(Verb) to Jackson, Jacksoning, Jacksoned. The act of Jacksoning someone is to somehow, exploit or otherwise manipulate, a completely unwilling party, to provide an aid or a service, while providing absolutely no short or long-term compensation. It is executed to such a degree of dexterity and skill, that often, the Jacksoned party does not fully comprehend that they were infact Jacksoned. One can often comment on the laziness of a Jackson, or on how much a Jackson is in their debt, or can discuss previous incidents with other victims, and yet will still unwittingly get Jacksoned by that same party. A Jackson will always leave an opening available for any future goods or services they may require. Jacksoning is not limited to any one-on-one manipulation but can extend to several individuals, for several different things.
Side note: Jacksoning is not a spontaneous act, that can be achieved by anyone. It is a delicate art that has to be practiced often, and planned to perfection. A good Jackson can achieve almost anything for the price of nothing.
Steven: hey buddy! where you going?
Clark: I’m just gonna go buy a pack of cigarettes.
7 hrs later.
Clark: (to his friend john) man, earlier I was walking to my car, to buy a pack of cigarettes, and I ran into Steven. Somehow we ended up at dinner, I paid for his meal, then dropped him off at his house, where we ran into his landlord. He somehow convinced me pay for his next 2 months rent.
John: That’s odd!
Clark: yea, I know. He also took my pack of cigarettes. I’d go buy another pack but he borrowed my car for the next week. I had to walk back, cause I didn’t have anymore money to pay for a cab.
John: DUDE! You just got totally Jacksoned!!!
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