This section outlines slang, euphemisms and expressions that are used to create authenticity for the Grand. While most of these terms are focused on the 1920s, some of the words outlines below originate from different eras.
Something which is quick or easy.
Above My Pay Grade*
Information that is beyond someone's expected knowledge threshold.
Agreement in the affirmative.
Someone who is extremely desirable or attractive.
A congratulatory statement.
Confused and/or messed up.
Another word for sweetheart. Can also be used to denote something of high value or respect.
A woman considered attractive or popular.
Not interested in kissing or fooling around.
Euphemism for sex.
Another word for scram.
Driving someone crazy.
Term applied to something or someone attractive or pleasing.
Area in the South and Midwestern United States where Christian fundamentalism flourishes.
Slang for tough guy.
Used to express satisfaction at a sudden positive outcome.
A term for odd or strange which applies to either gender.
Also known as the Great Crash of 1929.
Slang for the telephone.
A braggart and/or a bully.
Someone who is insane or referring to the absurdity of an idea.
Somewhere that is in the middle-of-nowhere.
Alcohol that has been illegally produced.
The product of one's creative mind.
Loud spluttering noise to show disapproval.
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"Even things that go bump in the night need a place to unwind." You will find the Grand nestled atop a cliff that overlooks a cursed valley. Surrounded by foreboding mountains, this ritzy French palatial-style hotel is a place where a roaring party'...