Only in the U.S., is May 5th a bigger deal than it is in Mexico.
@Pervy Sage Jiraiya, especially if you live in a city with a large Hispanic population (like I do)
@Pervy Sage Jiraiya, it’s true I’m Mexican and I’ve never once celebrated cinco de Mayo I always thought of it as a holiday white people celebrated so they could eat guacamole
@The Unknowns, it’s literally an excuse to eat Mexican food and drink.
@The Unknowns, Baw-hahahahaha! You made me literally lol!!! :-)
@J3ster, "I Need an Excuse to Drink in the Springtime AGAIN" Day
@SimonPetrikov, and because they can't pronounce "dieciséis de septiembre"
Needs better punctuation, but +1 for original Twilight Zone series reference always.
@nate930, the punctuation is off because this isn’t the twilight zone, it’s the SCARY DOOR
It was named after the crown-like form it has