We celebrate in our Spanish class. Food, crafts, and fun! Mmm... quesadillas and empanadas! Although, the empanadas are native of Chile and not Mexico, they're good all the same.
To my knowledge, it's not a widely celebrated holiday in any other country. It's similar to a country's independence day, etc. I would suspect if people of Mexican descent were in another country, they would still observe the holiday.
I like it!
Besides the little spanish partys in school back in the day, i dont see anyone celebrating Cinco de Mayo around town. I know alot of spanish speaking areas celebrate this and take part in alot of festives.
usually cinco de mayo is just an excuse to get drunk in america. . . god bless the mexicans beating the french
I'm celebrating with some good ol' Tequila! Happy Cinco de Mayo everyone! It's the Mexican St. Patty's day!
I'm still confused...what exactly is cinco de mayo? I know it's a mexican holiday but the origins?
happy mexican day ......
Cinco de Mayo = 5th of May = May 5th
Spanish is fun.
I live in Arlington, TX and my schools is closed, they celebrate Cinco de Mayo here, yay! ^.^
I live about 15 minutes from the boarder and about 20 minutes from Tijuana.
Even the old retired people from Germany down the street are celebrating.
I think it's a worldwide thing, for people who are educated about it.
That still doesn't mean we can't drink to celebrate it.
Cinco de mayo sounds like fun but too bad I can't drink beer...I dislike the taste of beer. It's so bitter...
soundslike a cool holiday. i wonder why i never see anything like that over where i am, in fact i dont see much celebration of anything just "peace people" argue with school systems about muslim holidays. and muslims are like its ok you can celebrate christmas in front of our kids but the "peace people" dont listen and make schools with no celebration.