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  • Rabid_Clam
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    This is the holiday where the French brought their national flag to North America, the all white one. As with everything esle the French started (suez canal, Panama Canal, Viet Nam war, WWI, WWII and other things) the USA has to finish it for them.

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  • NakedTao
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    Cinco de Mayo is the second holiday most associated with excessive drunkenness, after St. Pat's Day. However, anyone who has taken Spanish class knows the history behind the holiday (Battle of Puebla).

    In the spirit of the holiday:
    Feliz Cinco de Mayo, mis amigos desnudos.

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  • shãybare
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    Yes, it is the Mexican Independence day. It celebrates the defeat of the French Army by the Mexicans at the Battle of Puebla in 1862.

    Now on a lighter note. It could not have been much of a battle. It was the French, after all. The French were surrendering at the first shot. All the French Officers were resigning on the spot. They began dressing themselves up as women because they knew they were fixing to get scr-wed.

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  • nacktman
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    I'm sorry but what is Cinco De Mayo?


    Cinco de Mayo is the 5th of May! (Literally)

    Oh, and it's celebrated in Mexico as Independence Day.
    In the U.S. it's just a excuse to get ripped and have a party!
    The biggest parties are at the Irish Pubs ... go figure?

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  • EMO pioneer
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    Im sorry but what is Cinco De Mayo?

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  • Ken Palmer
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    I would like to wish everyone who will be observing Cinco De Mayo tomorrow a happy and safe celebration and hope all with go smooth and free of any controversy and danger in light of the current state of affairs revolving around the immigration issues. Enjoy the day and the occasion in other words!

    Ken Palmer

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  • Ken Palmer
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    Cinco De Mayo!

    I would like to wish everyone who will be observing Cinco De Mayo tomorrow a happy and safe celebration and hope all with go smooth and free of any controversy and danger in light of the current state of affairs revolving around the immigration issues. Enjoy the day and the occasion in other words!

    Ken Palmer
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