A gas: a lot of fun.
Bogart: To "hog" something.
Bone Yard: auto wrecking yard.
Bookin': going real fast, usually in a car.
Cat: a guy.
Choice: really cool.
Chop: to cut down verbally.
Chrome Dome: a bald guy.
Church Key: before poptops, a soda can was opened with one of these.
Cool Head: nice guy.
Copasetic: very good; all right, as in "no problem."
Crash: go to bed; go to sleep.
Cut out: to leave without ceremony.
Daddy's Car: a car that was very conservative looking; that might be owned by your parents.
Dig: do you understand?
A Drag: someone or something that's boring.
Dude: in the 60s, a dude was a geek.
Far out: excellent, cool.
Fink: a tattletale.
Flower child: a hippie.
Fuzz: the police.
Gimme some skin: shake hands.
Going Steady: if you were "going steady," you were dating only one special person.
Gone: cool, groovy, neat, neato.
Groovy: nice, "cool" or neat. Used commonly among hippies in the 60's.
Gutt Waddin': any type of cheap fast food, to fill you up and take the hunger away.
Heavy: deep, cool, sad.
Jam: to leave the area.
Jazzed: elated, excited
Lip Flappin': talking about things of little importance.
Old Lady: your Mother.
Old Man: your Father.
Paper Shaker: cheerleader.
Sad: an expression of disapproval.
Sosh: meaning a person who is stuck-up, snooty, and thinks they are better than everyone else.
Square: someone who was not "cool."
Teach: a teacher.
Think Fast: it usually was used to tell you to get ready because someone was tossing you something.
Tooling: to cruise or drive around without aim.
What's Your Bag, Man?: What's your problem?
Woody Wagon: a wood sided station wagon used to transport surfboards and surfers to and from the beach.
A.F.A.: instead of signing letters or yearbooks with "sincerely" or "love," kids in the 1970s sometimes signed with "A.F.A.," which stands for "A Friend Always."
Boss!: cool; awesome.
Check ya later: see you later.
Dy-no-mite!: great. Made popular by the TV series Good Times.
Far out, man!: That ís really cool!
Foxy: good looking.
Gravy: sweet, cool, excellent.
I Hear That: I accept your decision.
Jinkies!: sign of surprise, "Oh my gosh!" "Oh dear!"
Jive Turkey: a detestable person.
Later: see you later.
Let's book: let's leave this place.
Mellow out: chill out or calm down.
Outta Sight: far-out. Very cool or good.
See ya on the flipside: see ya later.
Slide: to give.
As If!: I'd rather not!
Awesome: something extremely good.
Barney: an unattractive male.
Bogus: not good.
Bonus: used to denote satisfaction or one's approval.
Boss: very cool.
Bow-Head: another name for preppie-usually a silly girl who wore a big bow in her hair.
Brody: police officer.
Take a Chill Pill: take it easy, calm down.
Chillin': to be resting.
Cool Beans: cool, awesome, agreeable.
Deck: to beat someone up.
Def: something very hip.
Don't Have a Cow: remain calm, don't get excited.
Dudical: used to describe a place or thing as cool as someone dubbed a "dude."
Dweeb: someone who is not cool.
Fer Sure: definitely.
Fresh: very new, used in reference to music.
Gag Me With a Spoon: disgusting.
Generic: of poor quality; poorly planned or executed.
Gross Me Out the Door: very disgusting.
Make Me Barf: a way to signal disgust with a situation.
McFly: someone has just done something very stupid.
Nice Play, Shakespeare: that was a really stupid action.
Preppie: a person who dressed in upscale clothing and acted snobbish towards people not in the same social standings.
Radical: something extremely hip, almost awesome.
Stoked: very excited.
Val: short for Valley Girl.
Wicked: excellent or great.
Yuppie: a person who is a white collar worker who has possessions of an expensive nature and flaunts them.