He lives in a piña under the sea — Bob Esponja — and you can too! Two lovely pineapples for just 25 pesos, or about $1.33. Test your piña for ripeness by pulling out a leaf at the top as you sing along with the Sponge Bob theme song below. If it pulls out easily, it’s ripe (according to my Abuelita). The leaf, you pervert. Get your mind out of the gutter.
Do you have a problem with flies? Don’t worry, because now you can kill them easily — the Mexican way. [No flies were forced to drink tequila during the making of this video.]
Mexico’s fastest mouse, our hero Speedy Gonzales, yells “Yeehaw”” over and over in this three-minute supercut cartoon video. SPOILER: The various gatitos and perritos are not amused.
It’s time once again to order your LALO ALCARAZ CARTOON CALENDAR.
Because of the horrible path the US has continued on this past year, I will make this promise: I will do my best to try to keep you sane and somewhat amused in 2018 through cartoons and other online chingaderas, but one way I can do it every day is if you buy my 2018 Cartoon Calendar.
Today’s creature is the tzitzimitl. Tzitzimitl (plural: tzitzimimeh) is a feminine spirit that looks like a skeleton with disheveled hair, sharp talons on its hands and feet, and a vicious personality.