Teenage dating 70s
"I got ripped off." Or the idea of purchasing something and not getting your money's worth being a "rip off"Shag Wag A type of car that was very popular in the early 70's, it looked a lot like a bug car but it was shaped a little bit differently.
it was made by Ford adn there were not a lot of these cars made, but there should have been because it was a cool looking car.
Is it possible that someone mis-heard "cheese-eater" and just always heard it as "cheesier"? In Montana, where he was operating for most of his life, there was a hauling job in which timber was being taken out of a National Forest area.
when someone would say, "I'm getting a brand new car! "'Phony' To describe an overbearing, "two faced", or deceitful person or thing. " "This is like way cool guys" ..Ending a question or sentence using the word "with" has been used in the scandinavian communities of the mid-west since the early 70's. Iam Audi 5000 (I am outa here, I am leaving right now).
Also: "Phony Baloney" which then became: "Baloney" which is an active form, used to instantly dismiss the phony person or utterance. The phrase is used in various ways usually by teeneagers and 20 somethings who automatically, subcociuously add a toutch of 'trendiness' to thier sentances. I remember getting flack from people we visited out east, in Boston, during the bicentenial when I used it that way. Orginated during the period when Audi 5000s were experience sudden and unexpected excellerations.
I think that they have gone back to making the car again, but just with a different name.
I hope that you could put this phrase on your list on this webpage.
Recently the British have adopted the phrase especially since the popularity of cult sitcom 'F. As time went on the term naturally got picked up and applied to any mobile law officer or any officer in general. Whoever compiled this list was definitely NOT from the 70's!