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Growing up on generic good. Off brand cereal was the most common followed by junk food such as cookies, chips, and soda. 95% of the time they tasted exactly the same as the brand foods, every once in a while though you were in for a untasty surprise. I met broke families that thought they were too good for off brand goods, we weren't brought up like this though, at my house we ate everything no matter what the brand was. I even wore off brand clothes from the flea market, every kid in my elementary class came from a...

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Goosebumps books, they were the phenomenon of the 90's and every nerdy kid had to have them. I believe I was in grade school when I picked up and finished reading my first Goosebumps book. In all honesty, the bold cover art is what initially drew me towards the books, especially that neon green slime font. I remember I read approximately the first 35-40 books (there's hundreds of them), I would check them out at the school library and at the public library, I couldn't get enough of them as cheesy as they were. Now as an adult every time...

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"En el camino se puede ver quien es quien, unos te ayudan otros te meten el pie..." I grew up on banda music! I've never hidden it or been ashamed of it.  Anyway, Banda Carnaval was one of those up and coming bandas a few years ago that went picking up steam and eventually signed with a major label and now they're one of the top groups around. It's cools to see how far they've come. They're mostly known for their ballads but recently they've been throwing in more corridos and they sound badass!

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Insert Homer Simpson drooling GIF here! Hardcore food porn for sure. I love pan! I could eat it for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. If asked to (hypothetically of course) I could easily give up soda, juice, pastries, fast food, candy, chips, and any other "bad" food but I'm not too sure I could completely give up pan dulce.

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When the only care in the world was playing soccer; at recess, during lunch, and after school. If we couldn't find a ball anything round would do and any bundled up sweaters, buckets, or pieces of trash would do just fine as goal posts. No one had or even owned soccer cleats and the balls we used weren't made by Nike or Adidas, they were cheap flea market soccer balls our parents had bought for five buck$. None of that mattered, these sweaty Mexican kids just wanted to play. I firmly believe that if our parents had had the money...

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