Something that costs one quarter the price, but takes four times as long (or four times the number of people) to do; Paid by the hour, not paid by the task; not motivated by extra pay for completion of tasks, working slower to get more money by working longer (hourly wage earner). Communist: someone who thinks the State should provide for all.
Pseudo-American, Pseudo-Aztec, Pseudo-Spanish
Fools who undercut their own professions just to exist in a certain place, who live hand-to-mouth just to see tomorrow there, and who have way-to-many kids because they are Catholic (even though French-Canadians are Catholic, and they have a method of family planning which doesn't contradict their religious values and allows them to space their pregnancies and preplan their family size.)
People whose main concern is the banal aspects of life: food, drink, sex, and whom do not visit the library and read or try to get ahead in the white-man's world, illiterate and somehow smug about it, thinking perhaps whites are all ruthless, and mexicans are all care-bears
Don't buy the mexican weed, because even though it's cheaper to buy a bigger amount, it won't get you as high because it's of poorer quality.
Mexican oregano is not the same as regular oregano.
This new mexican economy car is made of clay; just don't drive it in the rain and you'll be fine.
Mexicans think their girls are 'ready' at age 14 (just like white people thought a hundred years ago) so that mexican Grandmother is forty years-old.
Person 2: What if he is Mexican?
Person 1: No he can't be! He's got blonde hair and blue eyes!
Person 2: Dude, Mexicans have all kinds of looks. Don't be ignorant.
Contrary to popular misconception, "Mexican" is not a racial or ethnic group. Though the majority of Mexicans are Amerindians (pure-bloods and mixed-bloods "mestizos"), there are a substantial number of non-Indian Mexicans, such as the Spanish whites that are effectively the ruling class of the country, blacks, Jews, Arabs (Salma Hayek, telecom magnate Carlos Slim), etc.
A "Mexican-American" is a Mexican national in the U.S. Though the U.S. born children of Mexican immigrants usually claim to be "Mexican," this makes no more sense than U.S. born children of Canadian immigrants claiming to be Canadian.
Mexicans are common people like you: the gardener, the pool cleaner or the domestic worker are just social stereotypes.
Other stereotypes include the tequila drinker, the drug dealer or the big sombrero wearing guy which by the way are really hard to find here in México city
Not every mexican are poor, most of the mexicans tourist around the world have large accounts and México city is the second largest city in the world and the first one with museums.
Fajitas is not a traditional mexican food neither is Taco Bell.
Italian: where are you from?
Mexican: I'm from México
Italian: No way!!! you are spanish or italian!!!
Mexican: Nope I´m from México
Italian: You don't look like a mexican
Mexican: How do mexicans look like?
Italian: Not like you
Mexican: I´m an average mexican guy
Most Americans, including Mexican-Americans, are ignorant and think all hispanic people are Mexican and that all Mexicans are one race of people that spoke Spanish since the begining of time and before Christopher Colombus arrived. That obviously is not true.