Definition of a jackwagon
an insult. Likely coined specifically for the Geico commercial quoted in the following citation.
Citation from Geico commercial, 2010 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site. Tandra is a jack wagon.
Last edited on May 02 2013. Submitted by
Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA
on Jul 03 2010.
A useless piece of equipment, usually military, used to refer to a mule-drawn freight wagon which had been pieced together from discarded or substandard parts, and subject to frequent breakdowns. Jackwagons typically were good for only one or two uses, then abandoned or discarded along roadsides and in ditches, and were often re-cannibalized to create new jackwagons.
Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by
on Oct 21 2010.
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