9 Questions Latinas Ask that Put an End to an Argument

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Ladies, we know it comes down to a simple turn-the-question-around-and-make-him-feel-guilty approach. Next thing you know, he’s apologizing for being an over-protective, insecure boyfriend. This is how Latinas always win an argument.

Him: “Why are you going through my phone?”


Us: “Why wouldn’t I? Do you have something to hide?”

Him: “You didn’t call me last night, like you said.”


“You didn’t call me the night before my cheerleading try-out three years ago and I forgave you, didn’t I?”

Him: “Why are you still talking to your ex?”


Us: “He’s my BEST FRIEND! Do you want me to ask you to not to hang out with (insert best buddy’s name here)?”

Him: “I don’t want to go to that dinner tonight.”


Us: “Well, let’s see what your mami has to say about that?”

Him: “I thought you didn’t like going out Thursday nights?”


Us: “When, just WHEN did I say that?”

Him: “Pero baby, you said monthaversary gifts weren’t important.”


Us: “Do I really have to spell everything out for you?”

Him: “I don’t like chick flicks.”


Us: “But you do love me, right?”

Him: “But you told me not to invite (insert off and on bestie’s name here).”


Us: “Does that sound like something I would say?”

Him: “We have been arguing over this dumb sh*t for 20 minutes.”


Us: “See? You just don’t love me anymore.”

He’ll never have an answer he’s will to give to any of these…hence, we win.

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7 Unforgetable Moments by Latinos at the Golden Globes


7 Unforgetable Moments by Latinos at the Golden Globes

Um, was there a Latino ‘takeover’ of the 73rd Annual Golden Globes? Yes! Jennifer Lopez, America Ferrara, Oscar Isaac and Gael Garcia Bernal were just a few of Latinos that made headlines after one of Hollywood’s biggest nights.

JLo looked stunning, as always, in her Giambattista Valli gown and 200 carats of Harry Winston diamonds — 200 CARATS.

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Let’s face it, JLo, and her peek-a-boo leg, will ALWAYS look #flawless.

And Gina Rodriguez showed the world that Latinas can rock any color they please.

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Get it, girl!

READ: Chompiras, Pan Dulce and Mazapan: Seven Thoughts Latinos Probably Had While Watching the 2015 VMAs

Ricky Gervais started off the night with a well-timed El Chapo joke.

BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 10: In this handout photo provided by NBCUniversal, Host Ricky Gervais speaks onstage during the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 10, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Paul Drinkwater/NBCUniversal via Getty Images)
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“I’m going to do this monologue and then go into hiding,” Gervais said. “Not even Sean Penn will find me.” After that, you just knew that Latinos were about to represent.

America Ferrera and Eva Longoria threw some shade at the Golden Globes and reminded everyone that not all Latinas look the same.

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“Hi. I’m Eva Longoira, not Eva Menedes,” Longoria started.

“And hi, I’m America Ferrera, not Gina Rodriguez,” Ferrera added.

“And neither one of us are Rosario Dawson,” Longoria said.

Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s Revenant cleaned up at the Globes.

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From Best Motion Picture to Best Director – Motion Picture, Revenant  was clearly the biggest winner of the night. The movie even landed Leonardo DiCaprio another Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture. Congrats, Leo!

READ: 9 Things Jennifer Lopez’s Outfits Reminded Us of During the AMAs

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association fell in love with Oscar Isaac’s role in Show Me a Hero, landing him Best Performance by an Actor in a Limited Series or a Motion Picture Made for Television.

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His speech was pretty straightforward, but the first three seconds of celebration behind the mic is what got everyone talking about the Guatemalan/Cuban actor.

Heartthrob, Gael Garcia Bernal, was honored with a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Musical or Comedy for his role in Mozart in the Jungle.

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The Mexican actor started his speech off with a resounding, “¡Güey!” as he looked shocked and pleased with being crowned best actor in a TV series.

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