Baby Needs a New Pair of Shoes

And by “baby needs a new pair of shoes” I mean “Bitchy Waiter needs some margaritas.” Cinco de Mayo is only one week away. Because I love to recognize my heritage, I always make sure to go out and celebrate Mexico’s Independence but guzzling frozen margaritas and eating nachos. And you should too. Mexico is our neighbor and good neighbors support each other. Sometimes we borrow a cup of sugar from our neighbor and sometimes we steal their Sunday New York Times but on May 5th, we drink Tequila for Mexico. But I need your help. How can you help? By buying a Bitchy Waiter necklace. Each one is hand-crafted with love and for every one you purchae you will know that five dollars of the cost goes directly into the Bitchy Waiter Cinco de Mayo Fund. This fund will provide lasting relief for yours truly who will take those five dollars to Arriba, Arriba and spend it on a frozen margarita. What do you get out of it? Well, besides earning my respect and admiration, you will walk away with a one-of-a kind piece of art that you can wear yourself, give to a loved one or even let the cat play with . I don’t care what the hell you do with it, really.

So do Mexico a favor. Click here and help contribute to the Bitchy Waiter Cinco de Mayo Fund. You’ll be glad you did. And so will I. Mexico and I both say “muchos gracias!”

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I stand corrected: Cinco de Mayo isn’t the commemoration of Mexico’s Independence. It’s the anniversary of the Battle of Puebla against the French… What do I know? I’m only half Mexican…

10 thoughts on “Baby Needs a New Pair of Shoes

  1. Tonya

    Oh MAN, I want that "Poor me" one. I'd like to see more of in the "Hello, my name is…" category. I could definitely see buying one of them!

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  2. Gallo

    Oh and one HUGE correction to you and your blog readers. Because this actually really pisses me off…sorry bitchy…Cinco de Mayo is not Mexico s Independence Day, that is on september 16th. Cinco de Mayo is a holiday celebrating "The Battle of Puebla" in which the Mexican Army kicked the French out of Mexican soil with all of their crepe suzettes. It is not an observed holiday in Mexico only by governmental institutions. And is really not a big deal. It is the mexican-american community in the US that makes a huge fuzz about it.Just a moment of enlightement, that s all. 🙂

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  3. Kayla

    But Cinco de Mayo isn't the commemoration of Mexico's Independence. It's the anniversary of the Battle of Puebla against the French…Not to say that we shouldn't go out and guzzle cheap margaritas and slam nachos. I mean, I'll be doing so.

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  4. Danmark

    Youve got a great deal to say about this subject, and so much knowledge. I think that you know how to make people listen to what you have to say, especially with an issue thats so important. Im glad to know this blog.

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  5. Gallo

    Thanks Bitchy for posting the correction and I second Kayla. What mexicans need to drink and party is only an excuse.Happy April 29th!! Its friday so might as well start partying

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