Verb, to speak without thinking to reporters or members of the press. Famous press junkers are Bob Dylan
and Terrell Owens
. The term was first coined in Zach Braff's Garden State.
"What was your dream job growing up?" - Reporter
"To be a waitress," - Dylan
"What are you going to do here in Denmark?" - Reporter
"Look for Hamlet's castle," - Dylan
Dylan could really press junk-it.