Although my immediate reaction is Sure! Sounds like fun!, my response after looking through the list is: a lot of these slang phrases sound pretty stupid.
32. Jorum of skee: a swig of alcohol, particularly hard liquor
33. Know your onions: to know what’s up or what’s going on
34. “Let’s blouse!”: “Let’s blow this popsicle stand!”
Let’s blouse? This is one slang term that died a natural death and should be left in its grave.
I imagine that’s the general response to outdated slang, though! In another hundred years, I’m sure readers would say the same about words like mood:
Use mood in lieu of saying “same.” Generally, it describes something you’re into, as in, “All I want to do tonight is lay on my couch and watch The Bachelorette.” “Big mood.”
I got that here. I’ve never heard “mood” used that way, to the best of my knowledge. I just googled “modern slang” and got that website and took a look. “Big mood” looks about as stupid to me as “Let’s blouse!”
I do like this particular 100-year-old slang euphamism, though:
30. Iron one’s shoelaces: to excuse oneself for the restroom
Excuse me, I have to go iron my shoelaces! That’s funny. Sure, we can bring that particular euphemism back.
If you’ve got a minute, you can glance through the list and see if there’s anything you’d enjoy trying to lift out of the grave, bring back to life, and popularize as current slang.