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+Kiki Wilhelm +Victoria Waterfeild +Jamie McCrimmon +Susan Foreman 

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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!
:http://local.aaca.org/bntc/slang/slang.htm 

time to go bump some people off!

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