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Jazz Age Jive
Words by Decade
"Defining the BIG WORDS of the Roaring '20s"
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During the Roaring '20s, if an individual were to toss off a little "COFFIN VARNISH" what would they be doing?
Wearing make up
Drinking bootleg liquor
Why would any Jazz Age flapper be merry about wearing a "HANDCUFF"?
Her criminal career has ended
She's finally caught her man
Bracelets accent any outfit
Her purse is attached to it
When a 1920s theater arranged for a real "WHANGDOODLE" a patron would most likely be enjoying what form of entertainment?
During the Jazz Age, a man that was remiss in his attentions might need to give his girl an "ALIBI" to make things rosy again, which is best described by which of the following choices?
Box of flowers
If an individual were idly referred to as a "DEWDROPPER" in Roaring '20s lingo what were they in reality?
Jazz band musician
Unemployed young man that sleeps all day
Appearing so repeatedly in the 1920s newspapers that it was criminal what does the term "CHICAGO TYPEWRITER" mean?
In the 1920s, a flapper might haltingly tell the man in her life that the "BANK'S CLOSED", which would indicate what state of affairs?
No kissing and/or making out
Topic of conversation is closed to further discussion
No money on hand
The term "PROM-TROTTER" was Jazz Age slang for a high school student that engaged in which of the following activities?
Dating multiple people at the same time
Racing about to attend all school social functions
During the Roaring '20s, if an individual took their date to a "PETTING PANTRY" with a view to having a moving experience, which of the following venues did they visit?
Sitting room or parlour
In the Jazz Age era the coupling of the lovely terms "SHEIK AND SHEBA" referred to which of the following choices?
A type of dance
Boyfriend and girfriend
Towel and sheet sets
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Compiled Jun 28 12