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The following list was assembled by Grottu Orloff from two separate listsone appearing in a 1957 issue of COOL MAGAZINE (Compiled by teenagers Elaine Coffin and Rusty Minute) and one appearing in DIG MAGAZINE (Compiled by Ann Hanson in Wapato, Washington).

Heres the latest and most complete dictionary of words and phrases used by hipsters.

A-1 CREEP DELUXE GIANT SIZE MODELMeans someone who is a real square. A double dome.
A.B.C.Means Always Be Cool
ABES CABE--A five ($5) bill.
ACEHas two meanings. A dollar bill. An important cat.
AIRAnswer
ALL SHOOKReally excited about something.
ALL THAT THERE JAZZMeans all that there stuff, and things, and such.
ALL WASTEDIts not right. Not with it.
ANNUAL PILGRIMAGEAnything that happens once a year. June graduation. A yearly birthday party. Yearly visit to the doctor or dentist.
APECool. Crazy. Terrif.
APPLEA square.
BADMeans good fitting, suitable
BAD-DADA cat who thinks hes so rough and toughbut only he, nobody else does.
BAG OF BACTERIAA square. A double dome.
BAIL OUTTo peel out from a traffic light or around a corner
BALLSame as Bash. A good time.
BALLET DANCERA person who dances on their (or your) toes.
BARGAINA square. Something cheap.
BARKMoney.
BASHA ball. A real good time where you enjoyed, or will enjoy, yourself.
BATSA creep.
BEATTired
BENDERSYour arms, knees, elbows legs.
BIG DADDY--Listen to me kat (or kitten)!
BIG WIGPopular individual.
BIG DEALImportant date.
BIG GEORGEA quarter. 25 cent piece.
BIRDFoolish.
BLAHVery unimportant: a non entity.
BLASTAnother word meaning terrific. A good movie is a blast.
BLASTINGReal cool, terrific or crazy.
BLAZETo go.
BLESSED EVENTA party. A bash. A gig.
BLUE MANA policeman in uniform.
BOAST TOASTIEA very conceited gal.
BOATA car.
BODOA friend.
BOILING POTA clique.
BOMBA car.
BRAIN DERBYAn exam at school.
BRAIN STORMA smart kat or kitten.
BREADMoney or loot.
BRICKSBooks, particularly schoolbooks.
BRICKS AND MORTARBooks and notes from school.
BRIGHTDay.
BROWN ABEA penny.
BRUTEWonderfully good.
BTOAn oldy thats still used. Means Big Time Operator
BUCKYA person with buck teeth
BUFFALOA stick-in-the-mud square.
BUGDriver of car.
BUG OUTTo leave or drive away fast.
BUGGED UPTo be talked into something.
BULLSCops or Highway Patrol.
BUR-Freeze treatment when a kat thinks a kitten is a creep.
BURN AN ACESpend a dollar.
BURY YOURSELFDrop dead, dig a hole, crawl in and cover yourself up. Get lost.
BUSTCaught doing something wrong.
BUSTIN YOUR WIGSomething that is great, terrific, over-powering.
BUZZSquad car.
BUZZ AROUND THE BARRELLets get something to eat.
BYE THE SIDEBy the way. Also.
C.I.O.Means Cut It Out
CALL OF THE WILDTeacher (or school bell) calling class to order.
CAPERGeometry problem.
CAGEThe body. Your skeleton.
CAN---A hot rod.
CAPPING A RATTLEMaking a lot of noise.
CARDWitty individual.
CARTELSame gang of fellows or gals that pal out regularly.
CATA real cool and hip guy.
CAT DANCINGJitterbugging.
CATTED UPDressed up.
CAVIN TO BE SLAVINWanting to work.
CELL BLOCKAny room in a school.
CHAIN GANGGroup of pupils following a teacher. A bunch of squares.
CHALKA weed. Cigarette.
CHALKSTICKCigarette.
CHANGE THE CHANNELLets talk about some other topic. Change the conversation, somebodys coming.
CHANTHome.
CHEATERSEyeglasses.
CHECK THATObserve.
CHEESEATERSA stool pigeon.
CHEW THAT WAD AGAINRepeat what you were saying, please.
CHICKA gal thats cool and hip.
CHLOROPHYL GEORGEA dollar ($1) bill.
CHOPT cut someone low; a very low and cutting remark.
CHOPPED RODConvertible.
CHOW CHOPPERSTeeth.
CHROME-DOMEA bald cat.
CHROME-PLATEDA cat or kitten in their very best clothes. All dressed up.
CLAM---A talkative person.
CLAM UPYou talk too much.
CLEAN-CUTA hip kat.
CLOWNA goon. A real square.
COME ON WARM, LETS WIGGLELets dance.
COME TO A FOCUSCome to the point.
COME TO THE PARTYPay attention.
CONK OUTSee Party Poop
CONTAINERA car.
COOLTerrific. Crazy. The best.
COOL BREWA tasty drink. (Non-alcoholic)
COOL HEADB.M.O.C.
COOL ITTake it easy, slow down.
COOL JONAHA great guy. A cool kat.
COOL THREADSNice clothes.
COOL TOPSFavorite.
COOL YOUR HEELSTake it easy.
CORN BALLPoor joke.
CRANIUMHead.
CRAWLED THRUGot in.
CRAZED UPExcellent.
CRAZYFoolish; funny; different.
CRIBHouse.
CUBEA 3-D square.
CUE BALLA cat or kitten that roams all over.
CUBINA real 6-sided, 3-D square.
CULTIVATE ITFigure it out.
CULTUREDA cat or kitten who is a real hipster and knows this list of words and phrases by heart.
CURLY-LOCKSA cat with a regular style haircut.
CUTTo tease or bother.
CUTTINGSRecords.
DADDY-OA real cool friend who is hip to things.
DAPReal cool, crazy, terrific.
DARKTIMENight.
DAZZLE DUSTFace Powder.
DEATH CERTIFICATEReport card.
DEBA girl.
DEEJAY (or DJ)a disc jockey.
DESPAIR BARRELA kittens hope chest.
DETAILSExpression used when reminded of something you forgot. A scolding from parents. A list of some kind.
DIGTo understand.
DIG THATLook at that.
DIG THE DUDGet a load of the square.
DIG YOU LATER, ALLIGATORSo long.
DIGIT DAZZLENail polish.
DISHYReal smooth.
DOLLA really chic girl.
DONT BREATHE THRU ITDont interrupt the conversation. Keep quiet.
DOUBLE BUBBLEFemale fasion plate.
DOUBLE-DOMEA real square.
DOUGH LABHome-Ec lab.
DO WHAT THE WIND DOESLeave; blow.
DO YOU READ ME?Do you understand me?
DRAGA dance, dancer, date, hot rod race. To feel bad. To worry about something.
DRAG & EAT PADA drive-in restaurant.
DRAG ITHurry. Move yourself fast.
DRAG ON A WEEDPuff on a cigarette.
