Latinos Have the Worst Habit of Keeping All this Sh*t in their Front Yard
We, Latinos, are some crafty mothas… Some call our front lawn decor lazy, we call it practical feng shui.
Your old play house from 15 years old is still in the same spot.
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Because mami’s leaving it up for her nietos to play in.
There’s enough furniture to start your own pop-up barber shop.
Latino pop up barber shop in the front yard pic.twitter.com/Yee7Kp5vym
— j (@pettyandfake) June 12, 2015
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No need to sweep after.
There’s always a random couch calling your name.
Perfect for recovering after a night out or sunbathing.
A Latino yard is not complete without a statue of La Virgen.
Stolen statue of La Virgen from St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church has been found!
Story at 6. pic.twitter.com/qlX4hscYVT
— Gary Cooper (@MrGaryCooper) February 4, 2015
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And she only comes inside when it gets too cold outside.
Or little animal statues.
— zeppy.io garden (@zeppy_garden) July 10, 2015
It’s like a farm, only the animals don’t move…but it’s still as dangerous to walk through.
Or real chickens. Especially if you are a Cuban living in Miami.
Chickens in my front lawn? ??? pic.twitter.com/KP02qk5WPj
— shan ❤️ (@lshannon101) July 21, 2015
Because they’re much cooler to look at than basic, everyday labs.
Hammock, because that’s what trees are for.
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Plus, nothing says American Dream like swinging on your hammock watching the asada on the grill.
The special roses that nobody knows what they are for.
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It’s either in memory of your late abuelita or they are there to commemorate your birth. Who knows? Just don’t touch them.
And, no matter what time of year, there is a nativity scene right out front.
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Because Jesucristo exists everyday of the year, not just Christmas!
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