I saw a guy wearing a jacket with "Mashuganas" and skull and crossbones.
What does this mean? I looked it up in the Urban Dictionary
but I'm still at a loss. Is there some Jewish group or something that calls themselves the Mashuganas?
I believe "Mishugana" is Yiddish for "Crazy Person". So, if somebody were Jewish, they might put "Mishugana" on their jacket to indicate they were a "wild and crazy guy".
I didn't think "Mashugana" was an alternate spelling, but what do I know.
April 30th, 2007 11:43am
Hey, dude wants to identify himself in advance as being nuts, don't fight it.
Yiddish has a dozen different ways to say 'idiot.' Each village had one. Each had its slang.
April 30th, 2007 12:07pm
I doubt he's Jewish. It's probably the same thing as women with a chinese tattoo that says 'avocado breath'.
April 30th, 2007 1:18pm