The takuache meme is a well known Mexican trend in the popular social media site, Twitter. It consists of taking an image, usually with poor quality and adding to its description that ‘takuache’ (read as ‘ta-koo-ah-cheh’) is written on it. Tourists or unsuspecting users will take a photo of a place, person or thing and fall victim to the joke.
Takuache cuh meme
The trend was created by Mexican youth to mock people who toured their country and bragged about its beauty online with bad quality photos that made it look ugly.
the trend became popular in Mexico, for some reason, it spread quickly to South America where Chileans and Argentinians have started using it. ‘Takuache’ is the Mexico City slang for a person who does not bathe or take care of themselves.
What is takuache meme on internet?
(T/N: Takuache is a drink from Taiwan)
“Takuache” is a beverage made by Taiwanese company “King Car”. It was first introduced in Japan during the 1970s, and has been available since then. Until now, it is known as a foodstuff with an extremely long expiration date; it is not uncommon to find it in homes even after decades.
In the late 1990s, a man residing in Japan noticed that he still had a can of Takuache from 1971. He decided to drink it. And sent pictures of its contents to Taiwanese newspapers, who were surprised because the beverage looked as good as new thanks to its fermentation process. This was widely reported in the news, and Takuache soon became well-known all over Taiwan.
Taquaache, also called taka-ashi-hashi, is a term used in Mexico for the edible flower buds of bamboo. Sometimes spelled “taquach”, they are most often eaten toasted or fried and can be found in markets, roadside stands, and at festivals.
Taquaache roots are cooked as food and also considered a diuretic and as a treatment for urinary tract infections. The bark is used to cleanse the kidneys and as an anti-inflammatory remedy.
The one flowering plant that stands out from all others, however, is “Acmella Oleracea” (Jamaica) or “Taquaache”, the edible flower buds of the mbamboo (Guadua angustifolia Kunth).
The flower is pickled and eaten by children who do not like them raw. It is an excellent source of protein, calcium, iron, magnesium and phosphorous. They are also rich in antioxidants that protect against free radicals.