People Are Crying About Not Being Able To Celebrate Cinco De Mayo This Year And They Need To Chill
Everyone was so excited about 2020. There are multiple Friday the 13ths, Cinco de Mayo is on Taco Tuesday, Halloween and Christmas are both on Saturday, and so many other wonderful things. Well, now that the world is on lockdown, some people are freaking out because they can’t drink margaritas and wear culturally offensive costumes. Here’s what you might see on Twitter.
The world is battling COVID-19 but some people are more upset that they might not be able to enjoy Cinco de Mayo.
That’s right. The holiday that American celebrate as if it was a big deal in Mexico is in jeopardy of not happening because of COVID-19. Cinco de Mayo is really not a big deal but it does give a lot of people an excuse to go day drinking with all of their friends while enjoying faux Mexican culture.
The realization is really ruining some people’s self-isolation.
Like, chill, y’all. You can ask Instacart or Postmates to bring you some taco and margarita ingredients and you can have a full Cinco de Mayo safely in your home. This is all a part of that important mission to flatten the curve and keep people safe.
Like, it is really sending people into a full freakout.
Trust us. We all know how much it sucks to be locked into your apartment or home with nowhere to go and nothing to do. However, it is best to just power through 2020 so we can all have an amazing 2021 with everyone we know and love.
Some people are even more concerned about having to put in the work and create their own Cinco de Mayo.
Honestly, just order a taco making kit and some hamburger meat. Before you know it, you will be having the time of your life if you add just the right amount of tequila to the menu.
Now, that we have calmed you down about Cinco de Mayo, let’s go ahead and start getting ready for the rest of 2020 to possibly be canceled.
There was a lot of hype about 2020 as 2019 came to a close. We were all so excited to leave 2019 behind us and finally have a wonderful year. It was going to be our year. However, it seems that 2020 is not going to be our year unless we work together to stop COVID-19. Until then, 2020 is the year we spend indoors and practicing social distancing so we can move forward and get ready for a stellar 2021.
READ: If You Don’t Know The History Of Cinco De Mayo, Here’s A Brief History Lesson Before You Celebrate The Holiday
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