Saturday, August 14, 2010

héroes del ring

photo David Gremard Romero

Lucha libre, meaning free wrestling, is a term used in Mexico and other spanish speaking countries. It is characterized by colourful masks that the wrestles are wearing and fast movements. Masks have been used dating back to the beginnings of lucha libre in the early part of the 20th century and have a historical significance to Mexico in general dating to the days of the Aztesc.
Luchadores are traditionally divided into two categories, rudos, which are the bad guys,and técnicos, the good guys.
There is another thing coming from Mexico, hot chili, there are too versions of it, Chili con Carne, and Chili sin Carne. Naturally we'll be serving today the second one, with some rice, nachos, salad and sour cream, to reduce the heat on your faces, because delivery of the masks we ordered for you got stuck in China.

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