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Heres some 1920's slang!:
Balled up: Confused, messed up.

Baloney - nonsense!

Bank's Closed - no kissing or making out

Bearcat - a hot-blooded or fiery girl

Beat one's gums - idle chatter

Bee's Knees - An extraordinary person, thing, idea; the ultimate

Beef - a complaint or to complain

Beeswax - business, i.e. None of your beeswax." 

Bell bottom - a sailor

Berries - That which is attractive or pleasing; similar to bee's knees, As in "It's the berries."

Big Cheese - The most important or influential person; boss. Same as big shot

Big six - a strong man; from auto advertising, for the new and powerful; six cylinder engines 

Bimbo - a tough guy 

Bird - general term for a man or woman, sometimes meaning "odd," i.e. "What a funny old bird."

Bootleg - illegal liquor

Breezer - an convertible car

Bronx Cheer - A loud spluttering noise, used to indicate disapproval. Same as raspberry 

Bull - (1) a policeman or law-enforcement officer including FBI (2) nonsense (3) to chat idly, to exaggerate 

Bump Off - To murder, To kill  

Butt me - I'll take a cigarette

Here's a link to the rest: its a looong list, so look through if you want!

time to go bump some people off!
Slang of the 1920
Slang of the 1920

OK Everyone write in the comments ANYTHING that is appropriate , but in all slang!
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