¿Quien huele?

What’s up with La Azteca neighborhood?? Gil’s billboard on Matamoros (before turning into Chihuahua) tells us…


Well, it doesn’t “kind of” smell funky, it really does stink; but it comes and goes. We all know the city is working on moving the water treatment plant right next to La Azteca so… unless Mr. Gil was referring to an actual dead possum (aka, Tlacuache)??

You sometimes get the whiff of deceased tlacuaches in downtown Laredo (I was going to put a picture of the latest dead tlacuache but… our of consideration for the sensitive readers). I hope that by this week, Gil can return to his past message board:


… which applies to my feelings about my downtown hood, possums and all.

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Que Fregados is a quirky look at little things that strike us funny in Laredo and the unique Latino culture. Suggestions and comments are welcome. You can also email to quefregados@gmail.com.
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9 Responses to ¿Quien huele?

  1. Anonymous says:

    Ay, QF, u have become such a typical Laredoan. It is amazing.

  2. sonoftono says:

    As a recent visitor to Laredo I concur with the funk in this area.

  3. Ray says:

    im intrested in learning more about this Gil character. Ive seen the signs and the building just before it with the sign, P-22. Hopfully you can inform me of what its all about.

  4. Poncho1950 says:

    Maybe the next sign will read: “Bienvenidos a Puchitlán.”

  5. dpatricio says:

    He had one that made crack up each time I read it and each time I would hear the “sound system” in people’s cars.

    It read something to liking of ” Primero cambiela las speekers!” 😀

  6. Ray says:

    Laredo needs more people like Gil.

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