The Outsiders Slang Terms

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Slang 1960's terms from the outsiders


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  • 1. 

    What does two packs of kools mean

    • A.

      Coolers

    • B.

      Cigarettes

    • C.

      Cards

    • D.

      Bubble gum

    Correct Answer
    B. Cigarettes
    Explanation
    Two packs of Kools refers to two packages of Kools cigarettes. Kools is a brand of menthol cigarettes, and in this context, "two packs of Kools" means two individual packs of cigarettes from this brand.

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  • 2. 

    The Fuzz

    • A.

      Ponyboy's gang name

    • B.

      Poor west-side kids

    • C.

      The police

    • D.

      The name of the greasers favorite bar club

    Correct Answer
    C. The police
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "the police" because the term "the fuzz" is a slang term commonly used to refer to the police. In the context of Ponyboy's gang name, it suggests that they have a rebellious or confrontational relationship with law enforcement.

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  • 3. 

    Boozed up

    • A.

      To eat too much food

    • B.

      To be crazy

    • C.

      To be drunk

    • D.

      To be beat up

    Correct Answer
    C. To be drunk
    Explanation
    The phrase "boozed up" is slang that refers to being drunk or intoxicated from consuming alcohol. It is commonly used to describe someone who has had too much to drink and is under the influence. The other options provided do not accurately capture the meaning of the phrase. "To eat too much food" refers to overeating, "to be crazy" means to be mentally unstable, and "to be beat up" means to be physically assaulted. Therefore, the correct answer is "to be drunk."

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  • 4. 

    Rumble

    • A.

      Earth quake

    • B.

      Name of Ponyboy's pet hampster

    • C.

      A gang fight

    • D.

      Name of Ponyboy's pet dog

    Correct Answer
    C. A gang fight
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "a gang fight". This is because the word "rumble" is often used to describe a fight or conflict between rival gangs. In the context of the given options, it is the most fitting explanation for the term "rumble".

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  • 5. 

     bluff

    • A.

      An unloaded gun

    • B.

      Someone who is bad at poker

    • C.

      Pony's middle name

    • D.

      What Pony is called sometimes

    Correct Answer
    A. An unloaded gun
    Explanation
    The term "bluff" refers to a deceptive act or behavior, often used in poker to mislead opponents into thinking that one has a strong hand. An unloaded gun can be seen as a metaphorical representation of a bluff, as it appears to be a threat or danger but lacks the actual power or ability to cause harm. Just like an unloaded gun, a bluff may intimidate or deceive others, but ultimately lacks substance or truth.

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  • 6. 

    Dig?

    • A.

      Can you shut up!?!?

    • B.

      Do you understand?

    • C.

      Say again?

    • D.

      I don't think you're listening to me buddy!

    Correct Answer
    B. Do you understand?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Do you understand?" because it is the most appropriate response to the question "dig?" The other options are either aggressive or dismissive, which do not address the question being asked. "Do you understand?" is a polite and clear way to ask if the person comprehends the information or message being conveyed.

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