Flapper

Meaning :

Origin : American,

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Flapper Expression, Flapper Soul Urge, Flapper Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Flapper:

numerologyName Number: 2 Meaning: Partnership, Sense, Other, Passive, Assistance, Acceptance, Intimacy, Peace

urban

Definition funny of Flapper:

urbanA young woman, especially one in the 1920s who showed disdain for conventional dress and behavior. And yes, flapper's still exist today, you just have to look harder to find them.

urbanThat speak-easy on the corner was loaded with flappers! Look how short that girl's hair and skirt are! She's a total flapper!

urbana woman who, in the 1920's adopted the new urban styles and ideals of the time. They often had short curled hair and hats with small brims.

urbanyou people are a bunch of uncultured simplistic fucks who wouldn't know style if it anally raped you. How American.

urbanA women of the 20-30's. Often wore short 'flapper' dresses with tassles or beads. Had their hair in either short bobs or curly. Fishnet stockings and head pieces were worn. Flappers usually wore a 'mole strap' and the man the she 'belonged' to had a matching tie.

urbanOh damn, that flapper is with that guy over there.

urbanFlappers is a word use to describe urban women...

songs

Songs about Flapper:

songsFlapper Girl by The Lumineers from the Album The Lumineers

songsThe Flappers Delight (Feat. Yuliet Topaz) by Tape Five from the Album Tonight Josephine!

songsFlapper Girl by The Lumineers from the Album The Lumineers (Deluxe Edition) [+digital booklet]

songsThe Flapper Wife by Harry Reser's Syncopators from the Album Jazz Age Chronicles Vol. 5: The Song Hits Of 1925

songsFlappers Delight by New Orleans Ragtime Party Band from the Album New Orleans Ragtime Party - Mardi Gras Dixieland Swing - From Bourbon Street To Treme

songsFlapper's Fringe by Dance Squad from the Album Dance Music from the Good Old Days

songsFlapper by Network Music Ensemble from the Album Nostalgic Fun (Specialty)

books

Books about Flapper:

booksFlappers and Philosophers by F. Scott Fitzgerald and R. Patterson (Aug 21, 2013)

booksFlappers: Six Women of a Dangerous Generation by Judith Mackrell (Jan 14, 2014)

booksFlapper: A Madcap Story of Sex, Style, Celebrity, and the Women Who Made America Modern by Joshua Zeitz (Feb 6, 2007)

booksBohemians, Bootleggers, Flappers, and Swells: The Best of Early Vanity Fair by Graydon Carter and David Friend (Oct 30, 2014)

booksVixen (The Flappers) by Jillian Larkin (Aug 9, 2011)

booksFlappers and the New American Woman: Perceptions of Women from 1918 Through the 1920s (Images and Issues of Women... by Catherine Gourley (Sep 2007)

booksFlappers and Philosophers - The Original 1920 Edition by Francis Scott Fitzgerald (Nov 10, 2013)

movies

Movies about Flapper:

moviesFlapper 1920 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 25 mins Starring: Olive Thomas and Theodore Westman Jr.

moviesThe Olive Thomas Collection: The Flapper/Olive Thomas - Everybody's Sweetheart 2005 Unrated - Runtime: 2 hrs 25 mins Starring: Olive Thomas, Theodore Westman Jr., et al. Directed by: Alan Crosland and Andie Hicks

moviesThe Olive Thomas Collection: Everybody's Sweetheart and The Flapper 2013 - Starring: Olive Thomas Directed by: Andi Hicks

moviesFlappers, Speakeasies, and the Birth of Modern Culture 2009 NR - Runtime: 51 mins Directed by: Anthony Mercaldi

moviesFlappers, Speakeasies, and the Birth of Modern Culture 2009 - Runtime: 50 mins Directed by: Anthony Mercaldi

moviesThe Flapper 2012 - Runtime: 1 hr 26 mins

moviesBurlesque Leg Show Dance, Flappers Classic Films on DVD -

wiki

Wiki information Flapper:

Flapper

Flappers were a "new breed" of young Western women in the 1920s who wore short skirts, bobbed their hair, listened to jazz, and flaunted their disdain for what was then considered acceptable behavior. Flappers were seen as brash for wearing excessive...

The Flapper
Silent Film, Film

The Flapper is a 1920 American silent comedy film starring Olive Thomas. Directed by Alan Crosland, the film was the first in the United States to portray the "flapper" lifestyle which would soon become a 1920's fad.