“To Joojoo” Enters The Lexicon After Arrington Gets Munsoned

The other day I wanted to use the phrase “bad joojoo.”  I hate to misspell things so I wanted to make sure that the word was spelled “joojoo” and not “juju,” or “joujou,” or some other variation.  So I Googled it.  I was surprised and amused to discover that “The Urban Dictionary” defines “joojoo” as: “What results from Michael Arrington failing to create a proper contract with shady Singaporean business Fusion Garage.” It also states that “joojoo” can be used as a verb meaning “to steal a business idea.”  OUCH! Learn a lesson from attorney Arrington and my last post and get it in writing.  That way you won’t run the risk of getting munsoned so badly that your deal becomes slang for failing to have a contract. See, the movie “Kingpin.” Here’s more about the JooJoo, Fusion Garage, and what happens when you don’t have a contract from Engadget.


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