Most likely first used in the early 1900s, either refers to a sarcastic remark about Toledo, Ohio or originated from a realistic remark of the Holy city of Toledo, Spain. It is now used as a phrase, by Americans, if something is unbelievable, disturbing, or blows their mind. See blow your mind
Woman- Did you read in the newspaper that a grandpa got run over by his own car by a homeless bum he paid to fix it, and then the bum took off with it?
Man- Holy Toledo?! That's like "Grandma Got Ran Over By a Reindeer" only a hundred times worse!
used to define the generation born between 1984 and 2002; the generation following generation X. This term is used widely by Evangelical Christians... it describes the generations interest in all 5 senses and because they are "very mosaic in every aspect of their life," according to Christian author George Barna. This generation doesn't really have any defining attribute like previous generations, which furthur reinforces the term mosaic.
Since I was born in 1985, I am a part of the diverse mosaic generation that will have to take care of the Baby Boomers in their old age.
Housing developments becoming popular because of their low costs; they are Pre-Fab. As you drive by the developments, you see the backs of identical houses that are very close together and have windows and decks in the same places.
Haha, look at those cookie cutter houses. Aren't you glad we didn't decide to buy a house there? We could never have parties... our guests would drive around the neighborhood in circles with total confusion.