Happy throwback Thursday from 2012!
He ain’t lying my dad is Mexican and my mom is Cuban and the differences in the Spanish between both of them is wild lol
My novia speaks Spanish, but Cubans talk so fast and words pronounced a little different accent wise.
@telepathicmagicshop yea, but I'm Scottish 🏴
@D'Aubigny it’s not that bad you know…
Mom + Cuban is a really nightmare combination
I am Brazilian and, even though we don't speak Spanish (we speak Portuguese), we are latinos as well and we share the same passion and the same cultural traits our hispanic neighbors do! Whenever I feel homesick here in the US, I go to a Mexican/Latino grocery store and buy my beans, rice and leite moça (La lechera) to make my brigadeiro. I always feel more at home around my latino friends. I can feel the warmth and compassion only latinos can provide. Love you, my Latino South American/Central American/Mexican friends ❤ Btw, we also come in every color of the rainbow, from Gisele Bundchen to Pelé and that's what makes our latino people so beautiful 😍
@James Darter dang lol clueless much lmao
Brazil has one of the HIGHEST black populations in the Latin World by far. You have from German looking Brazilians to Brazilians that make Sudanese African people look like light skinned compared to some Black Brazilians. :)
I live in southern CA- here there are many Brazilians married to Mexicans. We are very close to Mexico and the Brazilians I know love traveling there because it reminds them of home. My husband (Brazilian) goes often and doesn’t come back for hours- he eats all day at the taco stands and even found a Brazilian churrascaría that he loves. 🤣 We are all brothers and sisters at the end of the day and have many things in common. ♥️
@G.T. R. Vai chorar, filhote? 😎
Not true. We hispanics reject you.
As a non-Hispanic resident of South Fl, he ain't lying about Cuban cafe. Mayne, you wanna talk about liquid crack? That jawn had me wired asf. I was good to go for my whole shift.
It's the way we make it in all Europe. It's called an espresso. It's not just an infusion of coffee but high pressure boiling water runing through big amount of coffee
Costa Rican coffee is way better
That honestly sounds awesome though.
I’ve never seen such a Floridian comment
me: *smiles at the Mexican impression* Guys, Gabriel ain't lying about Mexicans sounding high, dragging it out. Trust me on this. My dad, his siblings, his dad (my grandpa), and my grandma (my mom's mom) are Mexicans from Mexico. I have heard my dad or one of his two brothers speaking like that to their Spanish-speaking friends. it was that accurate. Shout out to Mexican families or Hispanics from Mexican households. I'm a Hispanic so don't sue me if I side with the Mexicans. My dad and his siblings are residents in Texas. I also like the other Spanish-speaking Latinos. The other Latinos are awesome and cool in their own way.
@Pinkdew1 Norteñas (Northern Mexican Spanish, Tejano Spanish) sounds softer but more-clear like Colombians speaking spanish and there's urban and rural. Rural areas is more polite, closer you get to built-up areas (Monterrey, Reynosa, McAllen to San Antonio) you hear cabrón (bro) and güey (dude) a lot more.
In Texas, Tejanos speak that way at the beginning/greeting but it does speed up to normal, it's not Cheech and Chong the entire conversation. I'm a gringo trained TexMex (Espangles con mi familia)
Mexicans litteraly hablan like they’re always drunk which is true, their accent is just the way un borracho would speak
Also known as being born with 47 cromosomes
Dude. As a total gringo who grew up in a mostly-Mexican town in rural Oregon (with several abuelas of my friends who adopted me), you’re funny as hell. Saludos desde Oregon 😄
@I Exist Somehow i didnt ask you. and yes it is when my entire city is full of muslims and romanians
@shay not the same thing at all
@Vaccine Junkie i feel the same here in the uk with all the romanians coming over lmao
@Greg Walker I never knew there were Mexicans in Oregon until my stepmother started going there often to visit family. She is from Michoacán and said that practically her whole town is in Oregon!
@Ray Ironía de la Sátira.
He's spot on about Cubans and us Puerto Ricans coming in all colors. People make the mistake of thinking hispanics are all brown.
