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Use "jumping" in a sentence
""IPO + privacy issues + your grandma joining + one redesign too many + general social-network fatigue = Fonzie on water-skis," he says, referring to the rather-desperate "Happy Days" episode that gave rise to the expression "jumping the shark.""
"The term jumping on the bandwagon may have been attributed to PT Barnum who was attributed as saying "There's a sucker born every minute.""
"Here's a quote from the wiki entry: The term jumping the shark alludes to a specific scene in a 1977 episode of the TV series Happy Days when the popular character Arthur "Fonzie" Fonzarelli literally jumps over a shark while water skiing."