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Eight things that don’t necessarily capture the spirit of celebrating Cinco de Mayo:


8. Taking Friday off to watch a DVD marathon of the works of Latina adult-film star Sativa Rose.


7. Organizing a Chupacabra hunt with your fellow online wizards from the sci-fi chat room.


6. Participating in a wet T-shirt contest to win a “I Got Stinko on Cinco” tequila-promo ball cap.


5. Building a wall between Taco Bell and Burger King with your neighborhood militia.


4. Creating the tallest Tecate beer-can pyramid in your dorm.


3. Playing Wall of Voodoo’s “Mexican Radio” 2,006 times on your car stereo while driving through Holladay.


2. Eating five items at every State Street taco stand during your lunch break.


1. Fingiendo que realmente puede leer esto para aparecer el tipo más multicultural en la oficina.

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