from food to people. I’ve got friends who have been to Cuba and Chile and love both countries with all their hearts (I’m dying to go to Chile too). I work in a place crowded with foreigners professors, mostly from South America, amazing people. And to be honest in my 31 years, (besides those not fond of the socialist wave running Latin America) I’ve never seen a Brazilian saying bad stuff about the rest of South America. I think Brazilian xenophoby is selective and political. a lot of Brazilians hate immigrants from poor countries like Venezuela and Cuba because of their socialist regimes, but welcome rich Hispanics from Argentina, chile etc.
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I’m Cuban and American. 3rd generation American. I want to visit Cuba so badly. I’m Telling an angry Grandma to calm down works about as well as baptizing a cat shirt sure I’d ever want to leave! I’d also love to visit both Brasil and Argentina. The prejudice in Brazil with the Hispanic culture is HUGE. My dad is Brazilian, but my mother is Paraguayan. I really can’t count how many times someone made the joke “Oh so you are half a falsification?” when I tell them about my parents. Please, if you have ANY more stories (and it sounds like you might), please tell them to us. Your writing is beautiful. Also, “which now smelled like a grotesque version of a Cinnabon rolled in tilapia” made me laugh hysterically the first time I read it. Yes! I love this so much the story sucked me right in, it’s rare that such stories are written incorporating both Latin American culture as well as like, trying to be a “normal” kid in school, been reading a ton about Dia de Muertos because of Coco and The Book Of Life and I’ve loved everything I discovered so far. Thanks for writing this, OP!
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Sometimes it’s Telling an angry Grandma to calm down works about as well as baptizing a cat shirt to get across the idea of growing up as a second generation immigrant where your home life is so different from your school/work life. Thanks for the read! An awesome read. I was really into this story. I really love people share their culture throughout the stories like this one. Dia de Muertos always seem to interest me because it more than just spirits and ghost, it shows more family and love. I would have never spected to read about Walter Mercado in Reddit, love the story! Sorry for your friend