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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by geoff_in_nc, Oct 20, 2020.
Back in my day we called those "books with Fabio on the cover"
No BLTs before 1950?
field effect transistor
Klaatu barada nikto
To the moon, Alice!
How High The Moon
I’m older than you. Mine is:
In the beginning.....
Happy hour, hard Rock and Hip huggers!
Note: Any correlation between this list and myself is purely coincidental.
Well, I sure hope this wasn't invented with me in mind!!!
Hard to imagine this wasn't a thing till I came along!
You must be very proud! (in a manner of speaking...)
Tonight the dictionary informed me that the term "art deco" was first used in 1966. Last week it informed me that the word "preference" is offensive.
I think I'm done with it.
arugula (huh? What did they call it before?)
Reverb and road trip ... fine with me.
Anime, crack house and sexual predator. Sadly none have since proven needless.
Big Bang Theory
Home computer. In 1955?
Stir fry. Hmm, kinda thinkin' that started long ago.
Spin the bottle
Sonicate. Yeah, I get first dibs to use this one.
A quick scan of that site has some interesting doozies from 1968:
Coronavirus (not a commentary on anything that might be happening in the future, just the general term)
Most of what they have listed there aren't even words.
The first cited use of a word is often misleading. It usually takes a long time before they make it into print.
I saw rubber-chicken, yes hyphenated, in there somewhere for 1972.