Buzz·Posted on Nov 26, 201315 Old-Timey Slang Words We Should Bring Back ImmediatelyTrust me, these slang words from the 20th century are pretty jake.by Katie HeaneyBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Snootful: the amount of alcohol it takes to get drunk thes4p.com This somewhat imprecise term first appeared in the OED in 1918. Imagine getting to have this conversation: "How much did you drink last night?" "Pretty much a snootful." 2. Peanutty: small, child-like, trivial en.wikipedia.org "Peanutty" as an adjective meaning something closer to "petty" than "having the taste of peanuts" was first cited in the OED in 1922. 3. Hotsy-totsy: appropriate, just right; later: pretentious or snobbish alcademics.com First cited in the OED in 1924, hotsy-totsy has meant a few different things. 4. Palooka: clumsy, loutish person mycomicshop.com The term "palooka" was first cited in the Oxford English Dictionary in 1920, and was also used as the surname for a comic book character created that year. 5. Skosh: a little bit mchenrycountyblog.com This noun, first cited in the OED in 1959, is taken from the Japanese word "sukoshi" meaning "a little." 6. Tickety-boo: correct, okay keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk This sprightly adjective was first cited in the OED in 1939. 7. Bippy: buttocks, ass eurweb.com First popularized by the TV show Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In, in which "you bet your sweet bippy" was a catchphrase, this fun little word first appeared in the OED in 1968. 8. Twitterpated: lovestruck, foolish therenodispatch.blogspot.com Well, this one has a special new relevance! The adjective was first cited in the OED in 1942. 9. Nastygram: an angry, insulting missive thenextweb.com Another word with potential new social media relevance, "nastygram" was first cited in the OED in 1966. 10. Judder: a verb that (probably) combines "shudder" and "jitter" Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF theoverlookedonlookers.wordpress.com This term, first cited by the OED in 1931, is so good and descriptive! 11. Yegg: burglar, safecracker sims.wikia.com This term, first cited in the OED in 1903, is thought to be taken from an American thief from the era, though that theory hasn't been confirmed. 12. Noodge: to pester, nag Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF giphy.com This word (borrowed from Yiddish, where it's still common) was first cited in the OED in 1960. 13. Himbo: male version of "bimbo;" an attractive, spacey man collegiatetimes.com This word, first cited in the OED in 1988, is delightful. HIMbo. 14. Cerealist: one who partakes in the popular all-cereal diet (!) grist.org Appearing in the OED in 1905, which was apparently a magical year for everyone, is the word "cerealist," which reflected the popularity of the all-cereal "health fad" from that year. 15. Jake: cool, excellent caitlinrick1.wordpress.com This term, first cited in the OED in 1914, knows we always need another word for "cool."