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Definition funny of Panocha:
Mexican word for vagina. Also used to critize someone for being scared.
You are such a pussy(panocha). Fucking panocha. Mostly used between Mexican Americans.
panocha (pah no cha)- pussy panochota (pan o cho tah)- good pussy panochototototota - (pan o cho toe toe toe toe tah) gooooooooood pussy
I need to get me some panocha.
hot latin pussy
Songs about Panocha:
Baile de la Panocha by Grupo Folcklórico Coros y Danzas Sant Vicent del Raspeig from the Album Raíces Folklóricas Sanvicenteras
Dame Panocha (feat. Dre Rawka, Jordann & Big Flipps) [Explicit] by Big A Lta from the Album Party Music
La Panocha by Twister from the Album Bailando Champeta
Me Gusta (Tu Panocha) [Explicit] by Pilesar from the Album No Good for Eyeballs [Explicit]
Mucha Panocha by Treallife Records Presents from the Album Musiq of Mass Disfunktion [Explicit]
Panocha [Explicit] by Rudy from the Album Taste the Love [Explicit]
Panochas [Explicit] by Danny McBride from the Album Eastbound & Down Soundtrack [Explicit]
Books about Panocha:
Panocha. Mimado por su hermanita (Las Historias De Panocha/Panocha's Stories) (Spanish Edition) by Didier Levy and Xavier Deneux (Jan 1, 2005)
Panocha. Feliz cumpleanos, mama! (Las Historias De Panocha/Panocha's Stories) (Spanish Edition) by Didier Levy and Xavier Deneux (Jan 1, 2005)
Panocha. No comparte nada! (Las Historias De Panocha/ Panocha's Stories) (Spanish Edition) by Didier Levy and Xavier Deneux (Jan 1, 2005)
Bienvenidos a mi cabana! / Welcome to my cottage! (Panocha) (Spanish Edition) by DIDIER LEVY (Oct 30, 2006)
Campeon de bicicleta / Cyclists Champion (Panocha) (Spanish Edition) by DIDIER LEVY (Oct 30, 2006)
Pipi en la cama / Wet in the Bed (Panocha) (Spanish Edition) (Oct 30, 2006)
Tururuuut, Suena La Trompeta / Tururuuut, Sounds the Trompet (Las Historias De Panocha/Panocha's Stories) (Spanish... by Didier Levy and Xavier Deneux (Apr 30, 2006)
Wiki information Panocha:
Panocha, in New Mexico and southern Colorado, is a pudding made from ground sprouted wheat and piloncillo. It is traditionally eaten during Lent. The sprouted-wheat flour is called "panocha flour" or simply "panocha", as well. In other regions,...
The Panocha Quartet in a Czech string quartet.