Its sad and disappointing when people don't know why there are black people in Central America. The Indigenous people were mostly exterminated and Africans were imported for slave labour to fill the labour void. Both groups of people endured horrible conditions.
I swear some Cubans and Puerto Ricans look much darker than many of the Africans living in Central Africa. Dominica is seriously color prejudice as well. I knew a Kenyan that visited there and many were mean towards him and not so friendly, until he started telling people he was a tourist from Kenya and not a Haitian. I assumed by looking at him people assumed he was from Haiti.
@Touchy issues The Caribbean blacks were never enslaved. I am from Honduras and the Garifunas from my land have lived free always. They escaped from the enslaver ships and make their living in the Caribbean (Colon, La Mosquitia).
That is true about every country though .....
@Lunky Straydog *Nuevo León
Whenever fluffy is on stage and the camera point out to martin, u know their connection is so genuine because martin looks so proud of his friend, everyone should have that kind of friendship! Like dude!!! That's real friendship goals!!!!
asking for a bigger cup of coffe was the most american thing you could do lmao
@Raymundo Gonzalez Chuc There 7.5 billion people on this planet. We are bound to have the same experience as someone else. Get over yourself.
That story is originally from Ralphie May... so sad Fluffy steal jokes
Dude this guy is like a comedy genius. There's no way in hell you could keep a streight face while listening to his stuff.
"Vaya con dios" means "go with God" which literally is saying 'Farewell" *I LITERALLY DIED THAT MOMENT* Edit: fixing capitalization mistake
Same bro 😂
@La cucaracha I never asked but i guess, thanks
Every good stories always starts with "Martin and I"
@Tyrell Williams that is not true
I almost ran over a man I don’t give a fuck what he is
@Ant- Rod2 lol admit y’all only got Texas bc your ancestors immigrated there illegally 😂🤣🤣
Save martin at any cost
Love that dude can make jokes about different nationalities without insulting them, pretty much straight facts 😂🤣🤷🏻♂️
When he said “that is the only way they can do that swim” It felt wrong but I died laughing 🤣🤣🤣
For every other Latino, mis hermano, he was narrating an experience he had in Florida in this case, which explains why he mainly mentioned 🇨🇺🇵🇷🇩🇴. Most Latinos over there are either Cubans, Dominicans or Boricuas. Mayormente los cubiches
@tpsy turvy Not in Miami and Orlando.
Or in Immokalee its Mexican amd Guatemalan, a little agri-town in south Fla.
Lots of Venezuelans and Colombians too.
I think he’s so funny 😂 u go fluffy ♥️ 🇲🇽
Gabriel: “How many Latinos are in the crowd?” Crowd: “Yes”
You mean "sí"
I love you fluffy
Italian people do not identify as " Latin" people. First off, Italians don't speak Latin.
And what about, Argentinians, Peruvians, Guatemalans, Chileans, Colombians, and so on...he needs four more hours to do that stand up...well done by the way.
@King Of Hell Oh well, I don't think you're that smart, since you replied to someone who never referred to you and the worst part is that you are speaking for someone who made a xenophobic comment. Like what are you doing here? XD
@King Of Hell look at you, how smart
@Bernardo VC I think it is you who doesn't feel identified, standing up for Peruvians.. 😂🤡
@King Of Hell Well, put your advice into practice, I just left a comment and left, but here we are, with you answering me. If you don't feel identified, go away then
@Bernardo VC Like I said, if you don't like it don't watch...
Que crack este bro...contar chiste en inglés y español y aun así ser gracioso.👏👏👏😂😂😂🇸🇻🇸🇻🇸🇻
El Salvador 🤢
You add a little sunshine and laughter to my day dear fluffy! I love your episodes from British Columbia Canada
This made my day. From explaining how Cubans and Puerto Ricans range from white to black. Describing Cubans as serious lol and the caffeinated swim lmao We all need a little comic relief nowadays.
Idiots laugh at anything.
