Mexico Sucks – Here’s Why You Should Never Go There
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Mexico Sucks – Here’s Why You Should Never Go There
I’m sure you’ve all heard the horror stories about Mexico. The food is terrible, the weather is hot and humid, and the people are all criminals.
Well, I’m here to tell you that those stories are true.
Here’s why you should never go to Mexico:
The Food Is Terrible
If you’re looking for a good meal, Mexico is not the place to be. The food is bland, greasy, and often overcooked. Not to mention, it’s really expensive!
You can easily spend $10 on a plate of just beans and rice!?
And don’t even get me started on the tacos … they’re so dry and flavorless. I mean, who wants to eat a taco without any cheese or sour cream? Definitely not me!
And what kind of crazy person would put pineapple in a taco!?
READ MORE: How Much is a Taco in Mexico?
The Weather Is Too Hot
Mexico is hot. Like, really hot. And humid.
There’s no escaping the heat, even in the shade. And don’t even think about going to the beach, because the sun is so strong that you’ll just end up getting sunburned.
Trust me, you’re better off staying indoors where it’s cool and air-conditioned.
Oh, and did I mention that it rains a lot in Mexico? Yeah, it does. So pack your raincoat!
The People Are Rude
Mexicans are some of the rudest people you will ever meet.
They’re always yelling at each other and they have no concept of personal space.
They’ll cut in line in front of you, push you out of the way, and generally make your life miserable.
And don’t even think about driving in Mexico – the drivers are crazy!
They’ll honk their horns constantly and drive recklessly. It’s not uncommon to see accidents happen right in front of your eyes.
The Music is Too Loud
There’s nothing worse than being woken up at the crack of dawn by the sound of a mariachi band playing outside your window.
Or trying to enjoy a peaceful meal at a restaurant only to be interrupted by the band serenading you (and every other table in the place).
Trust me, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anything more annoying than a mariachi band.
Oh, other than the Mexican love ballads of course…
The Country is Too Big
Mexico. The land of sun, sand, and… gigantism? Yes, that’s right. Mexico is just way too big.
So big, in fact, that it’s actually kind of a pain to visit. You could easily spend weeks traversing the country and still not see everything it has to offer.
Seriously, there are just too many places to see in Mexico. You’ve got your beaches, your ancient ruins, your colonial cities… the list goes on and on. And that’s not even counting all the amazing food and drink you can find throughout the country!
No matter how long you stay, you’re only going to be able to scratch the surface.
In fact, it would take multiple trips to see all the best places. And who has time for that? Not me, that’s for sure.
If you’re thinking about going to Mexico, you might as well just stay home and save yourself the trouble.
READ MORE: What Are the Best Places to Live in Mexico?
10 Reason Why Mexico Sucks
Mexico is often thought of as a paradise – beautiful beaches, stunning mountains, friendly people.
But the reality is that Mexico is actually a terrible place to visit.
Here are 10 reasons why Mexico Sucks:
1. The food is terrible. Mexican food is heavy, greasy and full of spicy peppers that will give you heartburn. And don’t even get me started on the tacos – they’re small, filled with pineapples, and often fall apart.
2. The weather is unbearable. It’s hot, humid and sunny all year round. There’s no reprieve from the heat, even in the winter.
3. The people are rude. Mexicans are some of the rudest people you’ll ever meet. They’re always offering to help, often too loudly and they have no concept of personal space.
4. There’s too much crime. In Mexico, you’re always at risk of being mugged, kidnapped or killed when you travel there. That’s why you should never leave your hotel
5. The infrastructure is terrible. The roads are full of potholes, the buildings are falling apart and there are mariachi bands everywhere you look.
6. The prices are too high. Traveling to Mexico is too expensive, thanks to the high cost of accommodation, food and activities (especially in Tulum).
7. There’s no nightlife. If you’re looking for a party scene, Mexico is not the place for you. The beers are always ruined by putting fruit in and the clubs will often unfortunately play reggaeton.
8. The beaches are too white. With so many people visiting Mexico every year, the beaches are always clean, sandy and white. What happened to authenticity!?
9. There’s no culture shock value anymore. With so many happy tourists traveling to Mexico these days, there’s no longer any culture shock to be had when you visit there – it feels just like home!
10. There’s too much to see there! The country is too big! No matter how long you plan to stay in Mexico, you will never be able to see everything there is to offer.
READ MORE: Do You Need a Passport To Fly to Mexico?
Why Mexico Sucks
Now hopefully you understand why Mexico sucks.
It’s not the white sand paradise, Mexican foodie haven that we all believed – it’s actually just full of noisy mariachi bands and pineapple tacos.
For your own good, just stay safe and don’t go to Mexico!
Trust me – it’s not worth it.
Do you agree? If not, leave a comment below and let us know what you think.
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You’re actually right about a lot of things here.
I’m Hispanic and I gotta say that Mexicans are literally racist (no joke). They’re the worst kind too. They’re the kind that like to think of themselves as humble on all sides yet are outwardly racist towards other Hispanics who are from America. They feel this strange entitlement that if you’re not white then you SHOULD like corridos, you SHOULD like reggaeton. I swear to god. If you don’t then you’re a mamon (show-off). Like what even logic does that make? The same level with which they run that country as well that’s for sure. Full of corruption on all sides. Lived their 10 years hopefully never going back