Me: emmmm.... sprite
Juggalo: DRINK FAYGO! Its the best soda ever!
Me: no u wigger
juggalo: Do it or i will put an axe through ur head
Juggalo who wakes up in the hospital: wheres my faygo!
A fake Italian. A person who tries to fit in with the Italian crowd. Generally mimicing exaggerated stereotypes portrayed in TV and film. A Faygo may try to use sterotypical Italian-American words that no Italian born or 1st generation Italian-American would ever commonly use, such as; forgeddaboutit, pasta fazool, etc. What a whigger is to the black community, a faygo is to the Italian community. A faygo may even be partially Italian by blood, but seperated from Italian culture for generations.
A Faygo may alter their entire personality and interests, just to fit in with the Italian crowd. Examples being; wearing leather jackets, slicking their hair back, using Italian words in their regular vocabulary (commonly mispronouncing them). Faygos are generally shunned throughout strong Italian-American communities. They are considered second rate and commonly ridiculed for being pretenders.
A term sparingly used in the Detroit, MI suburbs of Macomb Twp., and Shelby Twp. A term coined by Salvatore Biondo in 2002.