Did you by any chance mean cojones?
- n. drawers
- Comes from the Spanish word cajones, but the sense as used in English is not understood by Spanish speakers unless they were raised in the United States. Often confused by non-Spanish speakers with cojones. (Wiktionary)
“Should we apply that phrase cajones the size of . . . to female candidates, because to apply them to men wwould be demeaning, but then only apply male terms to female candidates?”
“One girl recites a paean to Baca, and five other children tap a complex rhythm on boxes known as cajones, a legacy of Africans brought in chains to harvest sugar cane in this fertile river valley.”
“He knows it and he knows he can handle himself (which takes us back to "cajones").”
“And the newsflash shoudl be, for anyone with "cajones," that Jeremiah Wright didn't invent racism. gkp”
“We can see that it is basically the fact that a Democratic Opposition in Venezuela cut off its own parliamentary 'cajones' in its quest to disrupt proper governance of the country, that has led to what can only be described as a "democratic malfunction" ... which is not too dissimilar from Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction in that it bares all ... to the horror of some and the fascination of others!”
“If she had "cajones" she would have exposed the Bush admin for the frauds and torturers they were/are and we would not be here today.”
“Hmmm....on the last one, I thought "cajones" too, but it looks like they're sitting on two spoons.”
“Dion and Layton need to get some "cajones" and make a stand here . . .”
“Not a bad idea if someone actually had the "cajones" do it and if it wasn't being driven by ALL the wrong reasons.”
“Palin: Obama doesn't have the 'cajones' to enforce immigration laws”
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