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diosadelaluna22 · a day ago
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happy tuesday ❤️‍🔥
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mapsontheweb · a day ago
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Map of Southwestern Border of the US with Mexico. U.S. Border Patrol Sectors. Shows Border Patrol Sectors, stations, ports of entry and fencing. Fence data is 'stuff off the internet' and should be considered unreliable.
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numbbutqueen · 2 days ago
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Touch me like im the only one.
U cant text me on kik: flawlessobsession (i cant get dm on here:()
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amazingarchitecturewebsite · 21 hours ago
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Casa Lohr: Restoration of a colonial house in the center of #Mérida, Mexico by 20Diezz @veintediezz & Artesano Estudio de Arquitectura e Interiores @artesano_mx. Read more: Link in bio! Photography: Manolo R. Solis @manolorsolis_fotografia. Artesano Estudio de Arquitectura e Interiores: When it comes to the restoration of Colonial houses in Merida, one is always immersed in an atmosphere of calm and mystery that surrounds the ancient constructions of the city, thick walls and small windows generate cozy environments that invite rest and intimacy, as happens in Casa Lohr and its old halls. This sense of mystery and calm is meant to be the luxury that the property offers. Neutral and earthy tones; and natural textures are the protagonists that give a new life to this house… #mexico #yucatan #архитектура www.amazingarchitecture.com ✔ A collection of the best contemporary architecture to inspire you. #design #architecture #amazingarchitecture #architect #arquitectura #luxury #realestate #life #cute #architettura #interiordesign #photooftheday #love #travel #construction #furniture #instagood #fashion #beautiful #archilovers #home #house ‎#amazing #picoftheday #architecturephotography ‎#معماری (at Mérida, Yucatan) https://www.instagram.com/p/CjUOIl-MuGP/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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electronicsquid · 2 days ago
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One for me and one for my bird
(Paul Schutzer. n.d.)
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weirdlookindog · a day ago
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Sensacional de terror #390 - Editorial Proyeccion, Mexico 1986. Cover art by Rafael Gallur.
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iamkrystald · 2 days ago
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IG - iamkrystaldanielle
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federer7 · 15 hours ago
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Brigitte Bardot. México, 1965
Photo: Douglas Kirkland
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klemannlee · 13 hours ago
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Lunch buddy.
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tillblut · a day ago
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Watch "Rammstein - Richard Kruspe playing guitar with people in the streets of Mexico" on YouTube
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callese · 3 months ago
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lansdeplays · 9 months ago
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You guys don't know this, but there's a meme going on in Mexico about how our economy is going to collapse because no one wants to use their new fifty pesos bill because no one wants to let go of their axolotls
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Look at that dude
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ana-elisabeta · 3 months ago
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manzanillo / @anaelisabetaxx
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sitting-on-me-bum · 3 months ago
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Mexico City, Mexico
Mexican salamanders walk on grass during a media presentation of a conservation project to preserve the species in Xochimilco
Photograph: Toya Sarno Jordan/Reuters
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weirdlookindog · a day ago
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Brujerias presenta: Los Aparecidos #18 - Editormex Mexicana, S.A., Mexico 1966.
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softbadass · 4 months ago
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as a mexican i can’t help but laugh at how wrong some americans writing mexican characters get the way our name system works so lemme explain so you can get it right!
so most mexicans (remarking MOST because i do mean 99% of us) have TWO last names that come from our parents. it's basically like this:
name / paternal last name (dad's first last name) / maternal last name (mum's first last name).
the first last name is ALWAYS the paternal last name, it always comes from the dad side of the family. there are some exceptions though. in 3 states of the country it's already legal to put the maternal last name first but it's very rare and usually only in special cases, like when the father is absent for example.
there are also cases where the person has only one last name but this is not only extremely rare but it can cause a lot of hardships with legal documentation like school, banks, etc. this can happen for some reasons:
1- they're the child of a single parent (however, to avoid the difficulties that come with having one single last name some end up being registered with the same last names as the parent, but inverted)
2- they were registered in another country where they only have one last name (for example USA, a friend of mine was registered there and for that reason they only have one last name in their documents)
it's important to mention that unlike american last names, the two last names are not separated by “-” they're only separated by a space.
the last names are not necessarily one word, some have two or three. for example last names like “de la rosa” or “del olmo”
also, there's no such thing as married name here. women don't change their last names nor mix them with their husbands last names.
as i am aware, last names tend to work like this in all latin america but many specific details may be different depending on the country and i am not that well informed.
either way, i hope this helps anyone who’s developing a mexican character!
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daily-cats · a month ago
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He has to know his roots ♡ | @paquito_thecat_official on Instagram
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