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1940s Slang Slang terms in the 1940s were influenced by coverage of the war, and military expressions began to creep into everyday language. Here are a few of the popular ones: "Cook with gas" (to do something right), "gammin'" (showing off), "flip your wig" (to lose control of yourself), "hi-de-ho" (hello), "killer-diller" (good stuff), "popsicle" (motorcycle), "whistle dixie" (to be wrong), and "Hi sugar, are you rationed?" (are you going steady).

Framework is a series of posters highlighting the most iconic men’s eyewear of the last 100 years. The collection includes a compilation poster featuring 28 glasses from male personalities in music, film, entertainment, and politics; as well five posters highlighting iconic individuals. Designed by Glenn Manucdoc.

1920s fashion illustration. Although this is an artistic drawing it does illustrate the beautiful bright colors that were fashionable. Fur was used extensively as trimming. Read lots more about 1920s womens fashions at

I adore this photo and the story behind it. Have a look at the original caption on Flickr for details! #1940s #circus

Dames are No Dice! A Slim Vincent classic!

This one like one of them Woody Allen films maybe a tad better. Micheal Caine and his trademark Cockney are pleasing to watch and women are just o-so-charming. Alfie ('66)