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jack

noun; zero derivation
To pull a prank, a prank itself Originally a piece of criminal jargon, as in to jack someone’s car—meaning to steal or vandalize it—the term underwent a regional semantic shift to broaden to mean any sort of activity where a mild and generally benevolent act of vandalism occurs. Source: My O-week coordinators, again. They brought all the freshmen together for a “jack meeting” to discuss plans for pranks on the other colleges throughout O-week.
 
It is imperative at this point that we outdo the other colleges’ jacks this year, so we need suggestions of pranks that you have seen work in the past
Source : O-Week advisors
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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