Little joe - would that be an espresso (small and tightly wound up)?I've never heard the term, but since it's not even 5:30am, and I'm only half way through my first cup of little joe(get it?) I'm not that embarrased to say it took a few minutes for me to figure it out, but I've got it now. I'll have to remember that.
Actually it was a term that came with someone we're working with. So no we didn't make it up. And actually to think about it it wasn't even that late.Never heard the term before, but it only took a few seconds to figure it out. (I was also a huge fan of old westerns when I was a kid.)
Is this a term that people actually use or is it something you and the Porkchop made up late one night?
HEY NOW!! I take offense to that!! (not really lol)That's the glory of working with college kids...shutters? what shutters?
Futurama is already beginning to be lost on some of the youngins...maybe the latest round of episode plays on Comedy Central will bring it back in to the mainstream a bit...(I can't wait for the day where the young kids will wonder what us old geezers are talking about when we reference Futurama and Family Guy LOL)
Soooo, I'm an 'old geezer', am I? Couldn't resist - sorryHEY NOW!! I take offense to that!! (not really lol)
That would be the glory of working with theatre ed majors doing their electrics shop IP...
Anyway, I think I have a guess, but I'm far too young to really know if my guess has anything to do with whatever this phrase is referencing lol
(I can't wait for the day where the young kids will wonder what us old geezers are talking about when we reference Futurama and Family Guy LOL)
I have first year grad students I have to slap around about shutters...its painful.Soooo, I'm an 'old geezer', am I? Couldn't resist - sorry
Naw, Pip, old is when you talk about "Your Show of Shows" and people your own age look at you like you're crazy.
The shutters comment would be directed to the first year tech students, most of whom have only done acting to that point. Usually the second years know better than that...usually.