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Some call the 10's the Gasslight era. The Twenties are sometimes refered to as the Jazz Age. The Thirties were known as the depression era, the Forties as the War Years, The Fifties as the Fabulous Fities, Again the Swinging Sixties, and the Me decade of the seventies. I haven't heard of anything for the. BBC News - Decade dilemma - whatever to name it? Luscious. Age: 29. Golden Mediterranean Tanned skin Devpal Mann, London, UK. Jan 11, - thru nineteen-hundreds, turn of the century, first decade of the 20th century thru teens. Tristyn. Age: 27. je vous propose de passer un moment inoubliable Roaring Twenties, Dirty Thirties, what's next? The "Roaring Twenties" - The "Dirty Thirties" - The "Fighting Forties" - The "Nifty Fifties" - The "Swinging Sixties" - The "Sick Seventies" or, perhaps more popularly, The "Me Decade" (From Tom Wolfe) There doesn't seem to be a consensus yet on what to label the eighties or the nineties. For the eighties, I"ve seen labels such. Sep 7, - s Gay Nineties s Roaring Twenties s Turbulent Thirties s Swinging Forties s Fabulous Fifties/Nifty Fifties s Swinging Sixties s Super Seventies s Big Eighties/Decade of Decadence. Sexy. Age: 30. I'm discrete and enjoy everything about what I do so there's no way you'll leave unhappy, I'm clean and always smell good, I'm open to all fetish's Feb 7, - s - The Roaring Twenties (economic prosperity, women's rights, radio, art deco, etc.) s - The Dirty Thirties (it was the depression, many ppl were very poor) s - The Fabulous Forties (the War Years, comradery, strong work ethics) s - The Nifty Fifties (television, conservativism, pursuit of. s - The Turbulent Thirties, sometimes The Threadbare Thirties s - The Flying Forties, sometimes The Fightin' Forties s - The Fabulous (Fab) Fifties, sometimes The Nifty Fifties s - The Swingin' Sixties, sometimes The Psychedelic Sixties s - The Disco Era ("accept no imitation"), The 'Me' DecadeMissing: swinging seventies. Dec 31, - And it is practically a disciplinary offence for journalists to write "Sixties" without first writing "Swinging". Of course, the whole naming debate is a pedant's As it goes with the Noughties, Twenties, Thirties, Forties, Fifties, Sixties, Seventies, Eighties and Nineties. It just makes sense everybody. Devpal Mann Missing: nifty.