DRAG THIS AND CUT OUTTo leave.
DRAGGIN WAGONA car.
DREAMYPerfect.
DROOLIN WITH SCHOOLINwell educated.
DROOLYTerrific. Heavenly.
DRUGPast tense of word Drag
DUCEA two ($2) dollar bill.
DUCK TAILA hip style of haircut.
DUGSaw it, liked it, understood it. Past tense of Dig
EARTHPADShoes.
EARTHPEOPLEPersecuted teeners.
EGGFoolish person.
EIGHTBALLAn 8-sided square.
ECTO-PLASMSomething or someone who is mysterious.
EEPYInitials E.P. for Elvis. Means heavenly, cool, terrific.
ENDSMoney to take you places.
ESQUIREDude.
EYEBALLINGLooking around.
FAGA cigarette.
FAIR SQUAREA person who digs em all.
FANTABULOUSGreat. Really cool!
FEM SENA girlsschool.
FINANCIALLY EMBARRASSEDBroke.
FINE VINEHandsome suit.
FINESSEBe brief.
FINGERSA jazz pianist.
FIVESFingers.
FLAPPERSEars.
FLAKE OUTSee Party Poop
FLAT KATReal square at something.
FLAT FOOTA policeman.
FLAT TOPCrew cut.
FLICKSThe movies. (This is an oldieonce again brought back to life).
FLICK MAJORMovie devotee.
FLIPReally zonk over something.
FLIP A WIGLose ones temper.
FLIPPERSArms. Hands.
FLOAT PERIODFree hour between classes.
FLOOR SHINERSomeone who gets all the attention.
FLOWERA real plain square.
FLUNKIEEveryones fool.
FLYNowhere a square.
FOG LIFTERA hipster who livens thing up.
FOILA newspaper.
FORT KNOX WITH FEATHERS TO BE SUREA rich, good-looking kat.
FOUR EYESA person who wears glasses.
FRAMEThe shape of your body.
FRANTICMeans dap, cool, terrific.
FREEPA cross between a creep and a freak.
FRIENDLY-FISHNice guys who are hip. And, also kittens.
FUGITIVEPerson who skips a class. A cat or kitten not going steady.
FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICEA person who skips a class, or classes, or school. Also, a person not going steady.
FUNNELSubway. Any kind of passage thats underground.
FURPIECEA dog.
FUZZA policeman or someone ordering you around.
GALVANIZED CRUSTCast iron nerve.
GASSTo flip for or over someone.
GASSERA cat (or kitten) who makes you flip. A cultured hipster.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEYA person who covers you with his eyes from head to toes.
GEORGE1.Ushers at a theatre. 2.O.K.
GET OFF MY TOEStop teasing.
GET ON THE STICKGet busy.
GIGA one night social dance.
GITSee Jit
GISHYSomething or someone who is really miserable.
GIVE ME SOME SKINSlide.
GLAMOUR GOOCosmetics.
GLASSYSmooth.
GLORY ROLLLot of money in a roll.
GLUNKYSomething or someone who is unpleasant. School, for instance.
GO BLOWGet lost.
GO, DADKeep it up.
GO JUICEGasoline in a hot rod.
GO POUND SAND IN A RAT HOLEDrop dead.
GO POUND THE SANDDrop dead! Get lost!
GO TO A HOLLYWOODAttend a movie.
GONEReally great. Terrific.
GONE APEKat off his rocker. Crazy.
GONE DADDYPopular boy.
GOODMeans bad, miserable, a flop.
GOOD HEADWell-liked.
GOOFT make a mistake. To kill time.
GOONA double-dome square.
GOON SQUADA group of douibledome squares.
GOTTA GET UNTRAPPEDMust leave.
GRAB BAGA blind date.
GRASSSharp.
GREASETo eat.
GREASERA tough (he thinks) guy.
GREATJust wonderful.
GREEBYUnpleasant.
GRIMYDistasteful.
GROAN BOXPhonograph.
GROOVYReal cool.
GUNKA scurby cat.
GUY-GOONEYBoy crazy.
GROSSHot but good.
HAIR RAIDCrew haircut.
HARPY HUDDLEgirls party.
HARVEST ITReply to corny remark.
HATTEDGoing steady.
HEAD ONBad mood.
HEATTo get told off.
HEAT STRETCHSummer vacation.
HEAVY BEAMThe hot sun.
HENCHMENFriends.
HEN FESTGirls party.
HEPAn archaic word which means In The Know. Replaced by Hip.
HEY, KING SIZE, GET HIP AND HOPScram. Leave. Get lost.
HIPUp-to-date, cool. A person who knows whats going on. Replaces the word Hep.
HIP CATHip cat and Hep Cat not used very often. Is replaced by word Hipster.
HIPSTERA cool cat or kitten who knows whats going on.
HIT THE FLICKGo to the movies.
HIT THE ROAD, TOADGet lost!
HOLIDA square with a hole in his or her head.
HOLLYWOOD EYESCute kittens.
HOMELYCrazy.
HOODSame as a greaser.
HOPPINGDrive-in (where you eat) waiter.
HORSES NECKA bore.
HOTSomething real cool.
HOT CHOCOLATEvelvety voice.
HOT RODA lipstick. A jazzed-up car.
HOT SKETCHLife of the party.
HOT SPOOKLife of the party.
HOT TICKETLife of the party.
HOUNDBothersome squares.
HOUND MENPolicemen.
HOW MUCH BREAD YOU GOTHow much money have you?
HUB CAPA kat who thinks hes an ace.
HUNGIn love.
HUNK OF PROTOPLASMA big shot.
ICE ITKeep it to yourself. Something told to someone as a secret.
ICKYUnhep.
I DONT SWEAT ITIt doesnt bother me.
IDIOT BOXT.V. set.
IDLE YOUR JIVEDont talk so fast.
INCREASE THE VOLUME(Or Decrease It)Talk louder (or softer).
IRON MANA Calypso player, in a band, using an oil drum instrument.
ITS GOT ITGood joke.
IVIESTA cat who dresses Ivy League style.
IVY-COVEREDA cat with Ivy League apparel. A hip dresser.
JACKETEDTo have a date.
JAILBREAKThe end of a school day.
JAIL HOUSESchool. Also a pad of a hipster with strict parents.
JAILEDPerson going steady. A cat or kitten thats stuck after school or ordered to stay
Home by parents.
JAMTo date.
JAMSBop records.
JAZZYGreat. Terrific. Real cool.
JELLSCools down.
JELLY TOTA very young person who tries to act older than he is.
JET BOMBERA cute chick.
JET JOBA hi-powered auto.
JIGGERSWatch out.
JIM DANDYA cool kat-dopey kitten.
JITA nickelfive cents.
JITTERDOLLGirl jitterbug.
JIVE JUICESoda pop. Any kind of a soda drink.
JONAHA terrific kat.
KATSame as Cat. A cool guy.
KEENSwell. Real sharp.
KEMPA car. Particularly a jalopy.
