The T-shirt that explains coño to non-Cubans
The iconic bread T-Shirt.
Soft and chewy today, baseball bat tomorrow.
Cuban's little jolt of inspiration.
The new generation of Cuban Americans proudly keeps its history and heritage alive.
"Yolo" sabia that Abuelo is stylish.
With this Guayabera T-shirt you will definitely standout at the next Caja China getty.
One thing I am not, and that is quiet.
Hialeah la ciudad que progresa.
Grammar does matter.
Next time your stopped at a red light, and the light turns, and the driver behinds honks at you a second after the light turned...its OK because you always teikirisi.
Abuelo always says it, so just get him the T-shirt for when he goes to El Parque de Domino.
Get your priorities straight.
Que Elementos! Copper, Barium, and Nitrogen...who would have know that's what Cubans meant when they say "Aquí hay tremendo elementos."
The power of a croqueta is a force of nature that is untamable.
Ugly sweater party, now you will be set with this Cuban Noche Buena T-shirt.
Be ready for Los Reyes Magos this year and watch your Americanito friends think Mechor, Gaspar, and Baltasar is the latest name brand.
Cubans all around the world celebrate Los Reyes Magos. Three Kings Day occurs on January 6th, twelve days after Christmas (that's the twelve days of Christmas-- NOT the twelve days until Christmas...next time you hear the song “Twelve Days of Christmas” realize they are counting down to Los Reyes Mago day just like any good Cuban).
When one things of any family and friend gathering the one constant thing is the Lechon. Show your love for the meat that unites us Cubans!
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