– What’s wrong with you? – Don’t you ever do that again! – Kill a fly? – No, raise the chancla like that! You know Mexicans have PTSD
when it comes to chanclas! Chanclas, Hispanic mothers? Does that ring a bell? – I mean, I’ve seen you get hit before, but I didn’t think you were that scared of them. – Who isn’t scared of them? – Me. – (sighs) You know what, come with me and I’ll show you exactly why I’ll forever have nightmares about that thing. – I thought you hated the chancla, not me! – Look, you see that kid over there acting out of control and behaving like mocoso? That’s not gonna last because of two reasons, she’s a Hispanic mother and she’s wearing a chancla. That’s pretty much why. And that is the power of the Chancla. – Wow, that’s incredible! And she doesn’t even actually have to hit her! – Oh, no, she still actually hits her with the chancla, but what’s even worse is Hispanic moms have incredible aim and can hit you no matter where you are. – Come on, I’m 23! Why can’t I eat what I want? – Okay, now that is pretty scary. So how do I avoid a chancla? – Avoid? Yeah, sure. – What? I’m serious! So, why are we out here again? What was that for? – Look, you can’t avoid getting hit by a chancla, but you can get used to it. Take the pain! Lower! (whistles) Yeah, I think you’re ready. Okay, let’s put your training to the test. Repeat this line so that Hispanic mother will get mad at you. – Hey, Hispanic mother I don’t know! I don’t care if there’s frijoles at the house! I want McDonald’s right now! – Actually, now that I think about it, nothing really prepares you for a chancla. – Ugh.