Nickname for a student at, or former student of, Texas A&M University, or one of the other associated schools.
Derived from the Ag of Agricultural & Mechanical commonly associated with universities established under the Morrill Act of July 2, 1862.
There were 20,229 Texas Aggies who served in World War II. Of these, 14,123 Aggies served as officers, more than any other school, including the combined totals of United States Military Academy and the United States Naval Academy.
Originally used in "The Many Lives of Dobie Gillis" a sit-com
that ran from 1959 to 1963. The main character, Dobie Gillis, used it when talking with Maynard G. Krebs. Krebs was played by Bob Denver, who later became known as Gilligan of Gilligan's Island. The line was later used in a Malt-O Meal commercial.
"Hey, look how he fixed that! That's good stuff, Maynard!"
A smart girl. Created from typing 'smart girl' with the right hand shifted on letter to the left on the keyboard.
She was a snart gurk and finished 3rd in the contest. The snart gurks all went to the geek school.