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Definition funny of Pocho:

urbanPocho means americanized Mexican, or Mexican who has lost their culture. (Which largely refers to losing the Spanish.)It is a derogatory term can be someone who's trying to "act white" but it has been largely embraced by Chicanos with a sense of defeatist humor - We're pochos, y que? - so that it's actually becoming more playful than bitter. Kind of like, among blacks, "Whas up Nigga". The tension over pocho/non-pocho can trace back to Mexican history and La Malinche who was a traitor to the indigenous Aztecs and birthed the first mestizo - hence the Mexican insult Hijo de La Chingada. Mexican philosopher Octavio Paz wrote extensively on this theme.

urbanA Mexican sees a Chicano stuttering out his Spanish and thinks to himself - pocho - what an embarrassment. There is a website called pocho.com that's dedicated to aserbic Chicano humor.

urbansomeone who is latino, but doesn't know a word of Spanish.

urbanStop trying to speak Spanish Pocho.

urbanPeople of Mexico degrading slur for Mexican-American.

urbanPinche Pocho!

urbanSupposedly a "hispanic" who is a traitor to his "Spanish" roots. This is absurdly ironic because the natives of Meso-America did not speak Spanish. In fact Spanish was a language forced onto them. Read about what Las Casas witnessed to get an idea of why the natives of America speak Spanish today. Rape, forced labor, and betrayal by the Aztec Malinche.

songs

Songs about Pocho:

songsEl Pocho Antrax [Explicit] by Los Buknas De Culiacan from the Album Los Reyes del Movimiento Alterado [Explicit]

songs701; El Mayo; Pocho Antrax; El Mensaje [Explicit] by BuKnas de Culiacán from the Album Twiins Culiacan Presenta: Mixes 2k11 [Explicit]

songsEl Pocho by Los Inquietos Del Norte from the Album Entre Gallos Finos

songsPocho by Iguanas from the Album Sin to Sin

songs701; El Mayo; Pocho Antrax; El Mensaje [Explicit] by Buknas De Culiacan from the Album Twiins Culiacan Presenta: Mixes 2k11 [Explicit]

songsAdios Fulana (El Pocho Remix) by Toto la Momposina from the Album Riva Starr Presents: "Batería Fantástica" Miami 2012

songsAdios Fulana (El Pocho Remix) by Toto la Momposina from the Album Riva Starr Presents: "Batería Fantástica" Miami 2012

books

Books about Pocho:

booksPocho by Jose Antonio Villarreal (Nov 4, 1970)

booksPocho (Spanish Edition) by Jose Antonio Villarreal (May 1, 1994)

booksThe Pocho Research Society's Field Guide to Erased and Invisible Histories by Sandra de la Loza (Sep 16, 2011)

booksThe Pocho Codex: Piercing an Amurkan Poetic Historiography by Steven Alvarez (Oct 9, 2011)

booksBatos, Bolillos, Pochos, and Pelados: Class and Culture on the South Texas Border by Chad Richardson (1999)

booksPocho by Jose Antonio Villarreal (1989)

booksThe Pocho palimpsest in early 20th century Chicano literature from Daniel Venegas to Americo Paredes.(Estudios... by Spencer R. Herrera (Feb 10, 2011)

movies

Movies about Pocho:

moviesEl Pocho 1991 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 35 mins Starring: Julio Ahuet, Júlio Aldama, et al.

wiki

Wiki information Pocho:

Pocho

Pocho is a term used by native-born Mexicans to describe Chicanos and those who have left Mexico. Typically, pochos speak English and lack fluency in Spanish. Among some pochos, the term has been embraced to express pride in having both a Mexican and...

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