Mexican Pride

Mexican Pride

About Mexican Pride

Mexican people are very proud of their origin, history and culture.

This is why most of Mexicans that live in the United States (there are more than 30 million Mexicans living in the U.S.) love Mexican Pride gifts.

These gifts can be T-shirts or coffee cups with the inscriptions such as: Proud to be Mexican, Its better to die on your feet than to live on your knees (General Zapata), Living as a Mexican is a true blessing, Im legal immigrant, Im Mexican American and proud to be both, etc.

Other pride gifts that Mexicans love are T-shirts with images such as Our Lady of Guadalupe, General Zapata, Mexican Flag, Mexican Eagle, Sombrero and Tequila, Mariachi, Pancho Villa, Aztec calendar, Aztec Sun God, etc.

Pride Tattoos

Tattoos are part of Mexican heritage and culture due to the fact that their ancestors, Aztecs and other indigenous people, used tattoos frequently. This is probably one of the main reasons why many Mexicans nowadays love tattoos and decide to wear them.

Very popular Mexican tattoos among Mexicans are pride tattoos which include images of Mexican Flag, Mexican Eagle, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Sombrero, Aztec sun god, and so on.

Mexicans that dont live in Mexico usually have something to remind them of their country and their family back home. Most of the times, this reminder is a pride tattoo such as the Mexican Flag tattoo and a tattoo of the name or image of a loved one.

Mexicans have rich history and culture, great food, drinks, music and dances, beautiful traditional clothing and costumes, heroic figures, memorable fiestas, ancient Aztec and Mayan pyramids, beautiful landscape, great sportsmen and scientists, close family ties, and much more.

In other words, Mexican people have many reasons to be proud and to honor their origin and family.



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