This Dominican/Puerto Rican Viner Is Showing 15 Ways Latino Parents Slay The Parenting Game

LeJuan James is a social media master who has been educating the masses on what it’s like to be Latino. The Dominican comedian totally nails what life is like with crazy, but loving, Latino parents.

They hate it when you even try to sleep in.

Seriously. Even if it’s Saturday and you don’t have anything to do, they expect you up and dressed super early just because.

Latino parents are always heavy-handed with the VapoRub when you’re sick.

Tbh, most of us still do this even after leaving the house. Nothing is better for a cold than slather your feet with VapoRub and putting on your favorite, big socks.

“¡En casa hay comida!”

*has flashbacks to childhood*

When it comes to whooping your ass, our parents turn into track stars.

Just check out that chancla throw.

And they do not give up until they have laid that belt all over you.

They are persistent af when it comes to punishment.

Rule #65,426 to surviving in a Latino household: Never EVER talk back.

That chanclaso, bro.

Mami is the master of car ride discipline.

No backseat is too far for her mighty chancla to reach.

We all grew up with that one china cabinet we were never allowed to look at.

And the same goes for mama’s sacred decorative bathroom towels.

And you know you can’t wait to be able to so the same.

Being 18 doesn’t mean sh*t to our padres.

Only mami and papi can give you a reason to cry, got it?

When they say shower, you shower.

And there better not be any questions.

Your friends are never to be trusted because they are ALL up to no good.

If mami has to talk to your tías, you have to talk to your tías.

Better to just go ahead and clear your weekend. It’s going to be a long phone call.

But, no matter what, they will always make sure you’re taken care of and well fed.

Even if you are too ungrateful to realize it.

READ: 15 Things Latino Parents Have Definitely Threatened Us With

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