Mexico is intriguing. We only know a certain number of clichés, such as sombrero, siesta, narcos, corruption, guacamole, Tequila. We visit it to admire the remains of mysterious civilizations. But do we know that puns are always practiced there, that the Aztec pyramids stand in the Mexico City metro, that death is a fundamental element of life, that the pilón aims to give a little more? Or that a war broke out in 1838 with France over pastries? Abel Quezada said "being Mexican is not a nationality, it is a vice".