The Mexico City Metro has installed a “penis seat” in one of its subway cars, featuring a molded likeness of a man’s torso and penis.
Por que? They hope to get men thinking about the sexual harrassment Mexico City mujeres have to put up with every pinche day.
Trade magazine Adweek reports:
Mel Blanc, the amazing voice artist who brought our hero Speedy Gonzales to life, is the man behind this November 1957 novelty record, The Hat I Got for Christmas is Too Beeg:
But the odds are with us today (the Fourth Was With Us yesterday, and with you) so let’s get loqui with two of our favorite thematically-appropriate videos — Tacos by My Drunk Kitchen and Fresh Guacamole. Are you ready? Remember, kids don’t try these at home!
An angry Southern California real estate agent confronted an Ontario, CA homeowner (video, above) who was flying a Mexican flag — and you won’t believe what happened next! Did you miss the story? It was our biggest story of 2014 in every category. The video that started it all is above, and the link to the story about the video is #1 below. Click it, you’ll like it!
It’s one thing to like pop music, quite another to love mariachi pop music.
We thought this mariachi take on “Wake Me Up” by Aviccii was a good exception.
Watch, share and enjoy!
Mariachi image via anja_johnson
Jesus Correa was fast with his camera two weeks ago when he spotted an unidentified flying object south of Mexico City, capturing the OVNI in three separate videos in one day.
…Correa posted the videos on January 12, 2014. He says he caught them earlier in the day. The first two videos show an object floating around the sky during the day. The object appears to be shiny and elliptical. It moves slowly, but unsteadily, as if it may be floating in the wind.
The Daily Show’s Al Madrigal exposes the evil whistleblowing videographers who video animal abuse, blow their little whistles and thereby help the terrorists win. Because who the hell cares how chickens are killed, and pigs stunned and cows bled? [Disclosure: Madrigal also tells tax authorities he is POCHO’s Migrant Editor.]