Mark Hunter (ozma914) wrote,
Mark Hunter

bright blue gag

In one of Neil Gaiman's Sandman stories there's a mention made of a "bright blue gag" -- gag as in "joke", get your mind out of the gutter. ;-) Apparently it's an old term, maybe related to the vaudeville era. Emily and I can't figure out what it means -- does anybody know?

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