Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by geoff_in_nc, Oct 20, 2020.
DIY. First coined in 1955.
Also, Factor IX and fallout shelter.
For me, amongst many others, « air guitar » and « urge incontinence »...
Is there a hidden correlation?
I sure hope these phrases born the same year as me are not some kind of premonition for my own future...
It’s not on their list, but I was born the year Watergate came into universal consciousness.
Acidhead, quaalude, meth, turned-on, mind-blowing...
I stopped at Scintillation Counter, my lifelong career goal.
These are when Webster added them to the dictionary. All had been in use prior to the listed year. There is a link for first known use. I came up with the same 1964 words as the O.P.
Antisocial personality disorder
Harissa? Color me dubious it's not older than me.
The 90s seemed pretty cool
margarita (50s = Cocktails)
rockabilly (..seems right)
hoody (damn kids thing they invented everything )
psychedelic (just wait a few years)
ultrahip (but, of course!)
Anyone who lives near you probably needs a fallout shelter
"What's that round thing?"
"I don't know, but it's handy"
"let's call it a wheel!"
damn junky hippies
(I'm '66 also)
What year was that? I need to know if the Flying saucer came before the UFO.
Edit: Bikini? Now I'm really confused.
“Get out of Dodge!”
Marshall Dillion, radio Gunsmoke, 1952
Acetyl Coenzyme A
Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon
I guess it's no surprise that I ended up becoming a pharmacist!