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Rosa Mamá Is The Internet Mom We All Needed And Wanted For Laughs And Comfort During These Crazy Times

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Mothers are always ready with advice and love when you need it most. Some times the best advice might even come for your friend’s mother, or a mother you see on the internet. There’s no doubt that Rosa Mamá has given us the laughs and advice we have needed and wanted. Whether she is reviewing the latest movies or bringing us peace after DACA was rescinded, she is one of the greatest mothers on the internet. Here are just nine of her greatest moments.

1. Rosa Mamá proved that Latina moms all walk around with Mary Poppins purses.

Tag someone who’s guilty of this!

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It is a fact that the food and drinks at the movie theater is just too expensive. It’s a good thing that our parents taught us how to bring all of our favorite snacks into the movies without being caught.

2. She made us laugh when she learned the lyrics to “Bodak Yellow.”

I wish my mom danced to “Bodak Yellow”.

Posted by We are mitú on Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Legit, we all thought about our own mom’s learning the words to “Bodak Yellow” and all collectively cringed. Like, it’s a good thing that they know the artist, but do they need to start singing it around us?

3. And she was even more shook when she learned the words to “Despacito.”

Do you know what the lyrics to Despacito really are about?

Posted by We are mitú on Wednesday, July 5, 2017

This is why Latino parents don’t let their children listen to reggaeton. The lyrics tend to be overly sexual and would make any mother blush so there is no wonder moms don’t want us listening to it.

4. Who can forget her funny af voicemails?

Voicemails de Mamá

Voicemails anyone with a Latina mom has received…

Posted by We are mitú on Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Nothing sends our mothers into a full freakout like us not answering the phone. It doesn’t matter if you are sleeping, in the shower, or in the middle of retiling your house, mom expects you to answer. Mama Rosa proved that she is just like every other Latina mother with her immense concern for her own son.

5. She has tackled some major topics as well, like mental health in the Latino community.

Latinos can’t talk about mental health without calling you “cr…

Latinos can’t talk about mental health without calling you “crazy”! Why?

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Rosa Mamá admitted that her own children have had to go to therapy and she was confused why at first. However, like most mothers, understands that some times you just need help and there are professionals out there to do that. There is no shame in getting the help that you need.

6. Rosa Mamá even gave us some insight into what some of those mom sayings really mean.

Mexican moms have sooo many sayings, but what do they mean? #GrowingUpMexican

Mexican moms have sooo many sayings, but what do they mean? #GrowingUpMexican

Posted by We are mitú on Monday, January 29, 2018

Thanks to Rosa Mamá, we now know what “Te salío más caro el clado que las albóndigas.” (The cure was worse than the disease.) This truly is a look into the minds of our mothers that we have never had before. Gracias, Mama Rosa.

7. Her commentary on different movies, like “Baywatch” will remind you of your own mom.

See this Mexican mom REACT to Baywatch with Zac Efron and The Rock.

Posted by We are mitú on Thursday, June 1, 2017

Legit, this is probably what every mom thought when they saw the remake of the classic show.

8. She’s been dropping some solid relationship advice too.

This mom’s advice on how to get out of the friend zone is savage af. 😂

This mom’s advice on how to get out of the friend zone is savage af. 😂

Posted by We are mitú on Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Now that’s what you call savage advice. “Kick them to the curb.” That is probably the greatest advice anyone could ever get about getting out of the friend zone.

9. And, when things get scary, Rosa Mamá, like all of our moms, will be here to make sure you know that everything will be okay.

My mom’s inspirational words helped me feel better after Trump…

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Take today to send love notes, messages and calls to all the moms who have had an impact on your life.


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Ways Only Latina Moms Show They Love You

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Ways Only Latina Moms Show They Love You

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Moms have a way of being your biggest fans, harshest critics, best friends and worst nightmare at the same time. They will make you so happy and feel so validated when they yell at other people for coming for you but that same anger can backfire at you if you act up. While there might be some moments where you wish that you didn’t have to deal with your mother, there are just so many things that only our mothers do that keep us around.

1. They rage for you.

CREDIT: “Latina Gif.” Digital Image. GIPHY. 10 May 2018.

Someone bullied you at school? She’ll go old school and corner that 12-year old until he gets his mom on the phone. The intimidation tactics are everything.

2. They push you…and push you…and push you.

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They claim to just want what’s best for us, but sometimes it is questionable. Raise your hand if your mom has ever asked you what happened to the plus at the end of your A+?

3. When food is love, it’s platos llenos all around.

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My non-Latinx friends would fast before coming over for dinner because turning down seconds just falls on deaf ears. “Tan flaca, mija, eat.”

4. Even when they’re enojada af, you know you’re in the clear when food arrives.

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There really is such a thing as comfort food and it’s virtually anything your mom brings you. We all have an emotional relationship with food.

5. No, seriously, food is the tie that keeps the bond alive.

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It would be more painful to not be invited down for la cena than it would be to be chewed out. Food=self-worth, and it’s a problematic concept to grow up with.

6. They will hunt you down if you go dark for five minutes.

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It’s like in all those movies where a girl gets kidnapped and she’s like, “My ~boyfriend~ will find me!” All hundreds of millions of us would say the same about our moms. They’re probably tracking us right now.

7. They keep you rooted.

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There is no end of the “When I was your age…” and the rest of those sentences are usually pretty unbelievable. I actually didn’t believe them growing up and would roll my eyes like, “yeah, right.” Now, I’m just all respect.

8. They always know what’s best for you.

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And they’ll tell you it over and over again, even if the timing is less than sensitive. Other things they know: Don’t go outside in the rain; Put hydrogen peroxide on all your pimples; Make him meet me before he takes you out.

9. They’ll also save your soul from el diablo.

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Not going to church is not even an option in my house. The day I broke my ankle, I was forced to hobble in there. Gimme a mom that reads me Bible pages. 😭

10. They will respond to a post like this with…

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“In no world am I una nana, so no. There is no resemblance.”

11. They will teach that para limpiar es vida.

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No matter what the house is “dirty” with. And that “one day we’ll thank them.”

12. They’ll give you body image issues, but it’s out of love.

CREDIT: @modernmami / Twitter

You’re always too fat or too thin, and she’s always at the ready to tell you.

13. They’ll teach you candid honesty until you want to scream.

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All her hopes and dreams are on you, so you might as well just expect to be in the spotlight. Behave yourself, siempre.

14. They worry over nothing because of how much they love you.

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They will worry themselves sick and then expect you to “know what you did.” We can only assume motherhood makes your mind go to crazy places.

15. They will also shit talk you, but with love.

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One of my first words as a kid was puta and I had no idea why I got smacked for saying it. I thought it was a term of endearment! HA

16. They inspire us to get loud for what we believe in.

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And I mean LOUD. Every step of the way, our moms are speaking up and out, and as kids, it embarrassed us. Now, their fire burns in us.

17. They teach us tough love.

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They’re never going to comfort you after you take a fall because you should have known better. And now you do. #parenting

18. They will fuss over you until you want to cry.

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Stop plucking my eyebrows. Stop fiddling with my hair. JK-you’ll never actually tell them to stop unless you want to be smacked or make them cry.

19. There’s a reason they deserve two Mother’s Days.

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Latina moms lecture us, scold us and love us twice as much. So heap praise twice as often as you think you need to, because she needs to hear it, every day of the year.

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