KERPLUNKERA person who plays a guitar or uke.
KEYBOARDA jazz pianist.
KICKSubject; fun; thrill.
KITCHENChemistry lab.
KITTENA real cool and hip gal.
KNOCK-ITCut it out instantly.
KRUMP OUTSee Party Poop
L-7A square.
LATERBe seeing you.
LAY DEADWait a moment.
LEAVE A STRIPDont burn that rubber (on a car) tire.
LETS BUZZ AROUND THE BARRELLets eat.
LETS CHUCK ITLets eat.
LETS MAKE ITLets leave in a hurry.
LID-LESS CONTAINERA car without a hood on it.
LIKE THE TABLE, UNABLEA refusal.
LINE-UPTwo or more persons waiting to see somebody, especially the principal regarding lateness. The line at fire drill, in the cafeteria.
LINGOSlang.
LIVE IT UPHave a good time.
LOCKED IN COMBATA fellow with his arm around a gal.
LOOTMeans money but is being replaced by hipsters for the word Bread.
LOUNGE LIZARDA wolf.
LUMPIN LIPSKissing.
LUMP ITShut up. Be quiet.
LUSHWhat girls think of Elvis. Lushious!
MAIN DRAGStreet or place where all the kats hang out.
MAKE LIKE A TREE AND LEAVEDrop what youre doing (shed your leaves) and put on your hat and coat (pick up your trunk) and go!
MAKE-OUTTo neck.
MALE ROBBERYStealing dates.
MAN IN GRAYThe postman.
MAN MYA friend.
MARKSIEReally tremendous and great.
MARVELVISAnother word for Elvis (The last five letters spell his name).
MATCH THEIR CATCHTo double date.
MEAT WAGONAn ambulance.
M.O.A.Stands for Make-Out-Artist.
MOLDY-MINDED MISERA square.
MONSTERSomething super.
MORTARNotes from school. Bricks and mortar means Books and Notes.
MUG-NUTTYBoy-crazy.
MUG SHOTSPortrait pictures of yourself.
MUJASMilk.
MURDER, INC.Athletic team in some sport. A group of team mates who pal around
Together regularly.
MUTETalkative.
NASTY BLASTA tough break. Nasty luck.
NITTY-GRITTYWell-dressed.
NIX(Pronounced neex) Means NO!
NODTo sleep.
NOODLINGStudying.
NOWHERELocation of a square or a cube.
OFF-BEATStupid; non-conformist.
OILERA guy who wants to be an ace.
OLD LADIES HOMEAll girls school.
ON A CLOUDA hipster whos really flipped.
ON PILLSOn a diet.
OOGLYPleasant; enjoyable
O.T.L.Out to lunch. A person who doesnt dig what youre saying.
OUTWay out. Knocked out.
OUT FOR KICKSOut for a ball.
PADA place to sleep. A bedroom. A house or apartment.
PADDLING ITWalking.
PAGE OUT OF HARPERS (Or Esquire) (Or Seventeen)A kitten or kat who is dressed
Up to kill.
PAPER CAPERExam.
PARAPUSSA person who makes a funny face.
PALAYUnderstand.
PARTY POOPTo lose the party spirit; to leave a party early.
PASSION PITDrive-in theatre.
P.E.Reverse initials of Elvis. Means Pretender of Elvis. A copycat.
PEEL OUTPush that accelerator down, man, and go, go, go! Same as Bug out
PENCIL ENGINEERINGBluff in a written exam.
PENMANA person who writes his own letter of excuseor who signs his own report card.
PENNYA policeman.
PERAMBULATORA car.
PEZA real sweet kat or kitten.
PIERCINGTerrible. Real wild.
PIGEONA gangster.
PILL PUSHERA doctor.
PINTo notice something. To dig something.
PINKYA snooty person. Also a person tinged with communism.
P.F.G (POLISHED FOR GUESTS)All dolled up.
PLATTER CHATTERA record being played.
PLATTER PUSHERA deejay.
PLAYERA cool Jonah.
PLENTY TOUGHAdmirable.
PLUG THE CORKStop foolin around. Be quiet.
PLUMBERS DEGREEDegree gained by taking pipe courses.
PNEUMONIA HOLEA window.
POKEThe total amount of money you have.
PRESCRIPTIONA menu.
PRISONSchool. Similar to Jailhouse.
PUBLIC ENEMY NO. 1The principal.
PUCKER PAINTLipstick.
PUDDLE JUMPERA car.
PULL A SKUNKMake good grades.
PUMP FRUMPA party-pooper. A deadbeat.
PURR-=Kat tells kitten he likes her.
QUEENAn attractive girl.
QUEER BEERA queer square.
RAGSYour clothes.
RAKEA comb for your hair.
RANKHorrible, terrible, the lowest. Also, very stupid.
RANKEDSized up.
RAUNCHYAmusing.
REAL CLEANSharp lad.
REAL COOL UNITYour dress (or auto) is real cool. Something that is terrific.
REAL FOXYAttractive boy.
REAL GONE DUSTA really cool record.
REAL GEORGEThrilling.
REAL GONEPerfect; convinced; fool.
REAL HIP QUIPA cool saying.
REAL SCROUNGYWitty.
REET MEETGood party.
REVERIEEnd of day at school. The last bell.
RIGHT UP THERETops in something.
RINGCall me up sometime.
RIOT SQUADThe faculty at school. A group of teachers. Also a group of parents.
ROBBERYDate stealing.
ROBERTSBobby sox.
ROCKA kat. The opposite of square.
ROCK THE CLOCKStay out all night.
RODAn auto.
RONCHIESlick but cheap.
ROOTIN, TOOTIN FIG NEWTONA nice big shot or square.
ROUGH, TOUGH CREAM PUFFA terror. A freep.
ROUND-UP TIMEBack-To-School
RUB OUTDo away with.
RUMBLEA gang fight.
SACK OUTSee Party Poop
SAD SESHDull party.
SALT THE TINSoup up the car.
SANDWICH DATEFellow with two girls.
SAVAGESA bunch of kats who travel around in a gang.
SAVE YOUR YARNDont spend too much.
SAVIETo understand.
SCALP BOXCollection of romances.
SCARFTo eat something as if you were almost starved to death.
SCRAPPEROne who is a pest and cant take a hint to Get Lost!
SCRATCHMoney. Sometimes means to write a letter.
SCREWA policeman. A detective.
SCRIBBLETo write.
SCRIBBLE PENA pencil.
SCROUGESloppy.
SCROUNGYBad. Lousy. Terrible.
SCRUMPTo chop someone after he has made a cutting remark.
SHADESDark glasses.
SHAGGet moving.
SHAPELY FIGUREA large roll of (money) bread.
SHAPE UPGet wise to yourself.
SHARPFashionably clad.
SHEENTake around.
SHEIKSharp lad.
SHIMA square.
SHIMMIESMore than one square. A group of squares.
SHOERah-rah type.
SHOOK UPVery excited over something.
