Because Hooch Booch is inspired by the 1920s - reimagined for modern day 2020s, we like to use a lot of old-time jargon in our communication with you all. This month we’re providing you with a list of some of the phrases we like to use so that you can join in on the convo, too!
A classic Great Gatsby reference…it’s an endearing term you can use to call your pals. “How ya doin, Old sport?”
Terms used to describe something that is expensive, fancy. “That’s a swanky dress you have on!”
The Cat’s Pajamas:
The best. “Hooch Booch is the cat’s pajamas!”…wink wink.
Another word for "speakeasy”. A bar or cocktail lounge. “Tonight we’re headed to the juice joint for a cocktail.”
Giggle water / giggle juice:
Another term for your friend. Old sport and pal? Interchangeable.
A bunch of nonsense. “Oh, you’re full of baloney!”
Used to describe something that’s very pleasing or attractive.
A ladies’ man, or someone who frequented speakeasies during the Prohibition Era. A.K.A our newest flavor :)
hard of the dog:
A shot of liquor, or some sort of alcohol, to help with your hangover… “I’m in need of a little hair of the dog this morning — might order a bloody mary at brunch”