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  • Hey long time Esmeralda, would you like to join me for a night on the town?
  • Oh! What a break, but I have no clams.
  • Come on, I just got out of work at the thrift store but i'm still gonna get some giggle juice!
  • Unfortunately I have to take the air and attend to my family. 
  • 'Chuckles' Phonus balonus
  • Rhatz! Wet Blanket!
  • During the 1920's flappers were known to be fun, wild women who drink and smoke. While on the other hand the traditional women didn't have much money for pleasurable activities.
  • Oh my, I had a very long day and Josie had the audasity to ask me to go out with her.
  • I'm sorry to hear that, I saw her on my way home and her dress was very scandalous.
  • Most adult women's tasks were to take care of the children while also taking care of the house.  After working at the library, they had to go home and cook, clean and help with homework. The flapper women were more worried about their apperence and social status.
  • Hey Josie we are gonna go ride in his Model T and listen to some jazz by Cliff Edwards.
  • Can I buy you a drink?
  • Flappers wore short dresses, had a hair cut which was short and fun. While traditional women wore more conservative dresses and casual hair styles. Immediately after work ended Esmeralda would go home to see her family and Josie would get ready for her performance at the vaudeville shows.
  • Yes, let's tango!
  • Can I have this dance?
  • The more traditional families judges the flappers because of their outfits and choices. 
  • Flappers went out more often and were known to enjoy themselves and flout conventional standards of behavior. They were out of the normal standards of society, since it was such a new thing for women to feel more free instead of just housewives.
  • Well, I don't wanna get zozzled, but one wouldn't hurt and okay Lillian, Don’t take any wooden nickels!
  • Flappers frequently went to jazz clubs where they listened to Jelly Roll Morton, Cliff Edwards and other popular singers. They danced, drank, smoked and talked to men.  The flapper symbolized the new "liberated" woman of the 1920's. Their image reinforced the idea that women had more freedom.
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