How to Spot a Galoot

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A galoot is, by definition,  a person with an ungainly, cumbersome, and clumsy personality, or one who is strange or foolish.

But I have it on good authority that a galoot is also a doodle that magically appears on your notepad during a company troubleshooting meeting.

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3 Responses to “How to Spot a Galoot”

  1. Dan Says:

    Whoa… he has no lips. He must have a hard time whistling.

  2. jaggedsmile Says:

    Galoots have never been known as particularly gifted whistlers. (Which, incidentally, is a great tongue twister. Try saying “particularly gifted whistlers” five times fast.) They have always prided themselves more on their haunting and melodic hog calls.

  3. Ken Says:

    I thought Galoots were always long eared? Too much Bugs I guess.

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