Oh you thought they were actually going to count themselves ? 😂 😂 This is only an hour show
@Hinadaii In my case it's "sim"
@YoungLilDD Heka b. V vv
@kaxapa luna There's no unifying term, los gringos will never understand how big and complicated it is. Even "Latin America" doesn't make sense since EE UU is like the 5th largest Spanish-speaking country. Vivio en Texas, many people there prefer to use the term Tejano instead of Hispanic/Spanish-speaking-descent or Latino. It's the Spanish equivalent of being asked "where did you descend from" and you answer back "Virginia".
Hey Gabriel, Please do all latino accents. You were excellent one the ones you did. Great work.
As one who has been raised by cowboy coffee….hearing Fluffy drink a whole bowl of Cuban coffee made me wince!!!
Fluffy every time I hear u, u make my ribs hurt and i cry alot, all in good, U make me feel good down to my soul. Tou are awesome.
This is so funny, loved it!! 🤣🤣
Honestly, the Latin American family is very mixed. There are latinos that look totally Asian, others look like europeans and others that are black. You can be confuse in any way.
Right?! I'm Latina, Mexican-American, and I have always been told by my family that I look Filipino.
Hollywood at it again confusing the masses . Why cant people just say their Nation were their parents came from why Use Latino ? It stupid and annoying Being generalized under a term .
@VanderWall Stronghold No, not Filipinos. Filipinos are NOT Latinos and to my knowledge never migrated in significant numbers to Latin America. The Filipinos are Malay. There were mainly Chinese and Japanese immigrants, however, that migrated to Latin America. For instance, Cuba had a large Chinese migration and Peru had a lot of Japanese move there.
@KooriAkuma funny how you’re generalizing every white person
I met a ginger Puerto Rican once.
Love this guy he's so funny. He doesn't hold back at all. Wish I saw him live.
Thats what I love about Latinos. Their different traditions, skin complexion, and dialects.
That was amazing! 👊🤣 You know, I really don't understand why Gabriel, George and Cheech haven't talked about doing a Latino version of "Harlem Nights" yet?! 🤔 That would definitely become a cult classic!👌😙
Man, I really laughed out loud, thank you!
“You call a Cuban anything but a Cuban, you’re gonna get stabbed.” 😂
Facts. 🤣🤣 🇹🇹🇨🇺🇧🇧
@Rayarena My dad is Swedish(white) and my mom is Cuban (black).
@Deisi666 What is your dad's background?
Hell I’m only half Cuban (on my mother’s side) and when people freely asume I’m a different Latino mix than what I am I get supper offended and it kinda makes me wanna fight that person😄
cr1spy.s0cks@ Cubans coined the name "los tira flechas" [the arrow throwers] for Central and South Americans, because of the indian ancestry. They definitely don't want to be lumped in with Central and South Americans whom they look down on.
As a puertorican THIS IS SO TRUE 😭😭😭
I was throwing a Divorce Party for a friend. My new Cuban neighbors were throwing a party too. So, we combined our party's. I'm not a coffee drinker but they were passing out the tiny mugs of coffee and I didn't want to be rude. I took the drink and just threw it back the next the I realized it that it was 5a.m. everyone went home and I was in my bedroom folding laundry. 🤣
I had a similar experience when my boss took me to a little place near Chicago called The Pita Inn. We got some truly excellent shawarma, and my first Arabic coffee. It's in this little cup, just like that Cuban coffee. And I showed the same sort of "what is this?" reaction to my boss, but he said "trust me, it's enough". Not only is it small, but you have to gently slurp it off the top. Very carefully, because the bottom third of the cup is sediment. The coffee is lovely, sweet, with a hint of some aromatic flower they add to it to give it this wonderful and subtle fragrance. But they make it by pulverizing coffee beans to DUST, then boiling the hell out of it. They wring every last atom of flavor and potency they can get out of it, but there isn't a filter this side of a medical institution that could keep those grounds out of the cup. You'd have to centrifuge it. So they don't try. They pour it, then let it settle for a while, then they bring it out to you, and set it down very carefully to keep from riling it. You only get to drink 2/3-3/4 of the cup because the bottom is packed coffee sludge. I finished it quite easily, and thought I'd want more, it was so good. But my boss, again says "trust me, it's enough". He was RIGHT. I was bouncing off the walls like an icehead given a million dollars to spend on meth. I swear I could watch light move. It's like in Futurama, when Fry has his 100th coffee in a day and transcends space and time.
