Middle Aisle: to get married. Rock of Ages: a middle-aged woman, usually over 30. Jack: another name for money. I learned a couple things from the response to my article on slang phrases from the 1920s. Lighter, Random House, New York, 1994. No commercial use of our photos or text is permitted. Cash or check: kiss now or late … r?.
Jorum of skee: a swig of alcohol, particularly hard liquor 33. Blind Pig: a speakeasy or other establishment where illicit alcohol was served. Flat Tire: A dull-witted or disappointing date. Hello Joe, what d'ya know? Can you keep up with them? I will be happy to combine shipments to save you money. You will not get a discount if you pay for your items separately.
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My grandmother Rose born 1913 used to tell me stories about her favorite gift-a kewpie doll that she used to keep hidden in the piano so her eight siblings couldn't play with her and ruin her. No dictionary of twenties slang would be complete without this one, which means, in simple terms, the best. Consider Priority mail if you need your item quickly. Yes, I brought two pairs of shoes… One pair of heels and one pair of flats. Can you keep up with them? Lens Louise: the person who steamrolls the conversation. Fire Extinguisher: the escort or chaperone for a social event.
See more ideas about Vintage christmas, Xmas pictures and Antique christmas. Dumb Dora: an unintelligent woman 20. Yes, the longer list of Dalzell's 'What's happening' variants would be good too. Nanny never forgot her favorite present. Bearcat: a lively, spirited woman, possibly with a fiery streak 5. Artist: Whisper Gently Artist Notes: The big events that shaped the world in year they were born.
See more ideas about Vintage christmas, Xmas pictures and Antique christmas. Butt me: I'll take a cigarette. This made sending a mass-mailing of Christmas cards to friends and relatives affordable, and by the end of the century, millions of Christmas cards were sold each year. We want to hear what you think about this article. Nanny never forgot her favorite present.
Because this is the gift of a man who is asking to be killed in his sleep. A chaperone aka, a killjoy, an alarm clock. Nanny never forgot her favorite present. The doll was lost in a house fire. Gold digger: a woman who associates with or marries a man for his wealth.
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Nanny never forgot her favorite present. Please e-mail me with any questions before offerding because shipping costs, in cases of buyers remorse, are non-refundable. The beaded overlay is a shirt that my mom bought me back in college with the suggestion that I could wear it when I went clubbing with my roommates, but only if my boyfriend came along as it was pretty much see-through… I never managed to find a proper bra that worked with it but, as I very happily posted to Facebook on Saturday, being flat chested was a perk in the 1920s! My grandmother Rose born 1913 used to tell me stories about her favorite gift-a kewpie doll that she used to keep hidden in the piano so her eight siblings couldn't play with her and ruin her. Baby Vamp: a very popular young woman or an attractive girl. To crack a safe using nitroglycerine. Howdy, a contraction of 'how do you do? The doll was lost in a house fire.
The doll was lost in a house fire. The answer was copied and pasted twice so I deleted the duplicate text. Hotsy-totsy: attractive, pleasing to the eye 29. Move the ducks beak and a message is revealed and his eyes change as well. That's how you want to die? Let me know if you want those.