SHOOK UP TALEA joke.
SHORT (of shorty)Small, foreign car.
SHOT PARTYA ball.
SHOT RODA cool jalopy.
SIDESPlatters. Records.
SILVER JEFFA nickel.
SILVER WINGFifty cents. A fifty cent piece.
SKIRT-NERTSGirl-crazy.
SKULLDRAGTo study.
SKYPIECEA hat.
SLACK-HAPPYBoy-crazy.
SLAMMERA door. Anything you can slam shut.
SLANDERSomething confidential but everyone knows about it. A secret that isnt.
SLAUGHTER HOUSESchool. Going home to strict parents.
SLAVE DRIVERSParents, teachersor anybody that tries to order you around.
SLICK CHICKFemale fashion-plate. A kitten with a nice figure.
SLIP-STICKSlide rule.
SLOBA square.
SLURPYDelicious.
SMOOTHAttractive, poised. Clever. The most. Great.
SNAKEOne who thinks he is too good for the rest of the gang.
SNOOPERSCOPESEyeglasses.
SONNETA radio or television commercial.
SOUND(Also spelled and pronounced zound) Means an insult like You fat pig!
SOUND ON THE REBOUNDMeans your insult, whatever it is, right back at youand increased two times more.
SOUND WAVESWords and phrases.
SOUPED UPAnything made to go faster, including a person who takes vitamin or energy pills.
SOUPED UP ROLLER SKATEA souped up hot rod.
SPACE BOYA fellow with space between his teeth.
SPACE GALA gal with space between her teeth.
SPILL SOME INKWrite something in ink.
SPINTake a drive in a car.
SPLITTo cut out.
SQUAREUn-hep, foolish, dopey.
SQUIRRELA dopey person.
STATIC IN THE ATTICWhat happens to you when you cant concentrate on something.
STICKA cigarette.
STICKSA back woods city kat or kitten.
STIFFFunny.
STOMPOERSA pair of shades.
STRAIGHTCorrect, perfect.
STRICTLY FROM HUNGERBeyond help.
STROLLERAny kind of a car.
STRUGGLEA dance. Also when dancing.
STUDAnother name for a Kat.
SUCKERA kat going steady.
SUNBEAMA cool kitten.
SUNSHINEA cool kat.
TAGYour name.
TAKE A COTTAGE COURSEMarry before graduation.
TAKE A SPINGet lost! Leave immediately.
TAKE OUT YOUR TEETHBe quiet.
TAKE THE FIFTHTo clam up. Shut up! Keep still! Shut your mouth!
TAKE THE STAIRWAYGet lost.
TEAR JERKERA sob story.
TEARSIm sorry for you. A person who has a lot of trouble and looks for sympathy.
TERRORA barking dog that never bites. A person who looks toughbut only to himself.
THE MOSTThe ultimate, the best.
THE SLAMMER IS SEALED UPThe door is locked and I cant go out. Im locked in.
THATS THE BREAKSThats the way it goes.
THINNo bread. Being broke.
THIN MAN(Or Thin One) Means a dime.
THREADYour cool unit. Your clothes.
TICKER TAPEAn exam paper. A list of details.
TICKLE MY EARPhone me.
TICKLE YOUR FINE SPINEGreat music sounds.
TICKSThe minutes that go by. 60 seconds.
TIGERA cat who is a real hipster.
TIGRESSA kitten who is really hip.
TIN CRATEA car.
TOOLEDDriving a jalopy.
TONSIL MEETCommunity sing.
TO THE UTMOSTSuper, perfect.
TOUGH(Or toughy) A kat thats really the coolest.
TOUGH ENOUGH--Sharp. Fine.
TOUGH TOENAILSMeans tough luck. Too bad.
TREAT ON THE MAIN BEATTo walk on Main Street. To walk where all the kats hang out.
TROTTER BOXESA pair of shoes.
TURKEYA square.
TURN OFF THE FOG(or rain) A person who has a moist way of talking. A juicy talker.
TWEEDYA person who dresses real cheaply.
UN AS A BUNSloppy.
UNGAWA, BWANAOkay. Yes.
UNBELIEVABLEFabulous.
UNRAVEL THE GRAVELTo gossip.
WAILTo cut loose from something.
WAIZ OUTNot true.
WARDENA teacher.
WASTEDBeing broke. Being thin.
WAXINGA record.
WAY OUT FARThe greatest. The coolest.
WAZE OUTIm sorry.
WEEDA cigarette.
WEEPYA sad story or motion picture.
WEIRDLess popular boys.
WEIRDYA mystery movie. Also a mysterious person.
WENT DOWN THE TUBESFlunked a test.
WERE GOING TO WORKMeans were going to a bop. Going to a dance.
WHATS NEW, SHMOO?(or Whats With You, Shmoo?) Whats up, doc? Whats new?
WHATS THE HAPS?Whats up, doc?
WHEELSA car, auto, jalopy.
WIGGenerally means your head although also used to refer to your hair.
WILDReally cool. Crazy. Mostest.
WIND JAMMERSomeone who copies Elvis Presleys style of singing.
WINDOWSEyeglasses.
WIRE FORMING EQUIPMENTBraces on a persons teeth.
WITCH-KITTYDifficult exam.
WITCH-WACKYGirl-crazy.
WRAPPED LOAFA kat or kitten who has bread (money) all in bills.
WRAUNCHYDiscolored.
YARD-A-BIRDA hundred dollars.
YOUNGVILLEA teenager. Can be either a hipster or square. Anyone in their teens.
ZOMBIEA square who looks and acts queer. A weirdy.
ZOMBIE, THE DOMBIEA really dumb freep.
ZONKTo flip your wig. To lose your mind over something.
ZOOLA great guy. A terrific cat.
ZOOLIETremendous. Exceptionally cool and hip.
ZOTEPA square.
ZOUNDSee Sound classification.
 
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Bill67

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Thanks daddio, real gone.

> The following list was assembled by Grottu Orloff from two separate
> listsone appearing in a 1957 issue of COOL MAGAZINE (Compiled by teenagers
> Elaine Coffin and Rusty Minute) and one appearing in DIG MAGAZINE
> (Compiled by Ann Hanson in Wapato, Washington).

> Heres the latest and most complete dictionary of words and phrases used by
> hipsters.

> A-1 CREEP DELUXE GIANT SIZE MODELMeans someone who is a real square. A
> double dome.
> A.B.C.Means Always Be Cool
> ABES CABE--A five ($5) bill.
> ACEHas two meanings. A dollar bill. An important cat.
> AIRAnswer
> ALL SHOOKReally excited about something.
> ALL THAT THERE JAZZMeans all that there stuff, and things, and such.
> ALL WASTEDIts not right. Not with it.
> ANNUAL PILGRIMAGEAnything that happens once a year. June graduation. A
> yearly birthday party. Yearly visit to the doctor or dentist.
> APECool. Crazy. Terrif.
> APPLEA square.
