“¡Stop right there! Who are you? ¡Take your hands out of your pockets and hold them up really high, so I could see them! That’s right…now drop that Colt and kick it over to me!…Good, now we can talk…Are you ready to die, wandering into my hacienda, Amigo? ¡Madre Furiosa has not been taking kindly to guests for a long time! I raised four boys, and all of them became honest, law-vioLating, real scampsmen and bandoneros. I always said they would go very far; none of them ended up with anything less than the gallows! Except my son, Carlito, the Heartbreaker…I am especially proud of him. He died in a shootout near San Miguel de Allende. I always told him that he should beware of women but he never listened to me. I was impervious to bullets, but as I was branding the stolen cattle, a rattlesnake did me in. ¡A befitting death! ¡Well, that’s it, I’ve had enough of you! ¡Put me in your cart NOW, but be careful, no sudden movements! That’s it…and now it’s time to back out slowly…and beware, my hand still moves fast enough on my Winchester!”
Las Catrinas, these wonderful clay statuettes, are a typical element of Latin-American culture. The artisans form every single clay doll in detail, burn them and finally bring the skeletons but to life by acryl-painting them colorfully. Every statue is a piece of art, guaranteed to bring new color and a touch of real Mexican atmosphere to your home.
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