These Bromances Will Make You Question Your BFF

Nothing will ever tear these guys apart. *Queue sappy music*

Only the Best of Friends Can Tolerate Each Other for Months on End

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You could barely handle dealing with your roommate for a few months, but these guys show you what a real friendship looks like. Their bromance – and tour – are endless.

Teammates No More, but Friends Forever


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Despite leaving the Lakers for the Bulls, there were no hard feelings between these two. The key to Kobe’s heart? Championships.

Make Me Your #TBT So I know It’s Real

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Nothing says true bromance like showing off your boy’s accomplishments.

A True Bromance Doesn’t Have a Language Barrier

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We still don’t really know how Juan Uribe communicated with Hyun-Jin Ryu, but they made it work.

READ: Juan Uribe & Hyun-Jin Ryu: Baseball’s Cutest BFFs

No New Friends

So.. Ummm, this happened last night..

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Fez’s bond with Kelso, Eric and Hyde goes back to the 1970s. That’s real.

Mates for Life

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Mates? More like brothers. They have a tight bond on and off the field — and they’re not too embarrassed to demonstrate their love for one another.

Twiñatas! Yes, Really


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They’re complete opposites, but that’s what makes them the perfect pair.

Partners in Crime

Watching one of the best cop flicks ever … #endofwatch #police #lapd #911dispatchers #thingoldline #911dispatcher #thinblueline

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Se llevan, pero se aguantan. These guys are the definition of ride or die – on and off the screen.

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How Celebs Shut Down Being Told They’re 'Not Latina Enough'


How Celebs Shut Down Being Told They’re ‘Not Latina Enough’

Even the rich and famous get sh*t for not speaking Spanish perfectly, but these ladies slay the haters with their responses. They’re so good, you might want to keep one in your back pocket.

Gina Rodriguez knows you don’t have to speak Spanish to be “Latina enough.”

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“It’s like anybody turning to you and being ‘You ain’t human enough, you ain’t pretty enough, you ain’t tall enough, you ain’t big enough,’” Rodriguez told HuffPo. “What do you mean I’m not enough? No, I am enough. I am fully enough. And you’re enough.”

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Yassss girl!

Rosario Dawson argues that being Latina is more than a language or cooking; it’s about heritage. Duh!

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“I think being Latina is about having pride in your heritage,” Dawson told Latina Magazine. “Although I am not a fluent Spanish speaker and I can’t make every dish without a recipe, I am 100 percent Boricua and I am proud of that.”

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READ: Sh*t You Get for Not Speaking Perfect Spanish

We can all learn from America Ferrera who pointed out that it is all about how you are raised.

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“There’s this tug-of-war between two cultures. Am I Latin? Am I American? What the hell am I?” Ferrera told Contact Music. “I love my culture and I’m very proud of my culture. I want to learn so much about where my family is from and my roots and to know Spanish. But when you’ve lived your entire life in American schools, you don’t get that.”

Jennifer Lopez set the record straight when she was filming and promoting Selena.

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“Another controversy came up in the Latin press about the fact that I didn’t speak very good Spanish – which Selena didn’t either,” Lopez told Latina Magazine.

Some people, like Eva Longoria, are discouraged to learn Spanish if they want to fit in.

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“America is the only country that promotes monolingualism,” Longoria told Bustle. “Here it’s English, English, English. Every other country makes their children learn a second language very early on. So as my political and social activism grew, I was like, ‘I really need to learn Spanish.’ So I did.”

READ: This is Why Gina Rodriguez Doesn’t Speak Spanish Well

And a lot of us relate more to Jessica Alba who doesn’t get the big deal if someone doesn’t speak Spanish.

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“No one gives Cameron Diaz a hard time for not speaking Spanish,” Alba told Latina Magazine. “Her dad’s Cuban, and I was telling her I feel so bad because everyone is so nasty to me for not speaking Spanish.”

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And then you know Demi Lovato had to step up and represent all Latinas.

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“Even though I don’t speak fluent Spanish, I love singing in Spanish,” Lovato told HuffPo. “I love being able to represent the curvy sassiness of a Latina woman. It’s just a part of who I am, and I couldn’t be more proud to represent that.”

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