> BADMeans good fitting, suitable
> BAD-DADA cat who thinks hes so rough and toughbut only he, nobody else
> does.
> BAG OF BACTERIAA square. A double dome.
> BAIL OUTTo peel out from a traffic light or around a corner
> BALLSame as Bash. A good time.
> BALLET DANCERA person who dances on their (or your) toes.
> BARGAINA square. Something cheap.
> BARKMoney.
> BASHA ball. A real good time where you enjoyed, or will enjoy, yourself.
> BATSA creep.
> BEATTired
> BENDERSYour arms, knees, elbows legs.
> BIG DADDY--Listen to me kat (or kitten)!
> BIG WIGPopular individual.
> BIG DEALImportant date.
> BIG GEORGEA quarter. 25 cent piece.
> BIRDFoolish.
> BLAHVery unimportant: a non entity.
> BLASTAnother word meaning terrific. A good movie is a blast.
> BLASTINGReal cool, terrific or crazy.
> BLAZETo go.
> BLESSED EVENTA party. A bash. A gig.
> BLUE MANA policeman in uniform.
> BOAST TOASTIEA very conceited gal.
> BOATA car.
> BODOA friend.
> BOILING POTA clique.
> BOMBA car.
> BRAIN DERBYAn exam at school.
> BRAIN STORMA smart kat or kitten.
> BREADMoney or loot.
> BRICKSBooks, particularly schoolbooks.
> BRICKS AND MORTARBooks and notes from school.
> BRIGHTDay.
> BROWN ABEA penny.
> BRUTEWonderfully good.
> BTOAn oldy thats still used. Means Big Time Operator
> BUCKYA person with buck teeth
> BUFFALOA stick-in-the-mud square.
> BUGDriver of car.
> BUG OUTTo leave or drive away fast.
> BUGGED UPTo be talked into something.
> BULLSCops or Highway Patrol.
> BUR-Freeze treatment when a kat thinks a kitten is a creep.
> BURN AN ACESpend a dollar.
> BURY YOURSELFDrop dead, dig a hole, crawl in and cover yourself up. Get
> lost.
> BUSTCaught doing something wrong.
> BUSTIN YOUR WIGSomething that is great, terrific, over-powering.
> BUZZSquad car.
> BUZZ AROUND THE BARRELLets get something to eat.
> BYE THE SIDEBy the way. Also.
> C.I.O.Means Cut It Out
> CALL OF THE WILDTeacher (or school bell) calling class to order.
> CAPERGeometry problem.
> CAGEThe body. Your skeleton.
> CAN---A hot rod.
> CAPPING A RATTLEMaking a lot of noise.
> CARDWitty individual.
> CARTELSame gang of fellows or gals that pal out regularly.
> CATA real cool and hip guy.
> CAT DANCINGJitterbugging.
> CATTED UPDressed up.
> CAVIN TO BE SLAVINWanting to work.
> CELL BLOCKAny room in a school.
> CHAIN GANGGroup of pupils following a teacher. A bunch of squares.
> CHALKA weed. Cigarette.
> CHALKSTICKCigarette.
> CHANGE THE CHANNELLets talk about some other topic. Change the
> conversation, somebodys coming.
> CHANTHome.
> CHEATERSEyeglasses.
> CHECK THATObserve.
> CHEESEATERSA stool pigeon.
> CHEW THAT WAD AGAINRepeat what you were saying, please.
> CHICKA gal thats cool and hip.
> CHLOROPHYL GEORGEA dollar ($1) bill.
> CHOPT cut someone low; a very low and cutting remark.
> CHOPPED RODConvertible.
> CHOW CHOPPERSTeeth.
> CHROME-DOMEA bald cat.
> CHROME-PLATEDA cat or kitten in their very best clothes. All dressed up.
> CLAM---A talkative person.
> CLAM UPYou talk too much.
> CLEAN-CUTA hip kat.
> CLOWNA goon. A real square.
> COME ON WARM, LETS WIGGLELets dance.
> COME TO A FOCUSCome to the point.
> COME TO THE PARTYPay attention.
> CONK OUTSee Party Poop
> CONTAINERA car.
> COOLTerrific. Crazy. The best.
> COOL BREWA tasty drink. (Non-alcoholic)
> COOL HEADB.M.O.C.
> COOL ITTake it easy, slow down.
> COOL JONAHA great guy. A cool kat.
> COOL THREADSNice clothes.
> COOL TOPSFavorite.
> COOL YOUR HEELSTake it easy.
> CORN BALLPoor joke.
> CRANIUMHead.
> CRAWLED THRUGot in.
> CRAZED UPExcellent.
> CRAZYFoolish; funny; different.
> CRIBHouse.
> CUBEA 3-D square.
> CUE BALLA cat or kitten that roams all over.
> CUBINA real 6-sided, 3-D square.
> CULTIVATE ITFigure it out.
> CULTUREDA cat or kitten who is a real hipster and knows this list of words
> and phrases by heart.
> CURLY-LOCKSA cat with a regular style haircut.
> CUTTo tease or bother.
> CUTTINGSRecords.
> DADDY-OA real cool friend who is hip to things.
> DAPReal cool, crazy, terrific.
> DARKTIMENight.
> DAZZLE DUSTFace Powder.
> DEATH CERTIFICATEReport card.
> DEBA girl.
> DEEJAY (or DJ)a disc jockey.
> DESPAIR BARRELA kittens hope chest.
> DETAILSExpression used when reminded of something you forgot. A scolding
> from parents. A list of some kind.
> DIGTo understand.
> DIG THATLook at that.
> DIG THE DUDGet a load of the square.
> DIG YOU LATER, ALLIGATORSo long.
> DIGIT DAZZLENail polish.
> DISHYReal smooth.
> DOLLA really chic girl.
> DONT BREATHE THRU ITDont interrupt the conversation. Keep quiet.
> DOUBLE BUBBLEFemale fasion plate.
> DOUBLE-DOMEA real square.
> DOUGH LABHome-Ec lab.
> DO WHAT THE WIND DOESLeave; blow.
> DO YOU READ ME?Do you understand me?
> DRAGA dance, dancer, date, hot rod race. To feel bad. To worry about
> something.
> DRAG & EAT PADA drive-in restaurant.
> DRAG ITHurry. Move yourself fast.
> DRAG ON A WEEDPuff on a cigarette.
> DRAG THIS AND CUT OUTTo leave.
> DRAGGIN WAGONA car.
> DREAMYPerfect.
> DROOLIN WITH SCHOOLINwell educated.
> DROOLYTerrific. Heavenly.
> DRUGPast tense of word Drag
> DUCEA two ($2) dollar bill.
> DUCK TAILA hip style of haircut.
> DUGSaw it, liked it, understood it. Past tense of Dig
> EARTHPADShoes.
> EARTHPEOPLEPersecuted teeners.
> EGGFoolish person.
> EIGHTBALLAn 8-sided square.
> ECTO-PLASMSomething or someone who is mysterious.
