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What were popular sayings in the 1950s?
Last Updated: 17th May, 2020
- "Hey, Daddy-O" Andrew Zaeh for Bustle.
- "Made In The Shade" Andrew Zaeh for Bustle.
- "Everything's Copacetic" Hannah Burton/Bustle.
- "You're A Cool Cat" Andrew Zaeh for Bustle.
- "Let's Burn Rubber" GaudiLab/Shutterstock.
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In this way, what were some slang words in the 1950s?
20 Slang Terms From the 1950s No One Uses Anymore
- Made in the shade.
- Burn rubber.
- Wig chop.
- Back seat bingo.
Subsequently, question is, what was cool in the 1950s? Ten Trends from the Fabulous Fifties
- Soda Fountains. If you wanted a cold, refreshing drink or ice cream back in the 50s, soda fountains were the new answer.
- Poodle Skirts.
- Sock Hops.
- The Conical Bra.
- Drive-In Theaters.
- Coonskin Caps.
- Hula Hoop.
Also to know, what were girls called in the 50's?
What was some greaser slang?
a person or thing that greases. Slang: Extremely Disparaging and Offensive. a contemptuous term used to refer to a Latin American, especially a Mexican. Slang. a swaggering young tough, especially a member of a street gang.