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White People Discovering Mangoes on a Stick Inspires La Quirky Nancy

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The Other On-a-Stick Food

This summer Katie Quinn (aka Katie Q.) made headlines when she published her infamous video about discovering the “quirky cool” combination of mangoes, salt, lemon juice and hot sauce. Pobrecita. The Internet did not let her live it down.

Amongst the backlash emerged the new, inspired and hilarious video series, La Quirky Nancy. In Nancy’s first adventure, she heads out to East L.A. and discovers the Mexican street delicacy she dubs a ” flower mango.” But things don’t smoothly.  Watch the video above to see La Quirky Nancy fumble her way through ordering, trying to pay with a credit card and barely overcoming the language barrier. At least she got worthy pics out of it.

The #MangoFlower #Columbusing Snaps

#OMG today I discovered mango flowers with hot sauce! #EastLA

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Feeling like #Columbus as I discover new things!

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READ: If You Loved Chamango as a Kid, You’ll Love this Mango and Tequila Paleta Recipe

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Think that Gallon of Agua is Helping Your Hangover? Here’s Why You’re Wrong

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Think that Gallon of Agua is Helping Your Hangover? Here’s Why You’re Wrong

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Did you have too many tequila shots or one too many micheladas with your compadres last night? Yes? Then you’re probably wanting to die from your ever-so-hated-and-dreaded HANGOVER.

Now here’s the bad news… all of those remedios you thought were going to help you in the morning are not. They’re myths. Forget about drinking gallons of water and eating your mamá’s caldo de res. According to a recent article in Wired, “Everything Science Knows about Hangovers – and How to Cure Them,” you’re not dehydrated. In fact, your hangover has more to do with the way alcohol acts in your brain than anywhere else in your body.

The good news is, researchers are close to figuring out how to counteract this and help avoid a hangover. Until then, limit the tequila shots amigos.

Read the full article here.


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