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Discussion in 'Esther's Follies' started by Son of a Son, May 14, 2009.
I've got one:
I don't think we use that word near often enough.
Dookie was one we used a lot when I was a kid. But I can't seem to get my kids interested in using it these days.
"Lolli-Gag" (got my 4 yo kid saying the bull durham quote. funny)
2nd vote for "Dookie"
"pickle", as in a tough situation.
art (as a verb)
Skirt, as in dame, as in broad
I think some kids, like me, in the 1980's who watched the "Dennis the Menace" and "Lassie" re-runs on Nickelodeon TRIED to use them...I do know we horribly failed
One of my good buddies in San Antonio tried to take it upon himself to re-introduce the term "Broad" and "Dame" back in 04-05 while we hit the Fox & Hound and Flying Saucer...he failed but I still use the term "Broad" as a substitue for "*****"
Dookie was cool! In the 4th grade our teacher allowed us to say it in reference to get the hall pass to go to the bathroom. That was 1987. I wonder if any elementary teacher who was in the 4th grade would remember that.
dapper, and cutter are two for which I would vote.
How about "britches?"
Okay, not all that cool. How about, "she's a fox."
she's fine as in she's hot. We used to say that in the late 80's early 90's
a cutter is used of a well dressed man. It comes from the idea of a man who cuts fabric or garments.
My grandfather uses the term "sporty" to describe a well-put-together woman. It's gotten positive reviews from my test audiences.
Honkie, or is it honky?
Those cover a few eras.
I second "bitchin" as in "cool"