Popular in fetish fashion and the leather subculture, where they often are tightly fitted and worn without jeans or other garments layered beneath them other than a codpiece. They can be made of leather, patent leather, or vinyl and are worn for decoration serving no protective purpose.
1. At the start of the music, shape a chicken beak with your hands. Open and close it four times, during the first four beats of the music.
2. Make chicken wings with your arms. Flap your wings four times, during the next four beats of the music.
3. Make a chicken's tail feathers with your arms and hands. Wiggle downwards during the next four beats of the music.
4. Clap four times during the next four beats of the music.
5. Repeat this process four times.
6a. At the bridge, hold your arms straight, in imitation of an aeroplane. All dancers spun around the room in "flight" until the bridge ends.
6b. Alternately, at the bridge, link arms with the nearest person, turn right eight steps, switch arms and turn left eight steps, then repeat until the bridge ends.
7. The dance repeats, progressively getting faster and faster, until the music stops. See also Weddings.
IHOP's two eggs, two pieces of bacon, two sausage links, and two buttermilk pancakes topped with fruit and whipped cream. Sounds delicious, but is way too embarrassing to order. See also Breakfast.
First introduced in 1981 and manufactured in a variety of colors, the Members Only jacket communicated high social status and desirability by suggesting that the wearer belonged to an exclusive, members-only club. See also 80's.
One who is obnoxiously self-assertive and arrogant. Informal know-it-all also known as a saucebox, smart aleck, smarty, smarty-pants, wiseacre, wisecracker, or wise guy. See also Old-Timey.
7. Piano Ties Shop
Whether you’re a smooth talkin’ cop who’s working the vice squad in Miami, or a happenin’ hipster who likes to rock the raddest styles, this totally trendy tie is a funky-fresh way to jazz up your look! See also 80's.
8. Fanny Packs Shop
A small, fabric pouch secured with a zipper and worn at the waist by a strap around the hips. Particularly useful for storing your dignity. See also Tourists.
9. Romper Room
Each program would open with a greeting from the hostess and the Pledge of Allegiance. Then the hostess and her group of children would embark on an hour (or half hour) of games, exercises, songs and moral lessons, which were regularly accompanied by background music.
At the end of each broadcast, the hostess would look through a "magic mirror" (actually a face-sized open hoop with a handle) and name the children she saw in "televisionland", then recite the rhyme, "Romper, bomper, stomper boo. Tell me, tell me, tell me, do. Magic mirror, tell me today. Have all my friends had fun at play?" She would then lead into, "I can see Scotty and Kimberly and Julie and Jimmy and Kelly and all of you boys and girls out there!" Did she ever see you? See also 80's, Children, Television.