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Discussion in 'Esther's Follies' started by Son of a Son, May 14, 2009.
as in sore or upset. Why are you so cross with me?
as in do business with. my grandma would not "trade" with retailers who had upset her.
"Far Out." I think that one died with John Denver.
wopper jawed - askew; out of align
erstwhile - in the past
pantywaist - sissy
kith and kin - friends, neighbors and family
ditty bag - originally a pouch used by sailors to hold thread, needles, etc.
PEACE - untroubled; tranquil; content
Business. As in "giving somebody the business."
has anyone said "Choice" yet? I sort of love and hate that word at the same time.
1. Dig - like in Peter, Paul & Mary's I Dig Rock-n-Roll Music2. Spank - obviously it is multifaceted.3. Trixie - for a cheap slut, prostitute, *****, etc...
4. Britches - I still pull this one out from time to time and always good for laughs from anyone NOT from the South.
5. NeedleDick - hasn't been kosher since Water Boy wore it out.
6. Kosher - why not? I just used it above.
And whatever happened to when *** meant a cigarette? Hell, the Brits don't even use it much anymore either.
"cool" is about the only word that has remained cool for the last 50+ years.
but i still say "groovy" all the time.
larapin; That chicken fried steak was the best I've ever had. It was larapin.
I only hear 'yonder' used out in the country. It's use is somewhat lost on Urbanus, but if taken the time to master, can be quite rewarding when conversing with Rusticus.
Row - as in argument or fight.
Lot - as in all
Coppers - Cops
Pantaloons - Pants
Tony. -- Highland Park is a tony neighborhood.
Swell -- Thanks, that was really swell of you Wally.
Any California surfer lingo from the 70s and 80s.
Directly (meaning soon)
My grandmother: “Dinner will be ready directly”