Vogue-cabulary: J Is for Juggins

Let’s bring back the old slang, and appreciate the slang from then which still occurs now. This edition of Vogue-cabulary will put you in good form if you accidentally transport back to the Interwar period!

An art deco design in tan, dark navy, light blue, and light green that showcases the letter J and at the bottom it says, "is for juggins."

There is a man holding his foot like he stubbed his toe, and a lady looking judgmental saying "what a juggins you are!"

They both look like they are from the 1930s.

Juggins: a sucker, buffoon, oaf; an easy target for crime. 1930s on.

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