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 Curse Words

(But you didn't hear them from us!)



"Jumpin' Jahosafat!"


"Heavens to Betsy!"

"Holy Cow"


"Geez Louise"

"Sugar tit!"


"Jimminy Cricket"

"Hell's Bells"

"Bull Hockey"

"Great Ceasar's Ghost!"


Slang words from the 1940's


"Above my pay grade" –Don’t ask me

"Armored heifer" –Canned milk 

"Beef" -A disagreement, argument.

"Bender" -A drinking spree.

"Booger" -A brat, a rascal.

"Buy the farm" -To die

"Buzz" -Tipsiness

"Hang!" -Interjection of frustration or emphasis

"Hen fruit" –Eggs

"Hi sugar, are you rationed?" –Are you going steady?  

"hipster" -A member of the counterculture of the 40s (Origin of ‘hippie’)

"hitch" - To marry

"Holy mackerel!" -An interjection of surprise

"Hot dog!" -An interjection of surprise

"hotshot" -Expert

"Rhubarb" - Argument, squabble

"Sauced" - Drunk, intoxicated

"Share crop" –Sexually promiscuous girl 

"Snap your cap" –Get angry 

"Stompers' –Shoes

"Straight up" -Without ice.

"What’s buzzin’, cousin?" –How’s it going? 

"Wolf" -Aggressively forward male



Slang words from the 1930's


"Abercrombie" -A know it all

"All wet" -No good

"Baby" -A glass of milk

"Beat" -Broke

"Bumpin' gums" -Talk about nothing useful

"Canary" -Female vocalist

"Clam bake wild" -Swing"

"Crumb" -A fink, a loser by social standards

"Dead hoofer" -Bad dancer

"Dollface" -A woman

"Eggs in coffee" -Running smoothly

"Genius" -An extreamly, unbelievably dumb person

"Honey Cooler" -Kiss

"Murder!" -Wow

"Slip me Five" -Shake my hand


Slang words from the 1920's


"Applesauce!" -“Horsefeathers!”

"Bank's Closed" -What you tell someone to stop making out

"Bearcat" -A lively, spirited woman, possibly with a fiery streak

"Bee's Knees" -Anything that's good.

"Bushwa!" -Bullshit!

"Blow" -Wild party

"Bean picker" -One who tries to patch up trouble.

"Cancelled Stamp" -A shy, lonely female,“wallflower”

"Duck's Quack" -The best thing ever.

"Dog Kennels" -Pair of shoes.

"Dogs" -Feet.

"Dimbox" -Taxicab

"Eye Opener" -Marriage

"Fig Leaf" -One piece bathing suit.

"Giggle Water" -Liquor, alcoholic beverage

"Go chase yourself!" - “Get out of here!”

"Hip Hound" -One who drinks hooch

"Let's Blouse!" -Let's go!

"Lemon Squeezer" -An Elevator

"Noodle Juice"-Tea

"Oliver Twist" -An extremely good dancer

"Petting Pantry" -A cinema or movie theatre

"Whoopee" -To have a good time, “make whoopee”

"Whangdoodle" -Jazz band music



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The Agency have also worked extensively as singers and dancers in Film, TV and Stage with credits including back-up for crooner Michael Bublé and Carmen Electra along with performances in the feature films and TV Shows The Company you Keep, Red Riding Hood, Sucker Punch, Center Stage 2, Shall we Dance, Once Upon a Time, Psych, Supernatural, Smallville, Timeless, Cedar Cove, Fringe, Batwoman and oh so many more!