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    Quote Originally Posted by BlessedbyHorus View Post
    Mexico alcohol is among my FAVORITES. Yall Mexicans know how to make alcohol


    Aztecs were prob getting crazy drunk. @Celph Titled @a_garcia49 do you two drink Tequilas?

    Coronas are also my favorite beer.
    LOL, in Aztec society, if you got drunk from the alcohol, you were killed as punishment.

    I drink it occasionally, depending on my mood, I'll drink Cazadores if being cheap, Don Julio Anejo for a good taste, and Don Julio 1942 for sipping quality flavor.

    For the most part, I tend to drink more Gin and Bourbon though lol.

    Regarding my favorite Mexican beers, it is between Victoria, Negra Modelo, or Indio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daven View Post
    That's why I like to troll some them by saying they stole mofongo from us.

    In the DR we are not like that. We know tostones, pernil and arroz isn't only Dominican.

    There was a time this boricua girl DM me a link of a Puerto Rican blog stating pasteles is a dish originally from them LMAO. I was like, girl is not that serious. Venezuelans, Cubans and Dominican have their own versions too and there's nothing wrong with that LOL.

    I am nacionalista myself (like most of us anyways) but no way I'm going to start arguing about food. It's fucking ridiculous. I always see SOME on Dominican pages making comments implying we copied their arroz con guandules, like seriously
    you are not on the nationalist level that I am then, because I have even fought against Peruvians on YouTube who claimed they could handle chile peppers a lot better than Mexicans


    what about this sandwich? I always see Dominicans, Puerto Ricans, Colombians, Ecuadorans and Venezuelans claim it as theirs


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    I made one of those last Sunday. Actually, it was two Sunday is my cheating day. The one when I can eat whatever I want if somebody was wondering LMAO.

    I never saw that sandwich in the DR until recently. Same thing here in NYC and that with all the Puerto Rican, Dominican and even Cuban influence we have here. So very likely that dish originated in either Colombia or Venezuela. My guess would be Venezuela though. They seem to be more heavily into cachapas and stuff. They run most of those businesses here in fact. Dominicans are starting to copy a lot from them opening their own btw. (don't worry, we give credit ).

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