After the responses came in, we picked the best answers, and then carefully removed all the information that could personally identify the authors because El Cucuy.
And so we present Los Pochodores’ Pocho Ocho Top New Year Revolutions:
8. Curb my smartphonethusiasm [I’m not addicted. I can unplug any time I want. Hold on I have a text.]
7. Find a better way to check if I washed all the jalapeño juice off my hands — better than rubbing my eyes.
6. Get my Mexican Wife Game on point with a new, improved caldo de res recipe.
New Year’s Eve is the worst. John Oliver (Last Week Tonight) has some great excuses for getting out of it.
Have a chill 2014, and and may the only ICE you encounter be the ice in your adult beverages.
PREVIOUSLY ON ICE:
PREVIOUSLY ON HOLIDAY CULTURE ALERTS:
It’s 1965 and big hair and girl groups are all the rage.
In East L.A., sisters Rosella, Ersi and Mary Arvizu, who had been singing and playing music together all their lives, thought they had the right stuff to be the next Supremes — even before there were Supremes. They called themselves The Sisters.