What are some old school sayings?
11 Old-Fashioned Expressions People Still Find Charming
- “That’s My Cup Of Tea” Hannah Burton/Bustle.
- “Kick Up Your Heels”
- “I’ll Be There With Bells On”
- “I’m Head Over Heels”
- “You Look Happy As A Clam”
- “Pardon My French”
- “Carpe Diem”
- “Bring Home The Bacon”
What’s an old school word?
old-school. out-of-date. archaic. antiquated. superannuated.
What were popular sayings in the 70s?
1970s Slang Phrases and Expressions
- You decent? – asking if someone is dressed.
- You jivin’ yet? – asking if someone is enjoying themselves.
- aww sooky sooky – yeah, baby.
- Can you dig it? –
- Catch my drift? –
- catch you on the flip side – see you later.
- check ya later – see or talk to you later.
- close the shades – shut up.
What are some 80s sayings?
15 Totally Tubular ’80s Slang Terms
- Eat My Shorts.
- Gag Me With A Spoon.
What are some 1960 slang words?
The Best Of 1960s Slang
- Groovy. Meaning: cool.
- Far out/Outta sight. Meaning: another substitute for cool; strange or bizarre.
- Dig it. Meaning: to understand or agree with something.
- (It’s) a gas. Meaning: fun, fine.
- Mellow. Meaning: Relaxed or laid-back.
- Bummer. Meaning: a disappointing situation.
- Slug bug.
What are some teenage sayings?
Below are some common teen slang words you might hear:
- Dope – Cool or awesome.
- GOAT – “Greatest of All Time”
- Gucci – Good, cool, or going well.
- Lit – Amazing, cool, or exciting.
- OMG – An abbreviation for “Oh my gosh” or “Oh my God”
- Salty – Bitter, angry, agitated.
- Sic/Sick – Cool or sweet.