A Gas: Having a lot of fun, as in “That’s a gas!”.
All Showand No Go: Pretty car. Nice wheels and so forth. Looks good put has no go power.
Almost Home: Near the end of a project.
Ankle biters:Little children.
Ape: Used with verbs gone or went. (i.e. "When I came home an hour late my parents went ape.)
Baby: A form of address used in an informal greeting.
Bad Pipes: A sore throat.
Bad scene: An unpleasant event.
Bag: Meant to steal. Who bagged my wallet? Also "what's your bag?", which meant "What's your problem?"
Bag some food for the brain: To study diligently.
Ball: To have fun; or to have a party.
Bat phone: Police officer's phone.
Be there or be square: The cool people will be gathering at a certain place.
Beach bunny: Non-surfing girl at the beach.
Beat Feet: Leave the area quickly.
Beat It: Leave quickly.
Beautiful people: Kindred hippie spirits.
Bench Racing:When a few of the guys are sitting down talking about how fast a specific person’s car is; or discussing who could beat who in a drag race.
Bent: Grouchy; slightly annoyed.
Big deal: Something of no consequence.
Birdie biker: Female motorcyclist.
Blade: A knife.
Blast: Something spectacular; a lot of fun; had a great time like "I had a blast at the dance."
Bod: Body or physique.
Bogart: To injure or hurt.
Bone Yard: Auto wrecking yard.
Bomb: A total failure.
Boob tube: Television.
Book it: Leave the scene.
Bookbusters: Students who study hard.
Bookin': Going real fast, usually in a car.
Boss: Cool, fantastic, or super, as in “The new album I just bought is boss!”
Box: A record player.
Brain drain: Emigration of a country's scientists.
Brights: White socks.
Brody or Brody Out: To skid half a circle with your brakes locked up.
Bug: To annoy someone.
Bug Out: Leave the premises.
Bum trip: An unpleasant event.
Bummed Out: Depressed.
Bummer: Unpleasant experience.
Bumped: Fired, dismissed.
Burn one: Play a song.
Burn Rubber: Squeal out with your tires spinning and leaving rubber on the asphalt.
Cat: a guy.
Catch somerays: sunbather.
ChalkTalk: A lecture in school.
Change the channel: To change the topic of conversation
Chick: a young woman.
Chicken (To Play): Two cars drive head on towards each other and the first to pull away is a coward.
Chicken head: A person who bothers you.
Chill: To ignore.
Chinese Firedrill: A Car is stopped at a red light and all occupants of the car get out of the car and run around it and get backin the car while holding up traffic.
Choice: really cool; good looking.
Chop: to cut down verbally.
Chrome Dome: a bald guy.
Church Key: Before pop-top cans, there were openers that were designed to puncture the soda can to drink from it.
Clean: Knowing the right thing to do.
Clue you in: To explain.
Clutz: Awkward person.
Clyde: A person that one insults or dislikes; a clumsy person.
Coming Off: going on, happening.
Cool Head: nice guy.
Cool it: calm down.
Cool your chops: To shut your mouth.
Copasetic: very good; all right, as in "no problem."
Copping out: To renege, break a promise.
Cords: Corduroy pants which were a size too small so they could be worn very tight.
Crash: Go to bed; go to sleep.
Crash pad: Place to sleep.
Cut out: To leave without ceremony.
Cut up: To make jokes or pull pranks.
Daddy's Car: A car that was very conservative looking; that might be owned by your parents.
Dance holes in your soles: To dance energetically.
Deb's delight: Eligible bachelor.
Deck: To knock someone out in a fight.
Decked Out: All Dressed Up.
Deuce and a quarter:A Buick Electra 225.
Dibs: Used with the word got. "I got dibs on that seat." Meaning you own it.
Dig: Do you understand?
Ding-a-ling: Odd person, nerd.
Dip: A person that one dislikes or insults.
Ditz: An idiot.
Do your own thing: Do it your own way.
Don't Flip Your Wig: Don’t get upset.
Don't Have A Cow: Don’t get upset.
Don't Sweat It: Don't let it bother you.
Dork: A person who is hopelessly out of touch with the present.
Dove: Peace lover.
Downer: An unpleasant experience.
Drag: Someone or something that's boring.
Drop a dime: To inform on someone.
Dude: A geek; clumsy; uncoordinated; one the speaker dislikes a male.
Eat Dirt: To receive brutal criticism.
Eatin’ grapes off of the wallpaper: Very disturbed about something.