People who unexpectedly jump into a Spanish accent mid-sentence when pronouncing the word "Latino," only to finish their statement in accent-free English.
Though Jumping Beans were at one time Latino newscasters exclusively, people of any race or occupation can now be Jumping Beans.
Robert Lanham, Author of Food Court Druids, Cherohonkees, and Other Creatures Unique to the Republicによって 2004年08月04日(水)
a jumping bean is a person of non-latino heritage who assumes a latino accent when saying words in spanish. I have to clarify that one can say the proper word without assuming the accent.
I saw mr. hernandez (pronounced "Hairnondayz" with thick, sent-up latino accent) on the street today.
disgruntled crackerによって 2004年12月27日(月)