dave at WILTON.NET
Tue Oct 1 03:23:53 UTC 2002
While having lunch with business associates today, one referred to a mutual
acquaintance as "a gump." The person in question is a software executive of
low-to-mediocre skills and talents who has a history of being present when
others do great things and reaping the benefits, despite his having
contributed little or nothing--much like the fictional character Forrest
Gump is present for many great historical events.
I've never heard this used before.
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