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Originally a criticism, what does the term "gunzel" mean now?

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Originally a criticism, what does the term "gunzel" mean now?
posted Jan 7, 2022 by Yogeshwar Thakur

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Railway or tram enthusiast
The word is said to have originated from members of the Sydney Tramway Museum in the 1960s as a term for a foolish or reckless railfan or trainspotter. Present use has lost (most of) the "foolish/reckless" aspect.

answer Jan 10, 2022 by Anuradha Tabyal
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