very funny as usual, maybe the word is "cojones"?
THANK YOU for that! Cahonies is totally the Americanified butchered version of cojones! I was wondering where the heck it came from. Now I can rest easy knowing it's originally cojones spelled with J. Thanks Seigi!
You are very welcome =) oh and one other thing, although americans pronounce that word as "cahonies", spanish speaking people say it more like コホネス and I've heard it mostly from spaniards. I don't know why I thought you might find that useful, but there it is.
Sweet! This IS useful, because now I know how to pronounce it correctly when I want to say BALLS in Spanish (which is practically ALL the time, starting NOW.). Cojones!
I like Cahonies, sounds Hawaiian almost. Like big kahuna. The Kahuna with Cahonies.
YEAH! Like kahuna with cahonies at a luau in Oahu. or something.
like that precisely!
Hahahahaha no way!!!!!!!!! Why do the have to americanize all words!!! In Spain "cojones" y used all the time... if you do something wrong, you will say to yourself "cojones"; when you are angry too; cojonudo means something great... so now I'll just bother Juan saying cahonies! Hahahaha!Kiss (K)