Viral Video Lists 5 Things That Are So True About El Paso Texas
A recent viral video lists five true things when considering visiting El Paso, Texas.
A video released this week has gone viral after Josh Pray revealed five vital things people should know about when visiting the Sun City, and it's both hilarious and true.
Josh Pray is a social media personality who describes himself as "probably the most positive-inclusive-insightful-plus size comedian, model, and person on the internet."
Pray, who usually runs down a list of 5 things such as "5 Things I Learned From Working Out With A Marine" or "5 Things Everybody Deserves To Know About Georgia," recently visited El Paso and, of course, went on to talk about the "5 Things Know Before Coming To El Paso Texas."
As El Pasoans, we know certain things to be true when it comes to living in the Sun City, such as our proximity to the border, fantastic cuisine, and incredible community.
But if you are an outsider, well, things aren't as average as we think they are, at least it's not according to Josh Pray, who came to hang out in El Paso and decided to share his experience with his followers.
In the nearly 5-minute video, Pray goes on about how El Paso is functioning on a whole other level, and he isn't lying. In the now-viral video, @JoshPray lists five vital things tourists might want to consider when arriving in town.
1 - Mexico Is Close, Really Close
- Yes, many visitors tend to be shocked to learn how close our sister city is to us; as Pray says, we are "literally across the street."
2 - Our Mexican Food Is The Best In The World
- It's no secret our Mexican cuisine is the best this side of the border. While in town, Pray visited Carlos & Mickey's, Chicos Tacos, and Catedral, to name a few establishments, and claims he had some of the hottest salsa ever.
3 - The Women Are Gorgeous
- We are pretty amazing. Pray called the women of El Paso Aztec Princesses, saying that El Paso women smell so good that while here a woman passed him, and his shadow left his body; she smelled so good.
4 - La Policia Is Everywhere
- Pray says that he saw El Paso Police everywhere during his stay and that he would probably find them hiding underneath his hat.
5 - The City Layout Is Confusing
- Pray says that while everything is relatively close in El Paso, it also takes a long time to get there, and we couldn't agree more. Traffic and limited routes can make a short trip take a hot minute, especially around the spaghetti bowl during peak Juarez hours, and don't get us started on who thought it was a good idea to make every freeway exit a freeway entrance.
Despite sweating over his lunch and getting lost, we hope Josh Pray had a great time in El Chuco, and hopefully, when he returns, he'll hit up some of El Paso's other hidden treasures.