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What is the origin of Cool beans?

What is the origin of Cool beans?

“Cool beans” in the sense of “excellent” or “that’s great” apparently originated as college slang in the US during the 1970s, but many people probably picked it up from the 1980s TV sitcom “Full House,” in which one character habitually used the phrase.

What does cool beans mean in the Urban Dictionary?

something very favorable or pleasing
According to the Urban Dictionary (, cool beans is “used to describe something very favorable or pleasing.”

What does Crackalackin mean?

The Urban Dictionary and The Online Slang Dictionary both give a definition for crackalackin’ as meaning “happening” as in. What’s crackalackin’? [What’s happening?] Probably this is derived from “What’s cracking?” which is an older term meaning the same thing.

What are some 90s slang words?

15 Slang Terms From The ’90s We Should Bring Back

  • “Let’s Bounce” Hannah Burton/Bustle.
  • “That’s Phat” Andrew Zaeh for Bustle.
  • “I’m Totally Buggin'” Andrew Zaeh for Bustle.
  • “Hey, Home Skillet” Andrew Zaeh for Bustle.
  • “Word” Andrew Zaeh for Bustle.
  • “Crib” Hannah Burton/Bustle.
  • “My Bad” WAYHOME studio/Shutterstock.

What does cool slang mean?

fashionable and attractive
If you say that a person or thing is cool, you mean that they are fashionable and attractive. [informal, approval] He was trying to be really cool and trendy. That’s a cool hat. Synonyms: fashionable, with it [old-fashioned, informal], hip [slang], stylish More Synonyms of cool.

Is Crackalackin a real word?

It’s just old American slang. Crackalackin is another way to say cracking but unrelated to the Irish word.

Did people say OMG in the 90s?

The 90s were the beginning of the acronym craze. Before you had OMG and BYB, you had FYI. Still used to this day, FYI is an acronym meaning for your information.

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