"I swear I could watch light move" There's something else than coffee in that coffee
As a Cuban I can vouch for every word Fluffy said lol.
"all you have to do is listen to the way the person speaks in spanish" *Laughs in portuguese*
@Zambesu ??? Quem falou que é a mesma língua ?? Falei que era parecido pq o cara ali falou que não tinha nada haver uma com a outra o que está completamente errado...
@Just KaminaDefinitivamente Espanhol: ≈ 93.000 palavras Português: ≈ 435.000 palavras Espanhol: 5 vogais Português: 12 vogais Espanhol: 24 fonemas Português: 34 fonemas
@Joao Victor chega lá no Uruguai falando português pra tu ver se é a mesma língua kakakakak
@you LoL, but as a portuguese speaker that knows basic of spanish like these examples u gave to me it makes it easier for me, they maybe be pronounced different but to know what the person is talking about is not that hard... Futhermore, I didn't say that the languages are completely the same because they're not, as in every language in the world has different vocabulary and words. However, what makes a Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and maybe French understand a bit of each other is the roots from the Latin they have in common, for example I couldn' know the meaning of these words in Spanish but (Ella and Ello) is similar to (Ela and Ele) (Tu maybe is the same as Tú) (Nós is similar to nosotros and nosotras but maybe is used to female or male) see ? Even though the words are written different and spoken differently, I could have an idea of what they're talking about.
ri pra caralho! parabens!
Love your style, brilliant story telling
This is so hilarious! I wish he had included Colombians since there are so many of us in south Florida too. 🇨🇴 😂😂😂😂
kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk muito bom!
I grew up being use to Puerto Rican Spanish. My first time in Mexico, it blew my mind how much slower Mexican people spoke Spanish! 😂😂😂
Try talking to Spaniards lol😂
Yes we think you guys speak too fast, I can’t keep up
@Triple6 Clique U a ghetto expert??
We don't talk slow, it is you who talk fast.
@Janet Rodriguez As far as Mexicans from Mexico, it depends on what part of Mexico. It seems like Mexico City and the southern eastern Coast speak faster. As far as Chicanos from California, and if we even speak Spanish, it tends to be slower, but when I was a kid growing up in the 60s, most of us didn't speak Spanish. Even our parent spoke Spanish as a second language. I know it's hard to believe, but things were very different back then. P.S. Have you heard how fast Selena Quitanilla speaks Spanish, but she had to learn Spanish. I don't know too much about Tejanos, but they have a very very long history in Texas.
Omg my dad!!! 100% accurate Mexican accent 😂
Bro, you make my day every day. QUÉ DIOS TE BENDIGA
Brazil we love you btw. Sorry they didn’t mention you. ❤️🥺🇧🇷
Learning Spanish with fluffy is the best. Lmao
Red bull gives you wings Cuban coffee: it’ll make you swim all the way to the US
@Scooter Mcc cuban rum is fantastic some of the worlds best
@mikehan Lam its just ground coffe like how you would do tea leaves im not sure if im saying that right....
Nah man i think you just walk here on cuban coffe XD
It's the reason sharks don't eat Cubans on their way to the US the coffee is so strong they outswim sharks
Gives them fins
Rei tanto🤣👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻saludos form Baja Sur Mexico.
Fluffy, you are still making us laugh.
Dang I was dead with the "okay?!" parts and yes, you're right about every Latino out there.
Love you for keeping it for real,, there aren't many can do it these days with the PC thing,,, God bless you,, and always keep fighting the good fight👍👍🇺🇸
If you hear someone speaking spanish, and no one understand him, even others Latinos, that dude is Chilean, trust me, Nadie nos entiende
Lol, as my Chilean classmate told me so 🤣 A funny story is that the two of us and a Mexican classmate were chatting in Spanish one day and said something silly, but all of us thought we could go unnoticed because there was no other Spanish speaker around. HOWEVER, there was a Portuguese (and we did not know)! She looked at us in an 'interesting' way and said 'I think I understand...' 😂
Esa wea es muy cierta ql!
@Pablo Céspedes *puertorican and dominican but like facts 😭
Try a Cuban or Puertolican or a Dominucan po!!
