60's and 70's - Groovy - Pop Culture


Groovy 60's and 70's Pop Culture.
 


 





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Trying to find that groovy language from the 60's and 70's? Are you a throw back or wanna be hippie? This site is dedicated to bringing you the most complete list of 60's and 70's phrases, words and lingo.

Search our lists of the most popular phrases from the 1960's and 1970's. Discover the happening events and the pop culture that influenced generations from the sixties and seventies.

Popular 60's and 70's Pop Culture

01. Disco
02. Streaking
03. Tie Dye
04. set of fuzzy dice
05. genuine, metal Slinky
06. yo-yo
07. frisbee
08. good luck rabbit's foot
09. DVD -- several episodes of a classic boomer-era TV show
10. oodles of boomer-era candy: Clark Bar, Tootsie Rolls, lollipops, candy canes, Red Hots, Necco Wafers
11. go go boots
12. peasant skirts
13. bermuda shorts
14. hot pants
15. miniskirt
16. pillbox hats
17. platform shoes
18. sideburns
19. tank top
20. turtleneck sweater
21. acupuncture
22. 3D movies
23. boomerang
24. drive-in theaters
25. fallout shelters
26. hacky sack
27. Kilroy was here
28. Pyramid power
29. Rocky Horror
30. waterbed
31. unicycle
32. communes
33. dance marathons
34. disco
35. flagpole sitting
36. goldfish swallowing
37. panty raids
38. telephone booth stuffing
39. ufo sightings
40. 8 track tapes
41. black light
42. afro hair style
43. hula hoops
44. koosh balls
45. lava lamps
46. matchbox cars
47. mood rings
48. mopeds
49. ouija board
50. pacman
51. pet rocks
52. pez
53. rubik's cube
54. silly putty
55. slogan buttons
56. smurfs
57. super ball
58. troll dolls
59. yo-yo
60. G I Joe Doll
61. Barbie Dolls
62. American Bandstand
63. Life Expectancy: Males 66.6 years, Females 73.1 years
64. burning bras
65. Bouffant hairstyles
66. Woodstock
67. Neil Armstrong first man to step on the moon
68. Twist becomes the newest dance craze
69. battery-operated transistor radio
70. Marilyn Monroe dies suddenly under a murky cloud of suspicion,
71. President Kennedy is assassinated during a visit to Dallas, Texas
72. Wal-Mart and K-Mart open
73. The Beatles come to US
74. First heart transplant
75. Kent State U demonstrations
76. President Nixon resigns
77. Dr. Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy assassinated
78. Jaws
79. sit ins
80. draft dodgers
81. conscientious objectors
82. hippies
83. "If you're old enough to die for your country, you're old enough to vote."

Remember the cost of things

gum .05
candy bar .05
ice cream bar .15
loaf of bread .20
Buster Brown shoes $3
tennis shoes $5
movie ticket .50
popcorn at movie .20
soft drink .10
hamburger .20
pound ground beef .35
45 rpm record $1
gallon of gas .31
1st class stamp .04
pay phone call .10
color tv $400
daily newspaper .10
refrigerator $500
doctor visit $5
new home $15,000
new car $2,500
hourly wage $1
Average Salary $4,743
Teacher's Salary $5,174

 

 

 

 



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