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The Guardian's report of Valentino's death in 1926 surmised primly that: β€œHe was to American flappers generally almost what the Prince of Wales is to the English.” With the benefit of ... β€œI hate Valentino!
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And watching older generations try to keep up with slang both fascinates and generally tickles me. In fairness, we'd probably have no idea what our parents were saying if they brought back their slang, like "groovy" or "flapper.
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Flappers and their johns went to speakeasies. As a name for a place illegally selling alcoholic beverages, speakeasy had been around since the late 19th century. But thanks to Prohibition, the speakeasy belongs to the Lost Generation.

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