Don asked about the
phrase the cat’s meow. It was 1920’s
slang for something worthy of admiration. It was allied to the cat’s whiskers and the
cat’s pajamas. For some reason, it became a fad during the Jazz Age to use
fanciful animal images to express approval.
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