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It’s Because Of This Birthday Party Tradition That Latinos Have Trust Issues

If you’re on the receiving end of the chant “MORDIDA, MORDIDA” beware because it can only mean one thing: you’re about to get creamed.

Take these videos as your warning…

This cake guy never stood a chance.

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At least half of the cake survived.


OUCH, don’t hurt the poor guy!

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What are you trying to do? Break his nose?


This brave soul knew what was coming and tried to prevent it.

Mordida:v #birthday #cake #mordida

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Her shirt reads “protect this house,” too bad she wasn’t wearing one that says “protect my face.”


This little one fought back in the best way possible.

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I don’t think the adults saw that coming, do you?


Apparently, these little savages don’t like cake.

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The best part is hearing the adults in the background trying to stop it.


This proves you can’t trust anyone.

Thesw are the moments when you trust no one ???? #mordida #quelemuerda #mexicans #chingao!lmfao

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I like how her eventual attacker looks like he’s just checkin’ his nails at the beginning. ?? Had us fooled.


With friends like this, who needs enemies?

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At least this happened outside so she can wash her face with the manguera.


Sometimes you don’t get smashed into the cake, the cake smashes into you.

#birthday #birthdaygirl #cake #partycake #festejo #pastel #mordida Un poco de mi amor para MT. ?HBD

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Pobrecita, she probably thought she was safe ’cause she was at work, but NOPE.


No matter how dolled up you are, you are not safe.

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Welp, there goes her hair and makeup.


His arm is in a cast and still they have no mercy.

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They couldn’t push his head any deeper. That cake looked so good, too. What a waste.


Even celebrities aren’t safe.

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Yup, that’s Lili Estefan from “El Gordo y La Flaca” getting the mordida treatment from Thalía. See, celebrities are just like us, but their cakes probably cost more.


READ: Latino Birthday Parties are Only a Humiliation for the Birthday Kid

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Man Has Bad Bunny Themed Birthday Party To Celebrate Special Day In Quarantine

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Man Has Bad Bunny Themed Birthday Party To Celebrate Special Day In Quarantine

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Birthdays are an exciting time no matter how old you might be. You can do and have anything you want, within reason of course. That means you can even choose to be completely alone. Or, like one smart young man, you can decide to have a birthday party dedicated to your favorite artist.

Twitter user @Mr_Octopus7 celebrated his 22nd birthday in style.

The young man turned 22 years old with the help of his family and Bad Bunny. The man, who geotagged Vega Baja Beach, Puerto Rico in his post, is likely giving a fellow Puerto Rican the love and respect he rightfully deserves. The special birthday tribute is more fitting considering the work he has done to fight for the people of Puerto Rico.

Of course, there was a big and wonderful Bad Bunny cake for the special occasion.

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We have so many questions about this cake. What was the flavor? What color was it inside? Was it inspired by anything Bad Bunny has done? We need answers. The cake is the most important part of any birthday party and this one was surrounded by Bad Bunny photos. Clearly, this man’s family knows how to throw the perfect quarantine birthday party.

Don’t worry. Entertainment of epic proportions was provided.

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Technology is one of the greatest inventions of mankind. Not only are we able to know about this man’s special Bad Bunny birthday party, but he was able to get all of the entertainment in one place. The laptop speaker was bumping with Bad Bunny jams while the family enjoyed the special birthday celebration.

There looks like there was a costume requirement that, luckily, everyone honored.

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His mom was wearing some yellow glasses and his brother had to join in on the fun. Those glasses, while not unique, have become part of Bad Bunny’s signature style. The small glass lens is something we have seen the Puerto Rican trap star wear time and time again in different colors. Honestly, every man you know secretly wants a pair of these glasses so if you want to cheer anyone up, you know what to do.

The brothers matching in their Bad Bunny-themed outfit is just too adorable.

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This is something your parents will never let you outgrow. No matter how old you and your siblings are, mom will always make you match on special days. It seems like this cuarentena birthday party is no different. It just makes the whole birthday celebration seem more relatable because we have all been wearing the exact same outfit as our younger siblings many times.

People on social media felt the authenticity of the Vega Baja Beach experience.

@Mr_Octopus7 was not shy about admitting how much he loves where he lives. The beach town is 40 minutes east of San Juan on the northern shore of the island. Around 60,000 people call the northern beach city home and one man is really head over heels for it.

“I love this town and its people so much,” @Mr_Octopus7 tweeted. “Truly a blessing.”

And, back to the cake, we aren’t sure of the flavor, but the birthday boy did say it was good. At lease the bunny face was.

