jack of all tradesnoun

  • ja何でも屋
  • ena person who can do passable work at various tasks; a handy and versatile person

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But you were paying attention.
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You laughed at my joke!
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Did I?
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I like to call this the jack of all trades.
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Silly monkey!
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Oh, this monkey.
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So you really didn't learn anything?
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No, but I hope you did.
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Can't school Gina.
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Gina schools you.
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And how do you find time to do all these things?
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And you do them all so well.
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- Thank you. - It's not like jack of all trades.
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- Right. - I mean, you're master of all trades.
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Oh, thank you so much.
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No, I love what I do.
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I always have.
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I have another brother as well who's kind of a jack of all trades.
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They all sort of do really good stuff for the community.
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It starts to get pretty embarrassing calling him a dick at dinner.
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Hello, this is Dr. Rottweiler, MD.
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Are you a specialist?
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I'm more of a general, jack-of-all-trades style doctor.
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What's going on with the tapeworm?
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Is it still in her... butt?
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It's still in her anus.
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- What up?
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- My name is Deranged Pitt.
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I do security, I got my own fashion line.
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I do graphic design, I rap.
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Jack of all trades.
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So, I would say Keegan-Michael Key is my choice.
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That's fun, I love Keegan-Michael Key.
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I just feel like he would do a good job.
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That was a genuine, earnest.
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I feel like he would do a really good job
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but also still be funny. - Do you think
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he'd be being funny and dramatic in the way
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that he is in a lot of the stuff he does?
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Yes, correct.
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I think he's a jack of all trades.
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Well, they always say... my dad always told me
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that a jack of all trades is a master of none.
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So, if you have four masters, then you have a super group.
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- This gives everyone more of an identity.
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I think it gives— it makes people remember them.