We’re not bad people, we’re not dirty, we’re not mean
We love everybody, but we do as we please…
Those sideburns! And then:
mungo mun·go [muhng-goh] noun, plural mun·gos.
a low-grade wool from felted rags or waste.
Also, mongo, mongoe.
Origin: 1800–10; origin uncertain
Those of you who’ve ever had to comb out a Maine Coon cat will understand.
Stories and anecdotes about Mungo tend to emphasize his reputation for combativeness, including episodes of drinking and fighting. The most widely told story concerns a visit to Cuba where, supposedly, Mungo was caught in a compromising position with a married woman by her husband. Mungo punched the husband in the eye, leading him to attack Mungo with a butcher knife or machete, requiring Dodgers executive Babe Hamberger to smuggle Mungo in a laundry cart to a seaplane waiting off a wharf in order to escape the country…
Cole, if you don’t call the new guy Mungo / Mongo, you’re just missing your best chance.