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Do You Remember 70s Slang?

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    Oh snap! What did “peachy keen” mean in the 70s slang?

    • A. Delicious
    • B. Beautiful
    • C. Excellent
    • D. Soft and gentle
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    Say what? Do you know what “the skinny” meant in 70s slang?

    • A. The truth or real information
    • B. A thin person
    • C. A type of jeans
    • D. A diet drink
  • Question of

    What did “tubular” mean in the 70s slang?

    • A. Boring
    • B. Amazing
    • C. Fat
    • D. Long
  • Question of

    If something was “outta sight” in the 70s, what did it mean?

    • A. It was invisible
    • B. It was amazing
    • C. It was ignored
    • D. It was outdated
  • Question of

    No way! Can you tell me what “boogie” meant in the 70s slang?

    • A. To dance
    • B. To run
    • C. To fight
    • D. To sleep
  • Question of

    If someone said “What’s your bag?”, what were they asking?

    • A. What’s your problem?
    • B. What are you carrying?
    • C. What’s your interest?
    • D. What’s your style?
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    Whoa, hold up! Do you know what “threads” meant in the 70s slang?

    • A. Internet forums
    • B. Rumors
    • C. Clothes
    • D. Arguments
  • Question of

    What did “skinny” mean in the 70s slang?

    • A. Thin
    • B. Latest gossip
    • C. Shy
    • D. Poor
  • Question of

    If something was a “real gas” in the 70s, what did that mean?

    • A. It was a funny situation
    • B. It was a dangerous situation
    • C. It was a confusing situation
    • D. It was an expensive situation
  • Question of

    If something was “far out” in the 70s, what did that mean?

    • A. It was strange
    • B. It was awesome
    • C. It was distant
    • D. It was hard to understand
  • Question of

    When someone was “laid back” in the 70s, what did that mean?

    • A. They were lazy
    • B. They were relaxed
    • C. They were suspicious
    • D. They were lying down
  • Question of

    Hang ten! Can you tell me what “pad” meant in the 70s slang?

    • A. A cushion
    • B. A house or apartment
    • C. A writing pad
    • D. A dance floor
  • Question of

    If someone was “jonesing” for something, what did that mean?

    • A. They were craving it
    • B. They were ignoring it
    • C. They were doubting it
    • D. They were forgetting it
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    What a blast! Do you know what a “foxy” meant in the 70s slang?

    • A. A clever person
    • B. A good-looking person
    • C. A sneaky person
    • D. A furry animal
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    When something was “groovy” in the 70s, what did that mean?

    • A. It was wavy
    • B. It was cool
    • C. It was repetitive
    • D. It was old-fashioned
  • Question of

    What does “catch you on the flip side” mean?

    • A. See you later
    • B. Listen to the other side of the record
    • C. Watch your back
    • D. I’ll call you
  • Question of

    Wowza! What was a “brick house” in the 70s slang?

    • A. A strong woman
    • B. An actual house made of bricks
    • C. A boring person
    • D. A popular nightclub
  • Question of

    When people said “Can you dig it?” in the 70s, what did they mean?

    • A. Do you understand?
    • B. Can you tolerate it?
    • C. Can you hide it?
    • D. Can you find it?

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