In case you didn’t already know, there’s nothing more fun at a kid’s birthday party than smashing good old Mexican piñatas.
There’s an easy way to find people shopping for your child’s birthday party in El Paso. Look for a shopping cart with several of her 30-packs of Bar-S Winnie, Bread, Cake, and Bud Light. Another sign of an impending party is the piñata.
A piñata is a traditional Mexican party game played at children’s birthday parties. It’s basically a hollow cardboard shape or figure, specially cut and wrapped in tissue paper.
Stuff it with candy or something else and hang Mr. Piñata on a tree… (Around El Paso, children who may be drunk precariously balance on roofs and tree branches/ladders/ while the piñatas are more likely to hang from above () fences/etc) … and the kids take turns trying to destroy them with sticks.
When the candy breaks, the candy falls, the kids go nuts, someone patch up their uncle, everyone else cracks another beer and the party continues.
Children’s parties in El Paso are absolutely an occasion for drinking, and now piñatas are part of the party, too.
Boozy El Paso Pinata
The El Paso Store offers some ‘hard’ pinata ideas for your child’s birthday party
From beer to whiskey to El Paso’s flagship tequila, your little one can throw a “Party” party. Or you could have two piñatas… fill Spider-Man with candy for the kids and fill one of those boogie-his piñatas with the airline’s little booze for the adults. increase.
Just be careful. Drinking alcohol and waving sticks can ruin a fun afternoon.
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