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25 idioms that were common in the '60s

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John Rodgers/Redferns // Getty Images The 1990s hit film trilogy "Austin Powers" may have reintroduced many to 1960s lingo, phrases, and idioms. In the films, a 1960s-era spy, played by comedian Mike Myers, time travels to the 1990s, where he anachronistically uses phrases like "groovy, baby" and "shagadelic." But did people actually talk like that? If you lived through the 1960s, you might need a refresher course. And if you were born after the…
Published 3 months ago · New York, United States

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