mug

[CHIEFLY BRITISH SLANG] A victim or dupe.

You might want to stay where you grew up for sentimental reasons and your mates being around and so on but unless it’s a really, really great place that’s really, seriously going to add something to your life, you’re kind of being a mug, know what I mean?

Definition from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition (via Wordnik)

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