If You Hate Avocado As Much As I Do, Then This Post Will Be Way Too Relatable

With all the hype around avocado and guacamole, people are buying all sorts of avocado eeeeverything. You keep saying “I hate avocado” because you’re part of the 2% of people who hate avocado

As you may have noticed, tons of people LOVE avocado.


It’s like butter, but much healthier, and it tastes amaaaazing. So they say…

People love it so much they rub it all over their face.


And it doesn’t stop there. Other people massage it into their hair as conditioner. That’s just how healthy and amazing people say it is.

And they even sing about it.

Warning: this super catchy song will be stuck in your head for the next two hours.

But then there’s people like me, who believe it or not, do not think avocado is that fun or delicious.


Yup, to some of us it’s actually GROSS.

There are a few of us who, no matter the hype, have never been into avocado or its mushy counterpart guacamole.


To us, it tastes awwwwful.

When a restaurant has complimentary guac and chips on the table, we awkwardly sit there and eat the chips by themselves.


And as soon as someone notices that you haven’t touched the guac, someone insists you have some.

When people notice, they question why you’re not devouring the green stuff like the rest of the people at the table… And your response usually leaves them SHOOK.



They think you’re completely insane and that something is definitely wrong with you.


How can you be Latino and NOT LIKE GUACAMOLE?!

And when you place your food order and ask the waiter to remove (yes, I repeat, remove) the avocado, friends and family quickly jump in and say:


They tell the waiter to put the avocado on the side, that way they can snatch it up for themselves once your plate arrives. #FreeGuacamole

Because of course they’re not going to sit back and let you waste some tasty and expensive avocado.

Are you crazy?! Some places charge extra money for guacamole, if a place is giving it to you for FREE, then you take it!

With everyone trying to convince you just how amazing this green stuff is, you’ve probably given it another chance.  Who knows, maybe you’ll like it this time, right?


13 billion people can’t be wrong.


But hey, to each their own. At least you tried giving this slimy and flavorless fruit a chance, right?

READ: Here’s Why Avocados Are Sending People To The Hospital

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7 Avocado-Packed Super Bowl Snacks That Aren’t Guacamole


7 Avocado-Packed Super Bowl Snacks That Aren’t Guacamole

Football fans all over the world are getting ready for one of the most important sports events of the year: the Super Bowl. Sure, this Super Bowl is going to look very different since we should all be watching the game from home. But we should still be able to treat ourselves to the awesome snacks that come with the game, even if you’re not a legit sports fan.

The biggest party of the National Football League will take place this Sunday in Tampa Bay, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This year has promised an unforgettable event that will feature The Weeknd performing for the game’s half-time show..

Of course, avocados are the official food of the Super Bowl but – as our tias taught us – there’s so much more to them than guacamole. Here are seven mouthwatering alternatives to guacamole to put those decadent avocados to good use.

Avocado Hummus Dip

Can’t choose between hummus or guacamole? Try this delicious mash-up of the two. Get the recipe here.

Cheesy Stuffed and Baked Aguacate

stuffed baked avocados

This is some superior stuffing technique, people. And if you haven’t tried cooked avocado before, trust us: You’re in for a treat.

Avocado Mac-n-Cheese

Mmm… Cheese is delightfully creamy, avocados are delightfully creamy — it sounds like a match made in heaven to me!

Baked Avocado Fries

With a crunchy, crispy coating and a mouthwatering, tender inside, these fries will have you coming back for more. And more. And more…

Avocado Banana Horchata-Style Smoothie

Avocado Banana Horchata-Style Smoothie
Credit: Aguacates Frescos – Saborea Uno Hoy

A twist on a traditional drink, avocados and bananas give this horchata a boost of fruit flavor and more health benefits, including a good source of fiber and calcium. Adding fresh avocados to smoothies is a great way to help the family — from kids to aging parents — get more nutrient-dense foods in their daily diet.

Click here to start your day with this recipe.

Chocolate Avocado Brownies

Don’t knock it until you try it! These chocolate avocado brownies are incredible.

Creamy Avocado Daiquiris

Avocado in a cocktail? Sign me up! These creamy avocado daiquiris are a game day must.

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This Hilarious Viral Video is Being Called the Latino Version of ‘Get Out’


This Hilarious Viral Video is Being Called the Latino Version of ‘Get Out’

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We’ve all experienced it before–the nervousness of meeting your partner’s parents. And if you’re in an interracial relationship, that nervousness grows exponentially.

That’s why this video of a young Latino man who is hesitant about entering his white girlfriend’s Trump-supporting family’s house has gone viral.

It’s #relatable.

The video starts off with the unnamed boyfriend narrating what’s happening to him as his girlfriend practically drags him into her parent’s home.

In Spanish, he says “I’m going to visit my girlfriend’s parent’s house. The house is very beautiful and she wants me to go inside. But I’m not going to do that because there’s a problem.”

At this point, he pans up to focus on a “Trump” sign prominently displayed on the front lawn.

He turns the camera around to show his own very worried face. The young man’s girlfriend tries to assure him that everything is okay, promising him that her parents are “going to like you”.

The young man tells her to go on without him because he “doesn’t want to die” today. “Maybe tomorrow, yes. But today–no,” he says.

His girlfriend keeps insisting he follow her in until he finally says: “They don’t like me!” before zooming in on the “Trump/Pence” sign one final time. The comedic timing is *chef’s kiss* impeccable.

The video is captioned “This Spanish remake of ‘Get Out’–a witty nod to the 2017 horror film.

As a refresher, “Get Out” centers on a young Black man in an interracial relationship who visits his white girlfriend’s family for the weekend. Soon, he realizes the family is not quite as idyllic as they’re pretending to be. Before long, he realizes his life is in danger.

The movie accurately depicted the real-life horror of racism and white supremacy through a cinematic lens. Phrases like “the sunken place” (the place the main character went when he’s paralyzed by his girlfriend’s mother) became cultural shorthand for: the “place an oppressed person goes when they have become silent or compliant to their own oppression” (thanks Urban Dictionary).

Internet commentators chimed in with their own thoughts and opinions about the super relatable video.

One Reddit user knew exactly how the young man felt. “As a biracial person who dated a girl from a very conservative Republican family, they never let me forget that I was biracial,” he said. “They brought it up almost every day.”

Another knew the struggles of having family members with different views from their own: “I have friends and family members that have been radicalized.. it’s very difficult to have a conversation about anything anymore that doesn’t end with vitriol.”

Another Reddit user had more sympathy for the man’s girlfriend. “I feel bad for the girl honestly,” they said. “We may be able to choose who we befriend, but we can never choose our parents.”

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