What kids did before iPods (on Being Latino)
Throughout generations, children have come together to play, thanks to some kind of toy. Previous Latino generations had their canicas, capiruchos (also known by bunch of other names), and trompos. Kids nowadays have iPods and, well, I think that’s all they need. My generation had their share of things too: yo-yos, paper football, and even the Tamagotchi.
All that stuff was great, but none of that could come close to the awesomeness of tazos. White kids had pogs, but tazos were our version of the same thing, and as far as we knew tazos were waaaay better.
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