Author: Margaret

Jump on the bandwagon

To “jump on the bandwagon” means the same thing as to “hop on the bandwagon.”  Either expression means to do what others are doing, regardless of your own beliefs. The expression means you agree with everyone else on the wagon even if your beliefs are contrary to theirs.  It gives everyone the impression that you are “on board” with everybody else. This is understandable because you are in the crowd. Origin of Bandwagon The expression includes the word “bandwagon” as the vehicle of choice. There is a reason bus, train or airplane is not in the phrase. The origin really does have something...

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