Posted by Tracy López
Posted on October 8, 2010, in Anglo vs. Latino, art, humor. Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.
Another humorous drawing which showcases your artistic flair. Thanks!
ROFL!!! Girl, you are on a roll. :D True, true, true!! BTW, I love your sketches!
@ Catalina – Thanks! Need to practice more but glad you like them.
Do one for the back window! With a huge Virgen de Guadalupe and the name of the family in old-fashioned letters!!
@ Evenshine – LOL, I like those Gothic letters but my husband wouldn’t let me have it done to our car.
THAT IS HUHLARRRYUS! Decorations never hurt anybody.
@ Trina – No, decorations never hurt anybody…( unless there’s so many that there’s an avalanche…) lol ;)
Ok! I might have the Latino sofa but definitely have the gringo car ( :
Thanks for making my morning!
Marcela – Thanks for the comment :)
JAJAJAJA cierto! Aunque te diré que he notado que a los gringos les encantan los bumper stickers (que si mi hijo está en el Honor Roll, Obama/Palin/Bush, Coexist etc)O sea, que los gringos decoran el carro afuera y los latinos adentro!
@ Claudia – Sí, tienes razón! lol
The dog with the bobbing head on the dashboard is awesome. LOL
HAHAHAHAHA! That’s so true! I’m glad to say my car is not latino style. But, I have noticed something about the gringo cars. They always have stuff around, on the seats, teh back seat, wherever. Even if it’s a single person (no kids, so no toys, etc). I used to be amazed and wonder why they had to have so many things in there! Now, I’m used to it.
@ Dariela – It’s our mobile office, that’s why. LOL. Seriously, when I was younger, (before kids), my car was used for changing clothes, reading/studying, eating, making phone calls, taking naps, storage, … it’s like a home away from home.
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2. In other words, me.
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