La vuelta de pendejo

Since: Sep 12

Culpeper, VA

#1 May 5, 2013
La vuelta del pendejo es una tradición irracional boricua. Consiste en ir desde el Condado hasta el Viejo San Juan y regresar sin bajarse del carro. El propósito es ver estas zonas desde la comodidad del aire acondicionado del carro. Es una costumbre bastante absurda, pues son varias decenas (¿tal vez cientos?) de personas las que la practican, así que el paseo en carro se convierte en la participación en un tapón monumental de horas.

Since: Sep 12

Culpeper, VA

#2 May 5, 2013
English translation

The return of the pendejo is a Puerto Rican irrational tradition. It consists of going from County to old San Juan and return without lowering the carriage. The purpose is to see these areas from the comfort of air conditioning in the truck. This is rather absurd, as they are several tens (perhaps hundreds?) of people who practice it, so the truck ride turns into participation in a monumental hours plug.

El cacique

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#3 May 5, 2013
Nubeluz wrote:
La vuelta del pendejo es una tradición irracional boricua. Consiste en ir desde el Condado hasta el Viejo San Juan y regresar sin bajarse del carro. El propósito es ver estas zonas desde la comodidad del aire acondicionado del carro. Es una costumbre bastante absurda, pues son varias decenas (¿tal vez cientos?) de personas las que la practican, así que el paseo en carro se convierte en la participación en un tapón monumental de horas.
LOL!

That is so true. I have participated in them myself.

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How ya doing, Nub?.

I'm been hanging around today. But, tomm is back to my new schedule for this month. You won't see me around. Just a peek here and there.

How is your Sunday so far?. We just had our Sunday dinner. So, let me retain my bragging rights...LOL! Pollo fricsse, Arroz blanco, habichuelas guisada con calabaza, maduros y una ensalada con aguacate. Delicious.

Of course, my MIL came over and helped cook. So, you know how that goes....LOL!

But, tomorrow reality sets in. It is time to get back to reduced calories and the gym. LOL!

You guys ate, yet?. Are you just chilling?.

Since: Sep 12

Culpeper, VA

#4 May 5, 2013
El cacique wrote:
<quoted text>LOL!
That is so true. I have participated in them myself.
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How ya doing, Nub?.
I'm been hanging around today. But, tomm is back to my new schedule for this month. You won't see me around. Just a peek here and there.
How is your Sunday so far?. We just had our Sunday dinner. So, let me retain my bragging rights...LOL! Pollo fricsse, Arroz blanco, habichuelas guisada con calabaza, maduros y una ensalada con aguacate. Delicious.
Of course, my MIL came over and helped cook. So, you know how that goes....LOL!
But, tomorrow reality sets in. It is time to get back to reduced calories and the gym. LOL!
You guys ate, yet?. Are you just chilling?.
I'm doing well,thanks. Just chillin.My Sunday has been great.I had dinner earlier.Today we had Mexican for Cinco de Mayo.

That sounds delicious!You had a yummy dinner! My abuelo,and abuela are here from Puerto Rico,visiting.They are staying with my parents.My mom,and my abuela cooked dinner,and of course, I was helping too.We made homemade tortillas,arroz,habichuelas,an d we also cooked taquitos (beef),(chicken),and(pork).

I ate a little of everything,not too much.I still go to the gym.I enjoy working out.It helps relieve stress.

El cacique

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#5 May 5, 2013
Nubeluz wrote:
<quoted text>I'm doing well,thanks. Just chillin.My Sunday has been great.I had dinner earlier.Today we had Mexican for Cinco de Mayo.
That sounds delicious!You had a yummy dinner! My abuelo,and abuela are here from Puerto Rico,visiting.They are staying with my parents.My mom,and my abuela cooked dinner,and of course, I was helping too.We made homemade tortillas,arroz,habichuelas,an d we also cooked taquitos (beef),(chicken),and(pork).
I ate a little of everything,not too much.I still go to the gym.I enjoy working out.It helps relieve stress.
Ahhhh..That's right.

Cinco de Mayo! Thanks for the reminder, Nub... How could i forget?. Back in the day, when i use to worked in the restaurant and club industry we always had some kind of drinking promotion in honor of the holiday.

Saludos! y Felicidades!

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The Chow at your place sounds delicious as well.

Here is a little something in honor of Cinco de Mayo. Just something i quickly picked up on youtube.

An innocent young group just starting out singing mariachis. But, i liked them.



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I hope your grandparents enjoy their trip. I hear PR has been getting a lot of rain in recent days.

mysterysilence

Since: Dec 12

Location hidden

#6 May 5, 2013
Nube :) thanks for this it's funny, never heard of it before. You had a bangin dinner sounds yummy.

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