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Jack

noun; zero derivation
Play a practical joke on a certain group of friends, or a community.
 
Jack is used when describing someone messing with someone else. This includes playing a practical joke on someone, or something. At Rice University, we use Jack’s to either annoy or enact clever vandalism from one residential college to another in a legal way.
Etymology : Conversion of the word Jack, which is a verb which means to play a practical joke on someone or something.
Source : “I can’t wait until Willy Week, because we have so many great Jack’s planned”– Apoorv; September 19, 2011.
Last modified: 4 December 2011


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