Originally Posted by Pawnmower
I assumed you didn't because of the fact that 1) you used urban dictionary as a source and 2)you mis-read your own source and got it wrong and 3) you still thought it was a racially-based word and not a socio-econimic / legal status word.
But if you speak Spanish right on! Orale
1. I didn't realize we were having a scholarly debate where sources had to be impeccable. If you want, I am happy to provide other links to back my position.
2. I did not misread. You are holding on to a minority view on what the word means. It may mean that to YOU, but that is not what it means to most everyone else.
3. Dude... no matter what you say, to the large majority of the public, person of Hispanic heritage is a derogatory term specific to Mexicans. That makes it a racial slur. Agree or disagree... I don't give two shits.
I'm trying to have a conversation but you are more interested in being right. **** it.