> EEPYInitials E.P. for Elvis. Means heavenly, cool, terrific.
> ENDSMoney to take you places.
> ESQUIREDude.
> EYEBALLINGLooking around.
> FAGA cigarette.
> FAIR SQUAREA person who digs em all.
> FANTABULOUSGreat. Really cool!
> FEM SENA girlsschool.
> FINANCIALLY EMBARRASSEDBroke.
> FINE VINEHandsome suit.
> FINESSEBe brief.
> FINGERSA jazz pianist.
> FIVESFingers.
> FLAPPERSEars.
> FLAKE OUTSee Party Poop
> FLAT KATReal square at something.
> FLAT FOOTA policeman.
> FLAT TOPCrew cut.
> FLICKSThe movies. (This is an oldieonce again brought back to life).
> FLICK MAJORMovie devotee.
> FLIPReally zonk over something.
> FLIP A WIGLose ones temper.
> FLIPPERSArms. Hands.
> FLOAT PERIODFree hour between classes.
> FLOOR SHINERSomeone who gets all the attention.
> FLOWERA real plain square.
> FLUNKIEEveryones fool.
> FLYNowhere a square.
> FOG LIFTERA hipster who livens thing up.
> FOILA newspaper.
> FORT KNOX WITH FEATHERS TO BE SUREA rich, good-looking kat.
> FOUR EYESA person who wears glasses.
> FRAMEThe shape of your body.
> FRANTICMeans dap, cool, terrific.
> FREEPA cross between a creep and a freak.
> FRIENDLY-FISHNice guys who are hip. And, also kittens.
> FUGITIVEPerson who skips a class. A cat or kitten not going steady.
> FUGITIVE FROM JUSTICEA person who skips a class, or classes, or school.
> Also, a person not going steady.
> FUNNELSubway. Any kind of passage thats underground.
> FURPIECEA dog.
> FUZZA policeman or someone ordering you around.
> GALVANIZED CRUSTCast iron nerve.
> GASSTo flip for or over someone.
> GASSERA cat (or kitten) who makes you flip. A cultured hipster.
> GEOLOGICAL SURVEYA person who covers you with his eyes from head to toes.
> GEORGE1.Ushers at a theatre. 2.O.K.
> GET OFF MY TOEStop teasing.
> GET ON THE STICKGet busy.
> GIGA one night social dance.
> GITSee Jit
> GISHYSomething or someone who is really miserable.
> GIVE ME SOME SKINSlide.
> GLAMOUR GOOCosmetics.
> GLASSYSmooth.
> GLORY ROLLLot of money in a roll.
> GLUNKYSomething or someone who is unpleasant. School, for instance.
> GO BLOWGet lost.
> GO, DADKeep it up.
> GO JUICEGasoline in a hot rod.
> GO POUND SAND IN A RAT HOLEDrop dead.
> GO POUND THE SANDDrop dead! Get lost!
> GO TO A HOLLYWOODAttend a movie.
> GONEReally great. Terrific.
> GONE APEKat off his rocker. Crazy.
> GONE DADDYPopular boy.
> GOODMeans bad, miserable, a flop.
> GOOD HEADWell-liked.
> GOOFT make a mistake. To kill time.
> GOONA double-dome square.
> GOON SQUADA group of douibledome squares.
> GOTTA GET UNTRAPPEDMust leave.
> GRAB BAGA blind date.
> GRASSSharp.
> GREASETo eat.
> GREASERA tough (he thinks) guy.
> GREATJust wonderful.
> GREEBYUnpleasant.
> GRIMYDistasteful.
> GROAN BOXPhonograph.
> GROOVYReal cool.
> GUNKA scurby cat.
> GUY-GOONEYBoy crazy.
> GROSSHot but good.
> HAIR RAIDCrew haircut.
> HARPY HUDDLEgirls party.
> HARVEST ITReply to corny remark.
> HATTEDGoing steady.
> HEAD ONBad mood.
> HEATTo get told off.
> HEAT STRETCHSummer vacation.
> HEAVY BEAMThe hot sun.
> HENCHMENFriends.
> HEN FESTGirls party.
> HEPAn archaic word which means In The Know. Replaced by Hip.
> HEY, KING SIZE, GET HIP AND HOPScram. Leave. Get lost.
> HIPUp-to-date, cool. A person who knows whats going on. Replaces the word
> Hep.
> HIP CATHip cat and Hep Cat not used very often. Is replaced by word
> Hipster.
> HIPSTERA cool cat or kitten who knows whats going on.
> HIT THE FLICKGo to the movies.
> HIT THE ROAD, TOADGet lost!
> HOLIDA square with a hole in his or her head.
> HOLLYWOOD EYESCute kittens.
> HOMELYCrazy.
> HOODSame as a greaser.
> HOPPINGDrive-in (where you eat) waiter.
> HORSES NECKA bore.
> HOTSomething real cool.
> HOT CHOCOLATEvelvety voice.
> HOT RODA lipstick. A jazzed-up car.
> HOT SKETCHLife of the party.
> HOT SPOOKLife of the party.
> HOT TICKETLife of the party.
> HOUNDBothersome squares.
> HOUND MENPolicemen.
> HOW MUCH BREAD YOU GOTHow much money have you?
> HUB CAPA kat who thinks hes an ace.
> HUNGIn love.
> HUNK OF PROTOPLASMA big shot.
> ICE ITKeep it to yourself. Something told to someone as a secret.
> ICKYUnhep.
> I DONT SWEAT ITIt doesnt bother me.
> IDIOT BOXT.V. set.
> IDLE YOUR JIVEDont talk so fast.
> INCREASE THE VOLUME(Or Decrease It)Talk louder (or softer).
> IRON MANA Calypso player, in a band, using an oil drum instrument.
> ITS GOT ITGood joke.
> IVIESTA cat who dresses Ivy League style.
> IVY-COVEREDA cat with Ivy League apparel. A hip dresser.
> JACKETEDTo have a date.
> JAILBREAKThe end of a school day.
> JAIL HOUSESchool. Also a pad of a hipster with strict parents.
> JAILEDPerson going steady. A cat or kitten thats stuck after school or
> ordered to stay
> Home by parents.
> JAMTo date.
> JAMSBop records.
> JAZZYGreat. Terrific. Real cool.
> JELLSCools down.
> JELLY TOTA very young person who tries to act older than he is.
> JET BOMBERA cute chick.
> JET JOBA hi-powered auto.
> JIGGERSWatch out.
> JIM DANDYA cool kat-dopey kitten.
> JITA nickelfive cents.
> JITTERDOLLGirl jitterbug.
> JIVE JUICESoda pop. Any kind of a soda drink.
> JONAHA terrific kat.
> KATSame as Cat. A cool guy.
> KEENSwell. Real sharp.
> KEMPA car. Particularly a jalopy.
> KERPLUNKERA person who plays a guitar or uke.
> KEYBOARDA jazz pianist.
> KICKSubject; fun; thrill.
> KITCHENChemistry lab.
