Women’s Panties and New Years Eve – What’s the Connection at Lake Chapala?

December 31, 2013

No, this article is not off color, but it does have to do a lot with color. In this case the color pf panties Mexican ladies wear on New Years Eve. Sort of  a “Sid’s Believe It or Not”  post.

Please read on to see the connection.

A Strange, but True, New Years Tradition at Lake Chapala Ajijic, Mexico !

Did you know that many Mexican ladies believe the following:

If a Mexican lady wants to be assured of love she wears red panties on New Year’s Eve.

If she wants a good job and financial health she wears Yellow ones.

If on the other hand she wants to have good health then she wears white ones

If she’s looking for money in the new year then she wears GREEN ones.

The colors of flowers arranged in the home on New Year’s eve is also a tradition to bring you what you hope for in the coming year.

Hope the New Year brings you and yours all the happiness you can handle.

Tu amigo, Sid

  • jim nelson

    I have been confined to a wheelchair for nearly 20 years. I have asked just how well people like me can get around, buy groceries,go to the better eating places or just get by and have yet to get an answer. Please tell it like it is. ——Thanks—-jim nelson

  • Kitty C

    Jim, did you receive a reply concerning wheelchairs? We also would like some honest Indepth information regarding the same. Please pass any information you receive, thanks and hope we see you in Mexico!
    ~kit

  • jim nelson

    Kitty C.—-so far I have not received a reply or other info—-if I do will forward on to you. The wheelchair I have is motorized and as long as you can keep it charged up should not have too many problems—-my only worry is getting where you need to be with the chair then back. Hope to have something to report—–jn

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