45 Signs You Live in a Latino Neighborhood

20. If you live in Miami, people try to talk to you in Spanish first. Most of the time.

21. Elders are always complaining about the U.S., talking about how “esto no pasaba en…" (That never happened in) [insert country here].

22. Your neighborhood probably doesn’t have Starbucks yet, but if it does, you won’t find the older folks in there – instead, they’re frequenting the walkup Cuban cafeteria. There, people are sipping on cortaditos, eating croquetas and talking politics.

23. If you live in Miami, there’s a rooster somewhere. And you don’t live on a farm, so…

24. Usually at least one house in your neighborhood has a shrine for a saint or virgin on their front lawn.