I have lost who it was that tweeted at me about this new Etsy shop, so whoever you are, I doff my cap to you, m’lady.
(I hated 2 Broke Girls. Now I love it. Amen, n’at.)
You want to head over to my magazine blog to read about Stitchburghese, an etsy shop selling cross stitch patterns that have a decidedly Pittsburgh feel to them.
A few weeks ago, my son and I were in World of Values picking up Halloween decorations when he spotted an oval-shaped “Jagoff” bumper sticker at the register, readily available for impulse-purchasing.
He said, “What is a jag … off?”
I said, “Ummmmmm. How ’bout them Bucs?!”
He’s definitely got some Pittsburghese in his lexicon, but what’s the appropriate age to teach a child about jagoffs?
And then comment here and tell me if nine is an appropriate age for a kid to say “jagoff.”
I mean, it’s worse than “jerk,” but not as bad as “miserable son of a bitch,” am I right?