Thursday, May 23, 2013

Hipster Ode: Sombreros, Zarapes, and the Witchy Magic of Tequila

Well there! Thanks to our friend Miguel-Angel Soria for the saucy linkazo to Etsy, the hipster DIY mercado.  This stationer was so inspired by the dreamy voice of Joe Nichols' song: Tequila Makes her Clothes Fall Off,  she designed a bachelorette party invitation as a loose-fitting ode to the song. No need for the Algebra degree. Etsy-selling lady figured it all out. ¿Cierto?

 Tequila = Mexican, which means: Mexican = Sombrero and Zarapes. 

 A taste of the salty lyrics (no lime required.)

 "Them pantyhose ain't gonna last too long
If the DJ puts Bon Jovi on
 She might come home in a table cloth.
Ya tequila makes her clothes fall off"

Click here to hear the the catchy tune and watch scantily clad women bob in and out of a swimming pool whilst imbibing strip-tease-causing-satan juice in all its forms. Wannabes really. Take a page from Mr. Pee-Wee Herman's book. This is is how you do it, and mira nomás...Not a Sombrero or Zarape in site. Enjoy.

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