"Just joshing you" came from the late 1800's and has a very interesting story behind it!
Josh Tatum was a deaf mute, but a very enterprising young man from the Midwest. In 1883 the US Mint came out with a new nickel. It was deemed the Liberty Head Nickel and on the reverse side had a large roman numeral V stamped on it. The new nickel did not have the word "cents" or "nickel" stamped on it. Josh Tatum noticed this and the fact that it was nearly the same size as the US $5.00 gold piece, which at the time was used as common currency.
With the help of a friend familiar in gold electroplating base metal, they turned these coins into a figurative gold mine. Tatum went from town to town going into shops, stores & mercantiles. He was very careful not to purchase anything that cost more than a nickel, where he would hand over one of these gold plated nickels. The clerk would accept the coin, and in most instances give Josh back $4.95 in change, which he happily would take. By the time law enforcement caught up to him, he had visited hundreds of towns & had amassed a small fortune.
The Law prosecuted him but ironically he was found not guilty on the most serious charges, because he only purchased items that totaled 5 cents, and because he was deaf & could not speak he never represented that it was a new $5.00 gold piece.
The same year, the US mint added the word "cents" to the Liberty Head Nickle in an effort to bring this type of fraud to a halt.
Hence the famous saying "you're not Joshing me are you"?
jk or Jk - just kidding jj - just joshing
It is a type of rough teasing.
alaska, pompeii, antartica, and probably your freezer.. just joshing you about the frezzer! luv ya. no beastiality
To josh someone is to tease them or put them on.
Likely an older relative in your family has said this at some time. These old fashioned phrases get handed down from one generation to the next.
No, but that's a good idea for MY magazine, so NOW there is a magazine calle "The Girls Gazzette" lol just joshing
Beacause one wasn't enough HEHAHEHAHEHAHEHAHEHA lol im just joshing ya i dont really know :)
you just sit there like a rock sometimes
The term greasers come from their greasy hair
joshing around, horsing around, roughhousing rough play
juniper, jumping, joshing, jarring, jesting
Joshing, moshing, noshing (eating), sloshing, squashing, quashing (putting a stop to).
josh or in present continuous form: joshing
Really! The blondes are really not stupid they just act like it on purpose- and not just blondes, all colors!!
Just a guess, but maybe from racing from stoplight, to stoplight, on the main drag.
It is just one term called a synapse.
The term "Come from Away" refers to people who are 'outsiders'. That come from out side of the province.
Unfortunately, the term Physician Surgeon does not exist. Therefore, this term is yet to come about, but it most likely never will come about as it doesn't make sense.
Where does the term parky come from?
inane, loopy, goofy, joshing, giggling, juvenile, foolish, weird, dumb,
has just come
The African Luhya term for the English word 'come' is Itsa.
The common name Joe used for a common drink. It is just your average cup. A cup of the normal.
The term synapse is the site where two nerves come together.