Unless you were really up on the trends as a fetus, you'll never know this. But what was the most popular slang term the year you were born?

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Good Housekeeping put together a list of the most popular terms for every year from 1926 to 2006. Here's a look by the decades:

    1950s:

  • 1950 – beautiful people
  • 1951 – nerd
  • 1952 – divey
  • 1953 – hippie
  • 1954 – boonies
  • 1955 – cool
  • 1956 – nit-picker
  • 1957 – Endsville
  • 1958 – nuke
  • 1959 – hot-dog

 

    1960s:

  • 1960 – dullsville
  • 1961 – bratty
  • 1962 – drop-dead gorgeous
  • 1963 – Mickey Mouse, goofing off at work
  • 1964 – aw shucks
  • 1965 – grody
  • 1966 – kegger
  • 1967 – freak flag
  • 1968 – bippy
  • 1969 – out of sight

 

    1970s:

  • 1970 – dorky
  • 1971 – deadheads
  • 1972 – guilt trip
  • 1973 – carbo
  • 1974 – motorhead
  • 1975 – detox
  • 1976 – hardball
  • 1977 – brewski
  • 1978 – pig out
  • 1979 – nostalgia-fest

 

    1980s:

  • 1980 – frizzy
  • 1981 – chill pill
  • 1982 – buff
  • 1983 – beat box
  • 1984 – that's major
  • 1985 – radness
  • 1986 – studmuffin
  • 1987 – couch surfing
  • 1988 – F-bomb
  • 1989 – trash talk

 

    1990s:

  • 1990 – kewl
  • 1991 – tighty whiteys
  • 1992 – NOT
  • 1993 – da bomb
  • 1994 – Benjamins
  • 1995 – as if
  • 1996 – whatever
  • 1997 – jiggy
  • 1998 – phat
  • 1999 – bling

Read more at Good Housekeeping.