"Día de los Muertos is very much related to Halloween."It's actually NOT, and don't ever tell a Mexican that.I can see how it's related to the original Pagan "All Hallow's Eve", but not modern Halloween.
@ZeussLightningBolt When I say “related to” I don’t mean “the same as” or even “similar to”. What I mean is that the two events and other events like “la Toussaint“ in France are derived from the same ancient event, obviously with other influences as well. I know that they are celebrated differently in the modern era.
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That is very sad
Basically it's a cultural celebration in many Latino countries to honor the dead and have traditional things like food, skull makeup, etc.
Yes it does
Wait a sec, I just checked its Nov 1st. I celebrate it on Nov 2
Is it celebrated on different days in different cultures?
Latina Mariposa Noventa y Seis ;)
@Boppy Yeah in mine they celebrate it Nov 2
Oh, Tu vives en Ecuador?
No yo vivo en Canadá. I live in Canada, I have lived in Ecuador, but i’m Salvadoran
Oh damnYour profile says Ecuador😂😂😂😂Salvadorian huh?
It was in the movie Coco.I'd recommend it if you want to know the aesthetic, I really liked the movie.
Oh yeah coco!Thnx for recommending I did watch it sometime back. Really good movie indeed. Loved it
Damn, people don't appreciate an open mind
Okay, you're Indian, so I'm gonna cut you a break
Basically a cultural celebration to honor the dead and participate in traditional things like food