jag someone off
 v. phr.— «“We don’t make any money,” says Weisbecker, who charges $3.39 for the sandwich. “But,” he says, deploying a western Pennsylvania euphemism for pulling someone’s, er, leg, “we do like to jag people off.”» —“Chipped ham, pierogies and fries” by Joe Mandak in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania The Repository (Canton, Ohio) July 11, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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