"El Haragan" is a mexican rock band from mexico city which includes a lot of meaningful lyrics about life and its dangers. It is in spanish and heard by most people who heard it in Mexico during the 80's or around there.
1. People who enjoy El Haragan will also enjoy Liran Roll, Interpuesto, El Tri, and various other bands.
2. Have you heard that song by El Haragan? It means a lot to me.
Word used mainly by a group of guys mocking one person from the group dress to fancy or over dressed and/or who stands out as being the trouble maker of the group
"Damn el Trivilin has arrived"
"That foo is el Trivilin tonite"
A fan of the Mexico national soccer team. He or she will have a strong passion for Mexican soccer, but will also however incorrectly feel that Mexico is on par with world class nations such as Brazil and Italy. Will have a strong hatred for the United States national soccer team and, despite several recent losses to the US, he will still feel that Mexico is far superior.
Do those spazzicans seriously think they are as good as Brazil?
Diverse town in southern California, mostly famous for Camp Pendleton, the marine base, and the San Luis Rey Mission.
Oceanside can either be really nice or really ghetto- depending where you live. The more well-off people tend to live in Ivey Ranch, Mission Mesa, Fire Mountain, Ocean Hills, and the homes near the El Camino Country Club. As for Deep Valley, Eastside, South Oside, or Tri City...well, those are the areas you want to avoid late at night.
Oceanside is actually very beautiful, and contains a nice community college, MiraCosta, an old drive-in theater in The Valley, a country club, a bike trail, a mission, and several bars and businesses along Coast Highway. Great place to visit.
I'm bored, what should we should do?
Let's go chill in Oceanside, CA. There's always something to do out there.
Pride based on a people who have so much to be proud of. There is so much cultural richness in Mexican culture to be proud of: food, music, dance, ceremonies, work ethic, family values. Mexican pride means having pride in enchiladas, guacamole, pozole, mole, tamales, churros, raspados, salsas, tortillas, beans, caldo, champurrado, atole, nopales, etc. It means being proud of Mariachi, banda, norteñas, corridos, rancheras, folklórico, danzas prehispanicas, and all the rhythm that flows through our veins. One celebrates el Dia de los Muertos, las Posadas, la Navidad, El grito, Dia de los reyes. The proud Mexican is a hard worker, who values family, respectfulness, hospitality, simplicity, and bravery. Mexican pride involves loving the Tri-color flag of green, white and red. A proud Mexican knows what the flag color stands for and the historical basis of the Eagle on the cactus eating the snake. A proud Mexican knows and loudly sings "Mexicanos al Grito de Guerra" at Soccer events. Finally, a proud Mexican has an unwavering faith and love for his country. Although the government may not be handling the country properly, the proud Mexican understands that he/she loves where he/she came from because it is a beautiful place.
The individual who loves and is proud of the country of Mexico has a great deal of Mexican pride
new world latin america pan idenity or Latino for short, is an individual whose culture or blood is derived from the romance world, in other words of south european/iberian orgin. all latino counries share similar past, culture, iberian heritage, history, Independence, & influences..which are found to make these new world nations to be like brothersmore...
latinos are a complex set of peoples of diverse origins, whose main origins are Europeans, Amerindians, Africans, and others in that order. However, the largest majorities are not "pure" peoples but mixed, in which the mestizo (Euro-native american mix) is the numerous majority in the Hispanic American world, while criollos (pure euro Iberians) are the 2nd largest population after, tri-racials and mullatos are quite numerous in the Caribbean, and the South Americans northern coasts too. However, in matter of identity, Latin Americans are nationalistic, and identify themselves more with the country they live than with abstract races and people from overseas.
for most Latin Americans and Latinos the concept of mestizaje (mixed)— the blending of two or more cultures to produce a third — is so fundamental a part of identity as to be "like breathing."
north america: Mexico
central america: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras,
south america: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela
caribbean: puerto rico, cuba, dominican republic