The Instant Shakespeare Insult Kit
Start with "Thou," pick one word from each of the columns, and you are ready with a classic put-down, thou lumpish tickle-brained pignut!
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1940s Slang • Take a powder – to leave • Eager beaver – enthusiastic helper • Doll dizzy – girl crazy • Ducky shincracker - a good dancer • Above my pay grade – don’t ask me • Cook with gas – to do...
Slang is constantly changing and evolving, and as I listed to a couple of kids the other day on the train talking, I could hardly understand what the meaning of their words were. It made me laugh, I am still in my early thirties, so quickly does it all change, yet I am obviously on…