In the Mexican state of Puebla, Cinco de Mayo is known as El Día de la Batalla de Puebla, which translates to "The Day of the Battle of Puebla". This celebration commemorating the Mexican army's victory of French forces on May 5, 1862 has also been adapted by thirsty gringos looking for any excuse to get day-drunk. Of course there's still regions around Mexico and the United State that honor this day for its pride and culture, but let's keep it real for minute by showing you a collection of janky, poorly designed, and slightly offensive Cinco de Mayo party flyers. Because in a sad, sad way, isn't this what El Día de la Batalla de Puebla is all about?

Gallery: Janky Cinco de Mayo Party Flyers

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