March 19, 2015
Mexican slang used alot and the meanings of such words!
“Big Mexican Woman (or Women)” – fat Hispanic women.
They sometimes do work tractors might normally be used for.
Origin Unknown, Afri(can), Mexi(can), Puerto Ri(can) Etc. Labor
Laredo Used to describe gang bangers. Comes from the word Pachuco
Comes from ‘chuntaro’ meaning badly dressed Mexican
Used to describe the overcrowded vehicles of migrant workers.
Part Mexican, not quite wet.
Common hispanic name and deviant sexual act.
Fence-Hopper / Fence Fairy
Mexicans hopping fences to get into the U.S. Archaic due to Obama admin tearing down fence.
Fuckin’ messkin (mexican)
Working in Migrant Fields
Fresh over the Border/fence
Usually used when referring to illegal immigrant workers. “I’m gonna go down to Lowe’s tomorrow morning, to pick up a four-footer.” Because Mexicans are short.
Comes from the Taco Bell food. Means fat in Spanish.
Used as early as the battle of the Alamo in 1836.
Refers to the fact that like the insect, they too have been migrating out of Mexico into Texas.
Variant of greaser.
Self explanatory pun.
Obvious combination of Mexican and excrement.
Term to describe Mexican girls who get pregnant with anchor babies at an early age.
Based on the stereotype that Mexicans are lazy.
Mexicans/Hispanics who act black.
Acronym for Mexican Orderly: Used in jails to refer to Mexican trustees.
Modern Farm Equipment
Many Mexicans work in agriculture today. Evolved from the “Antique Farm Equipment” slur for Blacks.
A Mexican jailbreak.
From the joke “Why are there no Mexicans in the olympics? Because every Mexican who can run, jump, or swim is in this country!”
Another reference to the manual labor many of them do in the States.
A Mexican-American that has lost their heritage. Brown on the outside; White on the inside.
They “infest” places
Called this because some have a tendency to travel slow, pacing one another on the freeway not allowing anyone else to pass. Mostly a Texas term, though it may be heard in any other of the ‘border’ states.
Young Mexican girls. Combination form of Spic and Picaninny.
10 mexicans lined up side by side at the border.
Brown Texans, usually illegal and doing drywall work.
Method used to cross Rio Grande, floating on inner tubes and tires.
Illegal Mexican immigrants. “Tonk” is the sound that is made when the illegals were hit over the head with the large flashlights/batons that the US border patrolmen carry. Once again, archaic due to Obama wanting the Mexican vote.
Mexicans that can run, jump, or swim are already in the US.
The Rio Grande is so shallow now that illegals just have to wade across.
Comes from “Operation Wetback”, a military operation devised in 1954 to stop the onslaught of illegal aliens entering the United States, primarily from Mexico.
Mexican cleaning woman.