Replacement word for the profanity "bullshit", used by vintage lifestylists to make fun of the old censorship laws. Refers to lying or exagerating.
What a bunch of bologna. You don't believe that, do you?
vintage life-stylists who like the jazz poetry coffee shoppe scene and anything pertaining to the beatnik era
Beatniks don't clap, they snap
Replacement word for the profanity "fuck", used by vintage lifestylists to make fun of the old censorship laws
Ah, fudge, I dropped my pencil
American vintage, Golden Era, overstuffed, velvet upholstered furniture
Her house is all plush in every room
Replacement for the profanity, used by vintage lifestylists to make fun of the old censorship laws. Also used: gee, golly, gosh, etc.
Good Gravy! Did you see that? Is that even legal in this state?
A sexy men's hairstyle worn by many vintage life-stylists who nod toward the nifty 50s. Nickname of pompadour, which is short on the sides and back, long on top, greased back, height on top, worn with well trimmed side-burns
Did you see that guy with the pomp? He's so hot.
Complimentary term used to describe vintage life-stylist girls who look as gorgeous as the bombshell paintings used on WWII fighter jets
What bombshell beauties, I'd date any of those gals