Tequila Now Infused with Hibiscus. Limes Are Pissed.
For anyone tired of sucking the worm (not a euphemism), tequila now comes in a bottle with no moustache on the label. If you’ve grown weary of 31 flavors of exotically named vodka (Tchokolat Tchip!), it’s time to down a few bottles of hibiscus-infused Rosangel tequila. It’s so fancy, your pinkie will never touch the shot glass!
Some tequila is infused with herpes
People en EspaÃ±ol Thinks 50 People Are Beautiful
What’s the only thing better than watching 50 pretty people be pretty? It’s watching them be pretty while dressing up like other pretty people! Yay! For its annual parade of beef and cheese (or should that be “cheesecake”…no, Eva Longoria Parker’s on the list â€” we got it right), some of the shiny objects of lust and bitter resentment have dressed up as classic movie stars. William Levy had to go as Robert Redford, since he already immortalized John Holmes in that penis-sock thing a few years ago. Besides the Longoria creature, the other beautiful estadounidenses (as they put it) to make the list are Six-Feet-Under-Ugly-Betty actor Freddy Rodriguez, Disney animatronic Selena GÃ³mez, and small person Pee Wee. Special beautiful mention should go to actores mexicanos Eugenio Derbez and the drunk-on-consonants Allisson Lozz, who are both on a show called Al diablo con los guapos. We think the irony of that title is just…beautiful.
William Levy in The Sting, hiding the stinger that made him a star.
The Only Race to Talk About is the Amazing One
On the heels of a New York Times/CBS News poll that poll-ishly states two-thirds of Americans think race relations in the Obama-nation are “good,” Salon.com has been working their crack analytical skills overtime to figure out why. What they think? Well, it seems that our leader, Tall-Dark-and-Presidential, is achieving happy race relations by â€” wait for it â€” not talking about them. Chucking aside our skepticism for a brief moment (Would George Bush have gone away if we all just hadn’t looked at him for a while?), we are willing to entertain the Salon-dot-come-on conclusion that we should all take the President’s lead, and reach racial harmony by none of us talking about it anymore. Here’s the thing that makes us a little brown under the collar: In the entire article, the only colors mentioned are white and black. What up that, ese? We wonder how Latinos can agree to take part in not talking about race when we’re not being talked about as part of the people to not talk about. It.
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(This is so wrong on so many levels, but I couldn’t resist.)
(Maybe this is better.)