> KITTENA real cool and hip gal.
> KNOCK-ITCut it out instantly.
> KRUMP OUTSee Party Poop
> L-7A square.
> LATERBe seeing you.
> LAY DEADWait a moment.
> LEAVE A STRIPDont burn that rubber (on a car) tire.
> LETS BUZZ AROUND THE BARRELLets eat.
> LETS CHUCK ITLets eat.
> LETS MAKE ITLets leave in a hurry.
> LID-LESS CONTAINERA car without a hood on it.
> LIKE THE TABLE, UNABLEA refusal.
> LINE-UPTwo or more persons waiting to see somebody, especially the
> principal regarding lateness. The line at fire drill, in the cafeteria.
> LINGOSlang.
> LIVE IT UPHave a good time.
> LOCKED IN COMBATA fellow with his arm around a gal.
> LOOTMeans money but is being replaced by hipsters for the word Bread.
> LOUNGE LIZARDA wolf.
> LUMPIN LIPSKissing.
> LUMP ITShut up. Be quiet.
> LUSHWhat girls think of Elvis. Lushious!
> MAIN DRAGStreet or place where all the kats hang out.
> MAKE LIKE A TREE AND LEAVEDrop what youre doing (shed your leaves) and put
> on your hat and coat (pick up your trunk) and go!
> MAKE-OUTTo neck.
> MALE ROBBERYStealing dates.
> MAN IN GRAYThe postman.
> MAN MYA friend.
> MARKSIEReally tremendous and great.
> MARVELVISAnother word for Elvis (The last five letters spell his name).
> MATCH THEIR CATCHTo double date.
> MEAT WAGONAn ambulance.
> M.O.A.Stands for Make-Out-Artist.
> MOLDY-MINDED MISERA square.
> MONSTERSomething super.
> MORTARNotes from school. Bricks and mortar means Books and Notes.
> MUG-NUTTYBoy-crazy.
> MUG SHOTSPortrait pictures of yourself.
> MUJASMilk.
> MURDER, INC.Athletic team in some sport. A group of team mates who pal
> around
> Together regularly.
> MUTETalkative.
> NASTY BLASTA tough break. Nasty luck.
> NITTY-GRITTYWell-dressed.
> NIX(Pronounced neex) Means NO!
> NODTo sleep.
> NOODLINGStudying.
> NOWHERELocation of a square or a cube.
> OFF-BEATStupid; non-conformist.
> OILERA guy who wants to be an ace.
> OLD LADIES HOMEAll girls school.
> ON A CLOUDA hipster whos really flipped.
> ON PILLSOn a diet.
> OOGLYPleasant; enjoyable
> O.T.L.Out to lunch. A person who doesnt dig what youre saying.
> OUTWay out. Knocked out.
> OUT FOR KICKSOut for a ball.
> PADA place to sleep. A bedroom. A house or apartment.
> PADDLING ITWalking.
> PAGE OUT OF HARPERS (Or Esquire) (Or Seventeen)A kitten or kat who is
> dressed
> Up to kill.
> PAPER CAPERExam.
> PARAPUSSA person who makes a funny face.
> PALAYUnderstand.
> PARTY POOPTo lose the party spirit; to leave a party early.
> PASSION PITDrive-in theatre.
> P.E.Reverse initials of Elvis. Means Pretender of Elvis. A copycat.
> PEEL OUTPush that accelerator down, man, and go, go, go! Same as Bug out
> PENCIL ENGINEERINGBluff in a written exam.
> PENMANA person who writes his own letter of excuseor who signs his own
> report card.
> PENNYA policeman.
> PERAMBULATORA car.
> PEZA real sweet kat or kitten.
> PIERCINGTerrible. Real wild.
> PIGEONA gangster.
> PILL PUSHERA doctor.
> PINTo notice something. To dig something.
> PINKYA snooty person. Also a person tinged with communism.
> P.F.G (POLISHED FOR GUESTS)All dolled up.
> PLATTER CHATTERA record being played.
> PLATTER PUSHERA deejay.
> PLAYERA cool Jonah.
> PLENTY TOUGHAdmirable.
> PLUG THE CORKStop foolin around. Be quiet.
> PLUMBERS DEGREEDegree gained by taking pipe courses.
> PNEUMONIA HOLEA window.
> POKEThe total amount of money you have.
> PRESCRIPTIONA menu.
> PRISONSchool. Similar to Jailhouse.
> PUBLIC ENEMY NO. 1The principal.
> PUCKER PAINTLipstick.
> PUDDLE JUMPERA car.
> PULL A SKUNKMake good grades.
> PUMP FRUMPA party-pooper. A deadbeat.
> PURR-=Kat tells kitten he likes her.
> QUEENAn attractive girl.
> QUEER BEERA queer square.
> RAGSYour clothes.
> RAKEA comb for your hair.
> RANKHorrible, terrible, the lowest. Also, very stupid.
> RANKEDSized up.
> RAUNCHYAmusing.
> REAL CLEANSharp lad.
> REAL COOL UNITYour dress (or auto) is real cool. Something that is
> terrific.
> REAL FOXYAttractive boy.
> REAL GONE DUSTA really cool record.
> REAL GEORGEThrilling.
> REAL GONEPerfect; convinced; fool.
> REAL HIP QUIPA cool saying.
> REAL SCROUNGYWitty.
> REET MEETGood party.
> REVERIEEnd of day at school. The last bell.
> RIGHT UP THERETops in something.
> RINGCall me up sometime.
> RIOT SQUADThe faculty at school. A group of teachers. Also a group of
> parents.
> ROBBERYDate stealing.
> ROBERTSBobby sox.
> ROCKA kat. The opposite of square.
> ROCK THE CLOCKStay out all night.
> RODAn auto.
> RONCHIESlick but cheap.
> ROOTIN, TOOTIN FIG NEWTONA nice big shot or square.
> ROUGH, TOUGH CREAM PUFFA terror. A freep.
> ROUND-UP TIMEBack-To-School
> RUB OUTDo away with.
> RUMBLEA gang fight.
> SACK OUTSee Party Poop
> SAD SESHDull party.
> SALT THE TINSoup up the car.
> SANDWICH DATEFellow with two girls.
> SAVAGESA bunch of kats who travel around in a gang.
> SAVE YOUR YARNDont spend too much.
> SAVIETo understand.
> SCALP BOXCollection of romances.
> SCARFTo eat something as if you were almost starved to death.
> SCRAPPEROne who is a pest and cant take a hint to Get Lost!
> SCRATCHMoney. Sometimes means to write a letter.
> SCREWA policeman. A detective.
> SCRIBBLETo write.
> SCRIBBLE PENA pencil.
> SCROUGESloppy.
> SCROUNGYBad. Lousy. Terrible.
> SCRUMPTo chop someone after he has made a cutting remark.
> SHADESDark glasses.
> SHAGGet moving.
> SHAPELY FIGUREA large roll of (money) bread.
> SHAPE UPGet wise to yourself.
