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Latin American Friends & Foes - Joanna Rants

Countries in Latin America tend to relate to each other as if they were in high school. There are cliques, frenemies, beefs and unfounded hatred between countries that make it difficult to navigate. From PR & DR to Argentina & Chile, Joanna is here to break down which countries get along and which ones… don’t.
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Ah yeah I love this video. The rivalry between DR and PR has always thrown me off. I love both Dominicans and Puerto Ricans (obviously because I am one haha).
interesting and true at the same time.
@alywoah check it out.
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