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Cuba Libre translated means Free Cuba and was popularized around the end of the Spanish American War. This mixed drink is similar to a Rum & Coke, but the addition of fresh lime juice lightens up the drink and defines the Cuba Libre!
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Ironically, since 1960 Cuba has been one of the least "libre" nations in the world. The left turned that once affluent, thriving, and elegant nation into a totally ransacked and monopolized dystopia - only "libre" next to North Korea.
Great! you just made 10 million enemies (including Gloria Stefan) saying Viva la revolucion! Genius. Be careful of your political statements when speaking around Cubans, Castro has murder and torture thousand of people on that island. Fuck the revolucion!!!!!!!!!!
i respect your opinion but i have to disagree with you, Cuba is a really complicated country, were 99% of the media is controlled by the government, children are totally brainwashed as they do in North Korea, so when they reach the adulthood are already stupid robots chanting the communist propaganda over and over, is not that they feel its the best, the reality is that they don't know other. its a country were the internet is totally censored and controlled, the government spend more money controlling what enters and goes out thru internet than following real crimes in the street.
if you want to know what Cubans really think about Castro you need a friend, years talking with him, so they can really open to you, they are afraid, without knowing you, they will provably tell you that they love the system.
+Kai Anttila Exactly, He is just a bartender, trying to be "cool" and I am just a political asyled Cuban with a family and life destroyed by that beast, telling him that the only guys that toast saying"viva la revolution!" in Cuba (where the drink was born) are Communist pro Castro, one of the longest dictatorial and abusive governments of the actual and last century . If he want to live with that, it's ok with me, I know that's he mean no hurt. he's just saying BS to "be funny".Like the guy in the Jewish celebration making a toast "merry Christmas"
There's certain things that we just don't say in certain places even if our constitution allow us to say them anytime.
+Alex Glez I get your point. Maybe they didn't talk about revolution in 1898, but revolution is when a governance is overthrown and replaced with another. Events of 1898 fit that description.
The guy in the video is probably just a bartender, not a historian.
+Alex Glez Funny how bunch of idiots want to teach me my own History. There was only One "revolution" in Cuba, the Castro's revolution. The rest are called "wars", "Cuban War of Independence" to be precise. to imagine somebody in 1898 making a toast for the revolution in absurd. they were fighting for the independency from Spain.THAT's WHY THE DRINK IS CALL "CUBA F...LIBRE" no "VIVA LA REVOLUTION" revolution and liberation are two different words in Spanish and they point to different moments of History in Cuba.I know that he has no reasons or intentions to hurt nobody, he is just saying the wrong words trying to "be cool" and he is looking like an idiot.Go to Miami, FL, stand in a bar with a bunch of Cuban and say VIVA la Revolution! , somebody is going to K..y..axxDon't forget to tell them when they are kking your Ba..... that you are talking about 1898. lol
Gold rum it's supposed to be! No one uses white rum for a Cuba libre! This guy is drunk! ICE first, then squeeze the lime in, 1 part dark rum, 3 parts Cocacola.
It's nowhere near the same if you use white rum, white rum is best only with Mojitos
FYI Cubans don't use the word "cantina" and you ending it with viva la revolucion makes a reference to Castro's revolution which has nothing to do with the birth of this drink. The unintentional irony was funny though. It's now dubbed "una mentira" in Cuba which translates to "a lie".
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