> SHARPFashionably clad.
> SHEENTake around.
> SHEIKSharp lad.
> SHIMA square.
> SHIMMIESMore than one square. A group of squares.
> SHOERah-rah type.
> SHOOK UPVery excited over something.
> SHOOK UP TALEA joke.
> SHORT (of shorty)Small, foreign car.
> SHOT PARTYA ball.
> SHOT RODA cool jalopy.
> SIDESPlatters. Records.
> SILVER JEFFA nickel.
> SILVER WINGFifty cents. A fifty cent piece.
> SKIRT-NERTSGirl-crazy.
> SKULLDRAGTo study.
> SKYPIECEA hat.
> SLACK-HAPPYBoy-crazy.
> SLAMMERA door. Anything you can slam shut.
> SLANDERSomething confidential but everyone knows about it. A secret that
> isnt.
> SLAUGHTER HOUSESchool. Going home to strict parents.
> SLAVE DRIVERSParents, teachersor anybody that tries to order you around.
> SLICK CHICKFemale fashion-plate. A kitten with a nice figure.
> SLIP-STICKSlide rule.
> SLOBA square.
> SLURPYDelicious.
> SMOOTHAttractive, poised. Clever. The most. Great.
> SNAKEOne who thinks he is too good for the rest of the gang.
> SNOOPERSCOPESEyeglasses.
> SONNETA radio or television commercial.
> SOUND(Also spelled and pronounced zound) Means an insult like You fat pig!
> SOUND ON THE REBOUNDMeans your insult, whatever it is, right back at
> youand increased two times more.
> SOUND WAVESWords and phrases.
> SOUPED UPAnything made to go faster, including a person who takes vitamin
> or energy pills.
> SOUPED UP ROLLER SKATEA souped up hot rod.
> SPACE BOYA fellow with space between his teeth.
> SPACE GALA gal with space between her teeth.
> SPILL SOME INKWrite something in ink.
> SPINTake a drive in a car.
> SPLITTo cut out.
> SQUAREUn-hep, foolish, dopey.
> SQUIRRELA dopey person.
> STATIC IN THE ATTICWhat happens to you when you cant concentrate on
> something.
> STICKA cigarette.
> STICKSA back woods city kat or kitten.
> STIFFFunny.
> STOMPOERSA pair of shades.
> STRAIGHTCorrect, perfect.
> STRICTLY FROM HUNGERBeyond help.
> STROLLERAny kind of a car.
> STRUGGLEA dance. Also when dancing.
> STUDAnother name for a Kat.
> SUCKERA kat going steady.
> SUNBEAMA cool kitten.
> SUNSHINEA cool kat.
> TAGYour name.
> TAKE A COTTAGE COURSEMarry before graduation.
> TAKE A SPINGet lost! Leave immediately.
> TAKE OUT YOUR TEETHBe quiet.
> TAKE THE FIFTHTo clam up. Shut up! Keep still! Shut your mouth!
> TAKE THE STAIRWAYGet lost.
> TEAR JERKERA sob story.
> TEARSIm sorry for you. A person who has a lot of trouble and looks for
> sympathy.
> TERRORA barking dog that never bites. A person who looks toughbut only to
> himself.
> THE MOSTThe ultimate, the best.
> THE SLAMMER IS SEALED UPThe door is locked and I cant go out. Im locked
> in.
> THATS THE BREAKSThats the way it goes.
> THINNo bread. Being broke.
> THIN MAN(Or Thin One) Means a dime.
> THREADYour cool unit. Your clothes.
> TICKER TAPEAn exam paper. A list of details.
> TICKLE MY EARPhone me.
> TICKLE YOUR FINE SPINEGreat music sounds.
> TICKSThe minutes that go by. 60 seconds.
> TIGERA cat who is a real hipster.
> TIGRESSA kitten who is really hip.
> TIN CRATEA car.
> TOOLEDDriving a jalopy.
> TONSIL MEETCommunity sing.
> TO THE UTMOSTSuper, perfect.
> TOUGH(Or toughy) A kat thats really the coolest.
> TOUGH ENOUGH--Sharp. Fine.
> TOUGH TOENAILSMeans tough luck. Too bad.
> TREAT ON THE MAIN BEATTo walk on Main Street. To walk where all the kats
> hang out.
> TROTTER BOXESA pair of shoes.
> TURKEYA square.
> TURN OFF THE FOG(or rain) A person who has a moist way of talking. A juicy
> talker.
> TWEEDYA person who dresses real cheaply.
> UN AS A BUNSloppy.
> UNGAWA, BWANAOkay. Yes.
> UNBELIEVABLEFabulous.
> UNRAVEL THE GRAVELTo gossip.
> WAILTo cut loose from something.
> WAIZ OUTNot true.
> WARDENA teacher.
> WASTEDBeing broke. Being thin.
> WAXINGA record.
> WAY OUT FARThe greatest. The coolest.
> WAZE OUTIm sorry.
> WEEDA cigarette.
> WEEPYA sad story or motion picture.
> WEIRDLess popular boys.
> WEIRDYA mystery movie. Also a mysterious person.
> WENT DOWN THE TUBESFlunked a test.
> WERE GOING TO WORKMeans were going to a bop. Going to a dance.
> WHATS NEW, SHMOO?(or Whats With You, Shmoo?) Whats up, doc? Whats new?
> WHATS THE HAPS?Whats up, doc?
> WHEELSA car, auto, jalopy.
> WIGGenerally means your head although also used to refer to your hair.
> WILDReally cool. Crazy. Mostest.
> WIND JAMMERSomeone who copies Elvis Presleys style of singing.
> WINDOWSEyeglasses.
> WIRE FORMING EQUIPMENTBraces on a persons teeth.
> WITCH-KITTYDifficult exam.
> WITCH-WACKYGirl-crazy.
> WRAPPED LOAFA kat or kitten who has bread (money) all in bills.
> WRAUNCHYDiscolored.
> YARD-A-BIRDA hundred dollars.
> YOUNGVILLEA teenager. Can be either a hipster or square. Anyone in their
> teens.
> ZOMBIEA square who looks and acts queer. A weirdy.
> ZOMBIE, THE DOMBIEA really dumb freep.
> ZONKTo flip your wig. To lose your mind over something.
> ZOOLA great guy. A terrific cat.
> ZOOLIETremendous. Exceptionally cool and hip.
> ZOTEPA square.
> ZOUNDSee Sound classification.
 
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Mr.Improper PIMP of the fuckin nation..and goodwil

Guest
Lemme giver a try:

First off, no "an" in the word dickknob. it would be "Talk like a '50s person".

GFY means= Go f*** Yourself(this means YOU f***face)
GBTFYD means= Go back to f***in your dad
GTFOOHNDS means+ get the f*** out of here now dicksmack
YMIA$2WWHSWOL means=Your mom is a $2 whore who has sex with Oompa Loompas

yeah, I can see myself talking "an" more and more 50's by the minute.
 
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