“It was good,” @Mr_Octopus7 tweeted. “I ate the little bunny.”

Happy birthday, @Mr_Octopus7! How are you all celebrating your quarantine birthdays? We want to see them. Tag us in all of your quarantine birthday celebrations so we can see how you all are making the best out of our current situation.

READ: A Woman Threw A Lowrider-Themed Party For Her Son’s First Birthday And It’s Just Too Much For Our Hearts

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This Latino Family Went Viral For Throwing a Costco-Themed Party For Their Son

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This Latino Family Went Viral For Throwing a Costco-Themed Party For Their Son

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Is there anything Latina moms love more than Costco? The cult-favorite market supplies its customers with amazing wholesale items at can’t-beat-it prices (let’s be honest–our madres have enough frijoles and arroz stockpiled from Costco to survive the apocalypse at this point). We all have memories of visiting Costco as a kid and stocking up on delicious samples that always tasted better in-store than they did at home.

The love for Costco seems to be an inter-generational, bipartisan experience. Recently a story about a young family throwing their one-year-old son a Costco-themed birthday party went viral after it had everyone saying to themselves: “Why didn’t I think of that?”. The party, which 34-year-old mother of two, Josie Gonzalez, originally shared on Reddit.

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Sebastian and Josie Gonzalez of Canton, Massachusetts recently made headlines when they decided to celebrate their son Mason’s first birthday with a Costco-themed party.

Considering the (non-verbal)age of Mason, it’s safe to assume that the decision to go with a Costco theme was the brainchild of Sebastian and Josie. And according to Josie Gonzalez, the idea was exactly that. “We were honestly just making fun of my husband because that is what my friends and I usually do is make fun of his love for Costco,” Josie told TODAY. “He has always loved Costco.” According to Ms. Gonzalez, Costco is a group activity that the family partakes in multiple times a week. While Josie’s husband takes the children with him to Costco on Sundays, Josie goes on Mondays to load-up on household items.

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One look at the birthday photos, and it’s evident that the family left out nothing when it came to throwing the most authentic Costco party they could imagine.

As for the guests, they seemed to thoroughly enjoy the commitment the Gonzalez family exhibited. “There was plenty of laughter every time someone walked in the house,” Gonzalez told Insider. Guests of the Gonzalez family were supplied with Costco name tags that they could personalize themselves. Some party goers even arrived in their own costumes, wearing Costco shirts, red aprons, and accessorizing with Costco’s signature hairnets. It seemed as if the guests were just as enthusiastic about the theme as the Gonzalez family was. “[Some guests] arrived with bottles of Kirkland wine and liquor, someone even brought one of Costco’s famous rotisserie chickens,” Gonzalez told Insider.

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As for the food, the family supplied their guests with Kirkland cheese, crackers, meatballs, and stuffed mushroom “samples”. The hors d’oeuvres were served on red trays and labeled with signs that mimicked Costco’s recognizable placards. The family even added semi-accurate pricing to the signs. The Gonzalezs also decked their house with a red balloon arch and red and white flowers held in Costco’s Kirkland-brand liquor bottles. The family literally thought of everything.

The Gonzalez family even went one step further, naming Mason Costco “Employee of the Year” with a commemorative collage that displayed photos of him from every month of his life.

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As for Josie Gonzalez, the Costco theme wasn’t just a lighthearted way for her to elaborately make fun of her husband. According to her, Costco holds sentimental weight for entire family.”My husband is obsessed with Costco…he goes to Costco for it all”, she said in a Reddit comment. “He was even in the Costco parking lot in Puerto Rico when he called my dad to tell him he was going to propose to me. Costco is a huge part of our lives, and our son is kind of a huge part of our lives, too, so it just seemed perfect”. As a postscript, she added, “and ridiculous, and we like ridiculous”. So do we!

A brief scroll through Twitter will show you that the Gonzalez family are not the only ones who have an undying devotion to Costco.

The culture of Costco-stanning is alive and well in the Twitterverse.

This person is so addicted to Costco that she thinks of her next visit before even finishing her current one.

There should be a Costco Addicts Anonymous group at this point. The addiction is real.

This person made a very astute observation about Costco crowds around the holidays.

Costco employees should hand out helmets and protective padding to customers at the store’s entrance during the holiday season. It might prevent unnecessary injuries.

Of course, this person made an on-point tweet about how aggravating Costco’s long lines can be.

If there’s one thing the store can work on, it’s line-control.

This person wrote a very relatable tweet about how hard it is to be frugal when you have a Costco membership.

Yes, the point of the store is for customers to save money, but it can be so hard to save money with all those samples convincing you to buy them in bulk.

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