I've made a conscious effort not to post about work because fuck work, but I couldn't pass this up.
Today for our Cinco De Mayo "fun" activity we had nachos in the breakroom. I can't hate on that - nachos are great. The thing is, we also had music to accompany to celebration. I don't know if was all supposed to be Mexican-themed, but all I caught was that Ben E. King song "Spanish Harlem".
Here's the thing, though. Cinco De Mayo is a Mexican holiday. Spanish Harlem is (and was, particularly in 1961,) primarily Puerto Rican and Dominican. And that, basically, is why I doubt they set up tons of fireworks stands in Toronto in early July. Just sayin'.