Do not pet the skunks after they've had McDonald's
I grew up in Southern California and spent the first 30 years there and the next 19 in NM. I have never heard anyone in either of these places use the word jagoff. I was well acquainted with it as kid because I liked to watch a lot of stand up comedy in HBO.
Postcrossing is great! I started doing it in 2007. I've gotten so many interesting postcards.
I took up journaling in college and also wrote each entry in alternating colors. I should probably pick it back up because, like you, it was where I did a lot of processing. I have so many blank journals because it was such a habit to pick them up. My Smart Ass & Sass Subscription box had one in it this month!
I think my car smells like a McFart too now that you mention it and put a name to it!! 🤣🤣🤣
Not something folks from Arkansas say that often, if at all. I heard the word from national sources (stand-up and tv and movies). I don’t associate it with the phrase jack-off but I have heard it used in that sense. I associate it with someone that is annoying.
Also jag bag. Maybe also a Chicago thing. The local sports station used to have a segment called Jag Bag Thursdays.
Fascinating about the bridge!!! As MN resident, I have passed beneath that bridge many times and wondered the same thing... I've not seen a single person on it any of the times I've passed by. I love that someone took the time to figure out all the details about it and now I know. Thanks for sharing!
My connection to the word jagoff is you (and the other CHSH-ers). 😄 It wasn’t really in the lexicon in CT or CO.