Expresión “Feeling Groovy = estoy genial

Delightful, awesome.

The term originated in the 1920s among early jazz musicians as their music was recorded in grooves on a record. It became most popular in the 1950s, and fell from favor by the mid 1960s.

Bird lay down some groovy riffs, man.
The word itself means “cool” “awesome” “great” etc.. It was used most during the hippie movement in the 1960s and early 70s.
Let me give you some examples,

Friend 1: Did you see that new episode of Doctor Who?

Friend 2: Yeah, it was pretty groovy.

 

as a negative

Friend 1: Did you read Twilight?

Friend 2: Yeah, it was not groovy. Not groovy at all.

A word trying to be brought back by a Scottish youtuber Liam Dryden, more popularly known as littleradge.

 

The word itself means “cool” “awesome” “great” etc.. It was used most during the hippie movement in the 1960s and early 70s.

 

Friend 1: Did you see that new episode of Doctor Who?

Friend 2: Yeah, it was pretty groovy.

 

 

as a negative

 

Friend 1: Did you read Twilight?

Friend 2: Yeah, it was not groovy. Not groovy at all.

And here some more examples
“The party was really groovy.” = “The party was really cool.”

guy 1 (the groovy one):hey dude this tshirt is groovy dont you think??

guy 2 (the un groovy one):What are you talking about dude?? groovy?? thats just a wierd word your so uncool… FREAK!

guy 1 (the groovy one):no your the one who is not GROOVY you think groovy is an uncool word?? thats because your not groovy your a foooooooooooooool!!

 
 

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