Just love your timing. Hope you bring back HUMOR in the era of cancel culture
“I thought the partition was tinted” I died laughing! 😆🤣❤️🤦🏾♂️
Fluffy fluffy fluffy your stories are amazing you are so funny hopefully someday I will get to see you on the big stage you are one of the best👍🏼🤩
I enjoy watching your show.Thank you for making me 😃 today.
That joke about how Spanish people talk is so true especially Puerto Rican’s when they take Spanish it’s like they turn into a rapper
Puerto Ricans have that sprint Spanish. It is funny to watch my wife speak with people from different Spanish speaking origins and compare how they talk. She just shotguns words at them and even native speakers sometimes have to ask her to slow down. But the funniest thing is how often Puerto Ricans just throw in English words with a little Spanish accent like that wasn't an English word. Cracks me up everytime.
@STONE 023 I never said people in Cuba speak Spanish I said they count as Latinos but they don’t speak Spanish I classify (and so does a lot of people I know her in Ohio including Latinos) Spanish people is those where their primary language is Spanish like people from Spain Mexico and Puerto Rico. I said people in Brazil and Cuba are Latino but are Spanish cause their primary language isn’t Spanish. Read my comment better
@STONE 023 I classify Spanish people as one that their nationality is in a country where Spanish is their primary language cause like people from Brazil and Cuba are Latinos but their primary language isn’t Spanish
@- then black people aren’t African americas seeing how they ain’t from Africa
They’re not Spanish as they’re not from Spain
Fluffy out there being amazing. 🥰❤️
He is absolutely the best comedy brilliant,😂
Lucky me I'm Mexican enough to understand the references.. 🇨🇦🇲🇽
We love in Brazil Fluffy!!!!! 💛🇧🇷💚
He: “All you have to do is listen to the way the person is speaking Spanish” Brazil:
@jmpm 2001 What's ,up my hommies i love my people. Guest lana G.
@Rose Gonzales ???
@jmpm 2001 000+000000
@Rogério Penna no
As soon as he said the Cuban cafecito was a tiny shot I instantly thought it's like how we take espressos here in Italy. Just did a little research and found out in fact that it was developed by the first Italian immigrants in Cuba. Then, it became part of the Cuban culture who brought it to Miami. It's incredible how much history we share together.
That was savage! haha I laughed my ass off
I am born Spanish person & yet I am laughing at this hard XD
here i am over a year later and it's still damn funny. :p
My wife ordered a cuban coffee and when she got the shotglass, she also thought it was a joke: "It's because I'm blonde, isn't it? Haha, give the clueless blonde a tiny sip of coffee and charge her full price." She had a sip and her eyes got wide. I couldn't drink a bowl of cuban espresso like Gabriel Iglesias did. I'd start seeing things and then have a heart attack.
that is ignorance :)
@- tf no? Shut up
@Jaguar Memez Latinos are gringo too
When you commit to stupid, you cant half-ass it you gotta pull trough
He’s such a good comedian and mostly clean humor.
You're awesome Fluffy love you bro you're funny af and you actually understand culture that's what I love about you so many white people don't think you're funny meaning the ones I've talked to before but I've said you're a really nice guy I've actually met for two seconds at a prank show you did at Haha Comedy Cafe and you didn't really know me at all but took a pic with me and my ex friend so yeah super tough but awesome memory you're still awesome though she was white yes LOL
The funniest part is when the waiter said "Vayos con Dios"!
Son unos de los mejores ViSiTsMe.UnO los mortales abian apreciado tan hermosa mujer Megan: ''Hotter'' Hopi: ''Sweeter'' Joonie: ''Cooler'' Yoongi: ''Butter'' Senada: ''Hermoso.'' Amor. ''Momentos.'' Jamas.: ''Corazon.'' Habara.: ''Sostengo. .'' Son unos de los mejores conciertos, no puede ir pero de tan solo verlos desde pantalla, se que estuvo sorprendente. hay nomas pa ra reirse un rato y no estar triste y estresado por la vida dura que se vive hoy.. Tu..belleza.viaja.al.universo.se.reune.con.estrellas. y.luceros...tu.mirada.enamora.al.sol.....tu.hermosura.quedara.por..una.eternidad.en.los.corazonede. tus.admiradores......feliz Navidad.y.noche.buena....mis.respeto.para.todas.las.mujes.del.mundo...saludos..al.fin.del.mundo. ..
