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Okay, so I know that today’s design is just a bad visual pun, but who cares. I’d wear this shirt. On the other hand, if I intend to sell shirts, should I make commemorative holiday shirts available BEFORE the actual holiday occurs? Yeah. Maybe I’ll think of that next year. Also, while doing “research” on this design, I learned that Cinco de Mayo is NOT actually Mexican independence day.
Cinco de Mayo (”The Fifth of May” in Castilian) is a national, but not federal, holiday in Mexico which is also widely celebrated in the United States. It commemorates the victory of Mexican forces led by General Ignacio Zaragoza Seguin over the French occupational forces in the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862.
See - this site is funny and educational, too.
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