Mexican Tequila Dolls: Symbol of Creativity

Cancun MexicoWhile waiting for the flight in Cancun, after ending our trip to Mexico, i found these beautiful souvenirs at the airport. They look really very cute, and to me, symbolizes the fun and creativity at its best. What do you think?

This post was inspired by Weekly Photo Challenge: Symbol.

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33 Responses to Mexican Tequila Dolls: Symbol of Creativity

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  3. Definitely calling for a good time!

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  4. quarksire says:

    lol reminmds me of when i used to drink pre 1997. lol for 26 years woza. what a ryde 😎 teQuila bout kilt me 🙂 lol 🙂 ….

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    • Very interesting to know. I don’t know why you stopped it but you must be having a strong reason for it, i assume.

      Glad you enjoyed my post and it could pick a leaf out of your life probably. Thanks for dropping by 🙂

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    • quarksire says:

      reason was to be able to fly my hanglider trike my paragliders an ride my motorcycle , an maybe live a bit longer,thanQ fer respondin 🙂

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    • That was a very wise decision – to pursue your hobbies and adventures and sacrifice something as tequila. Wish you a very satisfying and long life. Hope you fulfill all your wishes 🙂

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    • quarksire says:

      @ 58 yearz old life is great even if i do have chronic pain i love life is fun adventure! 🙂

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    • Number of years is hardly the barometer to measure the life. 58 or 85, as long as you are enjoying and loving it, its great. @58 years young age, you are so creative, share wonderful posts and photographs , connect with fellow bloggers across the globe – I think this is such a fantastic hobby. Keep enjoying like this always till the last breath.

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  5. Hey hi there Suyash! Glad to have checked out your blog..and this pic is really cool!

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    • Thanks a lot Leena. I am glad you liked my blog and the photograph. Hope you will visit my blog more often. You can follow my blog by entering your email ID.

      Once again, thanks for your kind words 🙂

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  6. Aquileana says:

    So lovely!…. Bring on the lemon and salt… I am in for a shot!. Hugs my friend. Aquileana ⭐

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    • Let’s do it then Aqui 😉

      Thanks for your lovely comment. Recently, I saw a NatGeo documentary on Patagonia, beautiful place it is in Argentina. Lucky you 🙂

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  8. arv! says:

    in the world of commercialization, where every brand tries to copy each other…this is surely a good way to stand out…from the rest!

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  9. Helen C says:

    They are very cute, Suyash. I am always amazed at people’s creativity. For some reason that also makes me happy. 😉

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    • Same with me. Seeing a good form creativity always puts a smile on my face. And that’s the reason I decided to put this shot for the challenge so that smiles can be spread far and wide.

      Have a good weekend Helen 🙂

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  10. Kat says:

    Hahah, cute!

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  11. Moon says:

    They are just fabulous! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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  12. Oh Gosh, these are so so cute !! Did you bring one back as souvenir?! 🙂

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    • O dear, don’t ask me that. Feels so bad. I was so busy shooting them that I could not get time to buy one of them. There was already this boarding call and we had to really hurry up 😦 I wish…

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  13. Oh, they are cute – and a great symbol! 🙂

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  14. But look what they’re hugging! I’ve heard that stuff can be deadly but never want to check for myself to find out if it’s true. Hope we’ll see some shots of Mexico soon rather than tequila. Ha!

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