How to find if your Latino is Brazilian. He is the only Latino that doesn't speak Spanish. LOL
@Thiago Sundfeld I'm American (since I was born in Virginia), Hispanic and Latino. My mother was Uruguayan. My father was born in Uruguay, but grew up in Argentina where his family was from. I'm Latino, since my parents were Latinos, even though I've always lived in the USA, not counting three months as a child visiting relatives in Argentina, Uruguay and Peru (where my father's parents were missionaries) and three weeks in Uruguay in 1998. I don't need to live in Latin America to qualify as Latino -- my parents being from South America make me Latino no matter where I live.
@João Pedro Peixoto As a fellow Brasilian I agree with u. Let's just leave the Latino culture yk. Let them do whatever they wanna do. I personally never felt welcome by fellow Latinos. Nobody ever considered me a Latino. We may live in Latin America and soeak Latin language but I'll just remove myself from the title. Im a proud Brasilian
@Kiko Javier Guzman Portuguese is a Latin language
@Xeph03 You are severely wrong. Spanish is NOT spoken in Brazil. According to the Brazilian institute of geography and statistics, something around 400.000 brazilians speak spanish out of more than 210 million population. Brazilians DO NOT descended from Aztecs and Mayans. The majority of brazilians descended from european, African and specific indigenous tribes as Guarani and Pataxó. The second most spoken language in Brazil is German but people don't go around claiming brazilians speak german. Brazilians (in general) can understand some spanish due to the similarities between the two languages, but that doesn't mean Spanish is vastly spoken in the country. Stereotypes and misconceptions usually don't match the reality.
@Ludwig Wittgenstein Latino is short for latinoamericano, that literally means a person born in Latin America and speaks a language derived from latin. Brazilians are indeed Latinos. Latino and hispanic are two separate things.
Hahaha, me lembrou dos jornalistas tirando sarro dos copinhos na copa de 2014, mas é a mesma coisa.
I'm half Swiss half Venezuelan. Moved to the states years ago from Switzerland, started talking to this Puerto Rican lady... when she found out I could speak Spanish, she unloaded this barrage of words so fast without stopping for 5 minutes straight, I had a hard time keeping up. 😂 I was like "WTF, who speaks like that?" 🤣
I love how they shout and whistle every time he just says a random word in Spanish
Omg I loved it. You rock 👏
Both my parents are Cubans... I remember starting to drink coffee when I was like two or three... everything you said about Cubans and Coffee is correct!!
Cuban coffee gots nothing on me.
@Xerdar36 That too? Damn... sorry bro
@Lycanrocknroll You mean… sugar? LOL
They let you indulge in an addicting substance at 2 or 3 years old?
Mhm! Started drinking coffee at around 4 or 5 it’s no joke with us Cubans 😂
Lo de boricua le quedó perfecto jajajajaaj omg nice one
Me encantó jajajaja
Fluffy!!! Your hilarious 😆
Thank you for not calling us "latinxs", I've been starting to feel ofended by that word :D
Yea I was surprised and thankful that it wasn’t spelled that way
I agree 100%
But I agree it sucks and is unnecessary
This was before the existence of that word
“(Speaks spanish)” 11/10 subtitles.
It's the 4th most used language in the world. Just learn it lmao.
Si todos aquí hablan español.... Porque escribir en inglés? I mean, is gracioso
"WEEELLLLLL YOU KNOW DUUUUDE rough translation
1:17 I think he said "Vos tu sabes wey"
I’m Argentine and I didn’t understand a single word of what he said in Puerto Rican accent lmao
Maravilloso, me hiciste reír! Gracias. Please make up something about South Americans. Chile, Argentina, Uruguay... Etc
I just listen to my dad and his side of my family when I need a reminder about how Guatemalans speak Spanish (I never managed to learn much myself).
