Oct 14, 2003, 7:12 PM
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I'm watching "Zoot Suit" as part of a Spanish class. Edward James Olmos, toward the beginning of the movie, says something like:
It was the secret fantasy of every "vato" living in or out of the "pachucada" to put on the zoot suit and play the myth. "Mas chucote que la chin****."
Question: what does the spanish phrase at the end mean. Or, more specifically, what does the word I'm writing as "chucote" mean? It could almost be "chuquote", but I don't think so.
Any time you might have for an answer will be much appreciated.
(This post was edited by quevedo on Oct 20, 2003, 6:29 PM)