THE CAT'S MEOW!
I thoroughly love old classics and idioms from bygone days!
Instead of dating someone, it was "We're going together", or "He asked me to go with him". Later it became "We're going steady"
After they get married, put money in the bank and buy a house, then later "when they are with child"
"the stork will pay them a visit with a special delivery": "a new bundle of joy", "a bouncing baby boy".
He's all wet- meaning wrong.
Carry a torch- to have a crush on someone.
Drugstore cowboy - a guy hanging out on the corner to pick up girls.
Gams- girls legs
Scram- tell someone to leave immediately
Spiffy- an elegant appearance
Make whoopee- kissing or making out
Heebie-Jeebies- the jitters
In the Darb- a person who has money and can be relied on to pay the check
Moll- a gangster's girl
Dumb Dora- a stupid female
Hard boiled- a tough guy
Flat tire- a dim witted date
Dame or Broad- a woman
Any one else???