A proper sentence of minimal length using all the letters of the alphabet. A sentence with only 26 letters is a perfect pangram.
I finally thought of a cool pangram:
Ben, if I quit, my fuzzy ox Garth develops lockjaw!
1950s term short for marvelous. fantastic, awesome.
Sounded cool in the 50s now it will get you killed.
student #1 1959: How do you like my new shoes?
student #2 1959: Marvy!
student #1 1959: cool
student #1 2009: How do you like my new shoes?
student #2 2009: Marvy!
student #1 2009 You're dead!
Back in the good old days, some Jack in the Box workers would throw in a free gift like a balloon after you ordered food. Later you could buy items of their now forgotten characters: Onion Ring Thing, Hambugermeister, Small Fry, Secret Sauce Agent and Jack.
Hey what's this in my bag?...a Jack in the Box surprise...cool!
A totally cool little character from the old Felix the Cat cartoon on TV: He used his booming voice to blow holes through mountains.
Felix: Hey Vavoom this path stops here can you help?
Felix: Thanks Vavoom!
1. A term for a firecracker.
2. In marbles, a way of scamming the other player by calling "Cherry Bombs" and dropping your marble on top of his.
3. A virgin shoving her open vagina in someone's face.
1. Someone cherry-bombed the toilets again!
2. Debbie cheated me out of a marble by calling "Cherry Bombs"!!.
3. OMG Sherry gave Bobby a Cherry Bomb!!!
Term from Shakespearean days: Brazen meaning: snippy, saucy, bitchy, bold, conceited. Wench meaning: woman...usually young and of low class like a servant, bimbo, bar floozy, or whore. Technically means bitchy young woman but can be used for any woman. Term is often used as an insult.
Modern Times: Did you see her dance with your man...what a
Days of Yore: Off with ye now ye brazen wench (slaps her ass) fetch me my pint of ale!!!
Nice way of saying mother-fucking son of a bitch. Old Sea Captain/pirate's term: Because you were considered to be a weenie if your liver couldn't handle liquor and you did not have your sea legs...arrr.
Swab the decks and man the main sail you lily livered land lovers; batten down the hatches before I have you all keel hauled!!! Arrr!