Monday, May 28, 2007


Full Jones: The act of being fully committed to the immediate task. Commonly used to relay a sense of speed, although not exclusively. Example of common usage: "Barnaby raced into the corner full jones." Origin unknown; links to fishing industry have never been substantiated. Not to be confused with full mcgillicuddy, which is used in reference to size (example: When ordering appetizers for a group, it is wise to go full mcgillicuddy).