Used as a flavor word to make one sound old and cantankerous, e.g. "You piccadilly tramp!"
The word itself doesn't hold much meaning, though it may refer to people who wore piccadills (or large, lacy collars) in the 17th century. See also Old-Timey.
For some reason, more prone to falling in cartoons than in real-life. See also Cartoons, Old-Timey.
Describes someone who has quickly risen to a higher social class, and thus behaves pompously.
See also Old-Timey.
But most accounts, twenty-three is the world's funniest number. See also Old-Timey.
The first motion picture to be copyrighted in the United States, it's a five-second film of one of Thomas Edison's assistants enjoying a pinch of snuff. See also Old-Timey.
The dramatic start to a good yarn. See also Old-Timey.
A bygone insult for a fast-footed show-off. See also English, Old-Timey.