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If You’re Latino, You’ve Definitely Seen These Things In Grandma’s Bathroom

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Abuelita’s bathroom was always doing the most.

First, there was always this lacey AF toilet cover because only she would think of dressing her toilet.

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CREDIT: Credit: mitú

I still don’t know how she managed to keep the dust off of this thing.

She even has one for holiday season.

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CREDIT: Credit: Anayra Rojo / Facebook

Yes, she even had one for Independence Day somehow.

This picture of Jesus is somewhere watching you take care of business… and totally judging you.


And, yes. It is always the exact same picture no matter which bathroom you are in.

She has fancy towels (to match her fancy toilet cover) that are totally off limits.

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CREDIT: Credit: @GloGawdAnt / Twitter

They always had initials and usually lace. If you touched them, you. were. finished!

The Holy Water was always next to the Agua de Violetas because they’re both essentials.

These shower mats are always there when you open the shower curtain.

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It’s an abuelita staple.

Literally hundreds of fake, scented flowers.


Scent: dust.

And these shower caps always clutter the shower, making it nearly impossible to rinse yourself off.


And if you tried to use them, you know they’re pointless.


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This 24-Year-Old Mom Who Lost Her Baby And Husband Posted Her Story On IG To Bring Consciousness

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This 24-Year-Old Mom Who Lost Her Baby And Husband Posted Her Story On IG To Bring Consciousness

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This young woman’s husband and unborn son were killed after their car was struck by a drunk driver. Rather than spreading anger about the tragic incident, she’s raising awareness.

On August 2, Kristian Nicole Guerrero’s life changed forever when a drunk driver  – identified as 21-year-old Shana Lee Elliott – crossed the center lane on Highway 21 in San Marcos, Texas, and ran into her vehicle head-on, according to KXAN.com. Guerrero’s husband, Fabian Guerrero-Moreno, who was in the passenger seat, was killed in the crash.

Guerrero, a 24-year-old expecting mom, was hospitalized with a brain bleed. Two days later, she was induced and delivered her 19-week stillborn son, who she named Fabian James, after his dad.

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Now, over a month since the tragic incident, Guerrero is sharing her heartbreaking story on social media with the hopes to shed some light on drunk driving.

“This is me finally being able to hold my son. This is what being in an induced labor for almost 24 hrs after surviving a car crash that killed my husband and my son looks like,” Guerrero posted on her social media platforms earlier this week.

“All because someone thought it was okay to get wasted and drive. It’s not okay,” she added.

In the post, Guerrero emphasized the importance of making mature decisions when drinking, stating that asking for a ride or giving your car keys to someone else are not signs of weakness.

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“I could’ve died on August 2, but God had other plans,” she wrote.

“I’m left behind to fight this fight for my husband and my son. And I will continue to spread awareness and share this story until the day I die in hopes it prevents anyone else from feeling the pain I walk around with every day. I refuse to let my husband and my son’s deaths be in vain.”

KXAN reports that “Elliott is currently in the Hays County Jail charged with two counts of intoxicated manslaughter and one count of intoxicated assault.” Her bond amount totals $385,000.

Learn more about this case, here.


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