National Tequila Day

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Where To Throw Back Booze For National Tequila Day

24 July 2013 | 10:11 pm Today is National Tequila Day, and to that we say ole! Here are some spots where you can find a good cocktail to celebrate. [ more ]

Americans Celebrate National Tequila Day

24 July 2013 | 9:14 pm Move over Earth Day! Hit the bricks Arbor Day! Today is a holiday that you will want to remember, but that you will most likely forget: National Tequila Day! Tequila is one of the fastest growing spirit markets in the

It's National Tequila Day 2013! Here's a Step-by-Step Guide to Celebrating

24 July 2013 | 7:00 pm You're at work, doing whatever you do at work… …when you stumble upon this gem of info: Today, July 24, is National Tequila Day. The only problem? Brace…

<b>National Tequila Day</b> Best Margaritas In New York City – Business <b>…</b>

24 July 2013 | 7:51 pm It's National Tequila Day, which means you have a few solid hours to imbibe in tequila shots or creative tequila cocktails before sleeping it off ahead of work tomorrow. For those of you who prefer your tequila shaken up in a

Grab the Salt, It's <b>National Tequila Day</b> – Baristanet | Baristanet

24 July 2013 | 4:30 pm It's National Tequila Day and in honor of the distilled drink made from the blue agave plant, we've put together a round up of Tequila-based cocktails for you to enjoy today.

Go Make These 3 Drinks &amp; 4 Shots for <b>National Tequila Day</b> | The <b>…</b>

24 July 2013 | 3:19 pm Happy National Tequila Day, everyone. Get your pistolas loaded, go out and make these drinks in honor of the liquor that makes your night go from zero to 'Ay Carumba' in a matter of shots. Whether you're sipping back on a

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4 Responses to National Tequila Day

  • Alex says:

    Why Are Mexicans So Racist? PLEASE READ BEFORE ANSWERING. I’m Irish, and I lived in Mexico for a few years, (due to my fathers job) and people would always call me a “gringo” which is a racial slur for Americans, even the teachers. And the other kids would make fun of me calling me white, freckle face, and a bunch of things in Spanish until I’d get mad and I’d punch them and then I’d get suspended for days. And another time, this kid punched me right in front of a teacher and she didn’t care, she just said, we will deal with it later, so I punched the kid and he fell and I got suspended again. That is just ONE EXAMPLE, I can’t possibly put all the times they have done this. Even my friends, when they got mad at me they would say racist things. LITERALLY there has not been one Mexican person who I HAVE MET that hasn’t been racist/offensive. I don’t hate all Mexicans, I haven’t met all of them.

    And they weren’t just racist towards me, they would say things like “oooooooooo americans are so racist towards us blah blah blah” and then I say look whos talking and they dont realize it. Throughout all of my middle school years (I lived in mexico starting middle school and I left when I finished) they were racist towards black people, white people, middle eastern people. I swear to god.

    Now I’m not judging because of a school, but a whole city, and I lived in an upper class area.

    Has anyone else experienced this?
    I find it very annoying/mean that no one cares about people being racist towards white people. I mean saying “mexicans just like to do that” is fcked up. What if I said, “white people just like to say that (the n word) it would be extremely offensive and it would be on the news”. And both the statements are offensive EQUALLY offensive.

    • Curator says:

      You are absolutely correct. They are all totally RACIST. However, I want to qualify that with a bit of a caveat. They are not racist because it is YOU, in particular, that they find alien/foreign/gringo. Their racist and xenophobia are caused by the relatively homogenous (people are all of the same race or background) environment in which they were raised. Because they seldom interact with people who are not of their same race or cultural background, they develop a shorthand in their own language for those who are other/different from them. While, for the most part, they assume that those who hear their use of “gringo” or other terms do not understand that these comments are interpreted as disparaging to those who hear (and understand them), they have no alternative term in their native language to refer to “outsiders”.

      Be consoled, dear friend, that this is not only a phenomenon among Mexicans, but is a condition common to other South American and Asian countries. I myself have been called offensive (to my ears) terms to my face, either with or without knowledge from the speakers perspective that I understood this term to be offensive.

      If you reflect upon it, this kind of racist language probably happens less frequently than normal, civilized interaction. If this happens on a daily basis, however, I would be RIGHTEOUSLY pissed off and make it my mission in life to put these racist b@st@rds in their place. Granted, I have told off several people regarding insensitive use of language, it tends to be older (less educated) individuals who are responsible for the majority of the insult. Assume that, among the younger or more friendly individuals, it is more of a term of familiarity than insult. * at least half of the time it will be true.

      RE: Foreigners notions of American racism…. this is ENTIRELY based on the movies they watch. Face it, 95% of the people you interact with daily do not KNOW an actual American personally; they have no interaction (positive or negative) with American nationals and THUS, entirely base their opinion upon Hollywood movies. If you turn this around on Mexicans, I suppose the typical US response would be that they are lazy, Sombrero wearing, Siesta taking, Tequila drinking, border jumping savages. All thanks to FOX NEWS, Hollywood movies, etc.

      Take it with a grain of salt, friend, you are NOT alone.

    • Curator says:

      Yes, are you kidding? Of course I knew this…. A tequila aficionado such as myself would not be so unpatriotic as to not recognize and celebrate such a wonderful day! I even get reminded!

      This is an email I received this morning from my favorite Mexican restaurant: (….hehehe…)

      For Members Of Our Customer Reward Program

      It’s National Margarita Day!

      And to celebrate, we’re serving
      Top Shelf Shaker Margaritas (Served in a drink mixer (shaker) to pour straight up with fresh lime juice and a top-brand tequila)
      for only $5 all day long!

      Offer valid February 22, 2011 only

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