Peachy, very nice, the berries, excellent, fine, beautiful, very good.
That jazz band is the bees knees
Like a flapper, but slightly more advanced. A young girl who is not inclined to get out and walk. A girl who is shyly open to advances.
Catch a peep at that little beasel. I'd bet that she hasn't any bunions!
Expletive, meaning nonsense, buncombe, or bunk. Exclamation of disbelief.
Henry claims that his flivver will break sixty. APPLE SAUCE!
Give me a cigarette.
Butt me. O. K., Al, but all I've got are Chesterfields.
1920's, To go to a party uninvited, also used as crash.
I think that I'll crash in at the country club dance on Saturday.
A piker who frequents teas, dinners ans other entertainments but makes no attempts to repay his social obligations.
We have had Cecil to tea six times this season, and that bun duster has yet to reciprocate.
1920's, A person with ready money, who can always be relied upon to pay the check.
Don't worry about the check, Myrtle, Al is darbs.