I'm Puerto Rican and I made the same mistake with the coffee. The coffee was so good and then my heart starts racing lol!
Oh man 🤣🤣🤣 I gotta hand It to Gabriel's Multilingual skills and figuring it out last second and all I would've had such a hard time figuring stuff out from the language barrier it wouldn't have been funny at all
I do NOT understand why this has so many thumbs down - Fluffy is the absolute funniest - 👌 You are loved & appreciated Mr. Fluffington!!! 😘😘😘😘
I LOVE being a Latina. Soy orgullosa de toda mi jente Latina. Show your love.
Throughout my life I’ve been called “guerra” or “China” And like I was confused at first but then I learn all Latin’s are basically mixed. But I question if I’m Latin or Hispanic, both of my parents are Mexican (from Zacatecas) and I was born in the U.S. I never knew how to label myself and my mom always told me that we’re Mexican and Mexican only and saying that we aren’t mixed. But from backgrounds Latinos are known to be mixed raced with everything. And people tell me I look Asian from my eyes but white because of my skin and they told me if I go to an Asian country I could pass as one of them but none of my family members are Asian but I’ve seen many Latinos who have Asian eyes or look Asian, so I thought it might be from our ancestors but then again my mom would say “No, only Mexican” when she herself doesn’t look like the stereotype of Mexican women. So I’ve just been confused my whole life.
Hi there! I was born and raised in Chicago, but my family is also from Zacatecas! 😊🇲🇽 We are Latinos because Mexico is part of Latin America and Hispanic because Mexico is a Spanish speaking country. The majority of Mexicans are mixed, we are a combination of Native American and Spanish aka “Mestizos” and a bunch of other stuff. I also get called güero because I’m very pale and have hazel eyes, some of my family members even have blonde hair and blue eyes. The reason why we’re so white is because Zacatecas had a higher percentage of European immigrants than other Mexican states due to the mines located here that were rich in silver. I took one of those Ancestry DNA tests and I’m Native American, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and French. By the way, there’s a famous Mexican singer Ana Gabriel who is of Chinese descent and Mexico’s first president was Black. Mexicans and Latinos in general are literally every race, we are some of the most mixed people on earth 😂
This guy is the shit. He inspired me to be the white version, I should write some white jokes. I love how he educates us about Latino culture and teaches us a few words and phrases in Spanish.
“You call a Cuban anything but a Cuban you’re gonna get stabbed” and THATS on pissed abuelas
@Eros Delorenzi not all Cubans are like that,get your ignorant ass back to the circus.
@oskrrr92 camila cabello aint tho
Eros Delorenzi gracias papo 🥰🥰🥰
@ur mom I've worked with Cubans. Man yall are something!
@ur mom bro he can't see your response, John..
Vine pensando en mejorar mi Inglés, y terminé mejorando mi español ¡jajajajaj!
1:11 that part got me XD
that' s so funny man, Latino comedy really is something
La parte del café que los brasileños entendemos jajajaja nuestro café es como el cubano, extremadamente fuerte en la taza pequeña. Lo llamamos "cafezito negro".
"That's the only way cubans can make that swim." I damned near fell out of my chair.
@vdenise And by farther, we're talking like 70 miles, MAYBE.
Same 😂 😂 😂 😂 😂 DEAD
Bryant E lmfao I basically died
@Keith Montoya now they do get deported... lol
Don’t you just wanna hug fluffy. He is so adorable. 🐻 🐨.
This video has been legitimately approved by a Cuban. I loved it!
I enjoyed this thanks. Funny and informative.
I learn so much from this. Now I know that if you order a familiar looking drink in another country and its small, you take it as it is or get fucked up XD
"That is the only way Cubans can make that swim!!!" That is way funnier than the crowd ga him credit for. That's HILARIOUS!!!
@Nathan Duarte You speak the truth!!!
Personally I don’t think is funny at all.
Watch the movie Una Noche and you’ll understand
@Nathan Duarte aww now it's not as funny anymore
@GGigabiteM yes my dad had to do this. I am extremely Thankful he made it to fl safe unlike many others who have lost their lives through the years. Fuera El comunismo. VIVA CUBA LIBRE!