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The Ocho does Cinco ... de Mayo.

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Eight things that don’t necessarily capture the spirit of celebrating Cinco de Mayo:

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8. Taking Friday off to watch a DVD marathon of the works of Latina adult-film star Sativa Rose.

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7. Organizing a Chupacabra hunt with your fellow online wizards from the sci-fi chat room.

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6. Participating in a wet T-shirt contest to win a “I Got Stinko on Cinco” tequila-promo ball cap.

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5. Building a wall between Taco Bell and Burger King with your neighborhood militia.

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4. Creating the tallest Tecate beer-can pyramid in your dorm.

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3. Playing Wall of Voodoo’s “Mexican Radio” 2,006 times on your car stereo while driving through Holladay.

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2. Eating five items at every State Street taco stand during your lunch break.

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1. Fingiendo que realmente puede leer esto para aparecer el tipo más multicultural en la oficina.