September 29, 2017

30 Reasons We're Glad Shea Serrano Is From San Antonio

Whether you're part of the FOH Army or see his fire tweets, you probably know and love Shea Serrano. But if you don't know the Houston-based but originally-from-San-Antonio writer, you're seriously missing out on some laughs. Check out some of top reason's why we're proud to call Shea one of our own.
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His devotion to the Spurs remains as true as ever, even if he lives in Rockets territory. So committed that he routinely tells his kids he used to be on the team.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
His devotion to the Spurs remains as true as ever, even if he lives in Rockets territory. So committed that he routinely tells his kids he used to be on the team.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
But that doesn't mean he doesn't still try to get on the roster. Or have hopes that his kids will play in the NBA someday.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
But that doesn't mean he doesn't still try to get on the roster. Or have hopes that his kids will play in the NBA someday.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
He knows that the best place to find authentic tacos is right here in San Antonio.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
He knows that the best place to find authentic tacos is right here in San Antonio.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
He's honest about what it's like to grow up in San Antonio.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
He's honest about what it's like to grow up in San Antonio.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
He invited all of us to this wedding. Talk about a heart of gold.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
He invited all of us to this wedding. Talk about a heart of gold.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
He's okay poking fun at himself to put his wife (who he lovingly calls "Wife" in tweets) on a pedestal.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
He's okay poking fun at himself to put his wife (who he lovingly calls "Wife" in tweets) on a pedestal.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
His love for rap is never-ending, even on family outings.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
His love for rap is never-ending, even on family outings.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
He can't say no to Wing Stop, and neither can we. Maybe it has something to do with the restaurant being a favorite of his man-crush. You might know him. Kawhi Leonard?
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
He can't say no to Wing Stop, and neither can we. Maybe it has something to do with the restaurant being a favorite of his man-crush. You might know him. Kawhi Leonard?
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
His self-promotion tweets about his articles are always served with a splash of sass.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
His self-promotion tweets about his articles are always served with a splash of sass.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
He pays tribute the Queen of Tejano all the time, and hypes up Latinos every chance he gets.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano
He pays tribute the Queen of Tejano all the time, and hypes up Latinos every chance he gets.
Screenshot via Twitter, @SheaSerrano