Hiya, Bazooka dee! What's the blow? Okay, those are actually made-up slang words that mean nothing to those in this decade or the 1920s. But if you want to learn actual slang of flappers and bootleggers, you've come to the right quiz.
If someone says "nerts!" to you, they're saying:
"go to hell"
"I love you"
What do you need if you ask for some clams?
What's another '20s slang term for money?
What might an "embalmer" do in the 1920s?
embalm dead people
If you look spiffy, you look:
real nice and elegant
If something is ducky, it’s:
If your dogs hurt, you're feeling pain:
in your hands
in your feet
in your legs
What's a 1920s term that means "woman?"
If you're stuck on somebody, you're:
You're literally stuck on them.
You're angry at them.
sweet on them
If you tell someone they're all wet, you mean:
If you order a brown plaid, you'll get:
a rare steak
a warm beer
What kind of a person would be called a bimbo in the 1920s?
a flaky woman
a tough guy
an old lady
A palooka is:
a terrible boxer
a big oaf
If you're annoyed with an insulting comment in the 1920s, you might retort:
"To the moon."
"So's your old man."
A female bootlegger was called a:
The term "milquetoast" came about in the 1920s because of a:
famous French flapper
a popular song
comic strip character
If you're on a toot, you're:
with a ladyfriend
on a drinking binge
If someone tells you "don't take any wooden nickels," they mean:
don't spend too much money
don't be dumb
don't eat old mayonnaise
If you're wearing cheaters, you're wearing:
If everything is Jake, it's:
extremely messed up
We all know the term "the cat's pajamas," but where did it come from?
Cats used to wear trendy sleepclothes pre-20th century.
Nobody really knows.
The term evolved from the phrase "the Queen Catherine's gown."
What's another nonsense exclamation used in the 1920s?
Name "The Simpsons" quote that borrows from 1920s slang.