In this tasteful, timely, topical video, Jimmy Kimmel does that thing where he goes out onto the street to ask people questions, in this case — “When is Cinco de Mayo?” If you took even five minutes of Spanish in elementary school, you know that ‘cinco’ means ‘five’ and ‘Mayo’ means ‘May’ (unless you speak Portuguese, in which case it means ‘a case of mayonnaise’), but you’d be surprised by how many people don’t know. More
Topic: Cinco de Mayo
It’s Cinco de Thirdo today, you guys! Aka the last workday before Cinco de Mayo, the traditional American holiday of drinking Coronas and annoying the waitstaff of your favorite neighborhood Mexican restaurant! So with only two more days until that fateful morning (and only three more until that fateful hangover), it’s time to start planning your drankin’ schedule, and that can be a hard thing to finagle. More
Hangovers: they’re not just for owls any more. It looks like these guys had a little too much fun on Cinco de Mayo. Take two Advil and go back to bed, guys.
Happy Cinco de Mayo, everyone! An extremely important day in history, today we commemorate the seemingly-impossible victory of the Mexican army over the French at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. And like every other culturally important day in history, we celebrate by breaking out the booze and getting down to some serious drinking. So grab your tequila and come on board for this Special Edition Crushable Drinking Game! More
Happy Cinco de Mayo! We’ll be celebrating with non-alcoholic tequila shots, aka water. But if you’re feeling more spirited than us, here are some celebrities in sombreros to get your holiday started right. America! More
Blame Love Actually for making an epic, starstudded romantic comedy all about Christmas. Or blame American film studios, who have to copy everything that the UK does in the hopes of making a dime. The latter, with Garry Marshall as director, were responsible for 2010′s lukewarm Valentine’s Day, as well as its groan-inducing “sequel” New Year’s Eve, currently filming in New York City. Now movie producers are circling the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade as the subject of the next holiday-centric movie. More