It’s been a while since we posted one of these (a #PeterParker) on the blog and, this one is good because.. it’s a burgh person embedded in New England. Boy, that has to be about as uncomfortable as 4 hemorrhoids after a day full of eating jalapenos. But, our Jagoff Catcher stands tall.
Here’s the message that came with the pic:
I was pulling into the parking lot of my local Stop & Shop (the grocery store chain out in CT), and I happened to notice what appeared to be an empty space next to the cart return thingie. I pull around, and lo and behold, some Jagoff in an SUV has taken up two whole spaces by parking on the space divider between them. I called him a Jagoff (out loud but in my car), and took a picture. Just wanted to let you know that Jagoffery is alive and well in New England!
Well… indeed it is and we are proud to have you on the SJU – NE (Special Jagoff Unit New England) squad! Maybe in New England we should refer to Jagoffs as “Bradies.”
Nice park job ya stuck-up-I-backed-up-so-I-can-dart-out-if-there-is-a-Kohls-Cash-Emergency-Response-but-despite-the-fact-that-I-can-back-up-with-both-mirrors-I-have-zero-idea-what-these-doggone-white-lines-or-for BRADY!
Thanks much to Serina Q. from New England for being our Honorary Jagoff Catcher!
Yeah….now that you have the high-falootin’ job, you go hang out at all of the high-end bars and cool restaurants sipping whisky, rum, wine and, someone offers a Charcuterie tray. After a quick look-up on your smart phone’s browser you say “Why of course. That sounds wonderful.”
You partake in such Charcuterie tray…trying to be classy eating one little meat bite at a time. But you know full well you want to grab a chair and a fork and pull up next to that thing, hover over it and stuff those meats in your grocery hole.
Well Mr./Mrs./Miss/Ms. …..you’re from Pittsburgh and you’re getting “to big for your britches” (as my grandmother would say). You used to get Charcuterie at all of the first communions, graduations and house parties… it was corell ware plate, covered with foil with slices of Shop n Save swiss, sharp and american cheeses and some pepperoni. Sometimes the good trays had Ritz crackers on them. Aaaaaand if it was a “classy” party, there would be Sociable crackers….none of this artisan bread stuff!
Just wanted yinz all to check your roots as Pittsburgh becomes a classy-food tahn, Ya Jagoffs!