The pride of the university! A married woman who's husband traveled so much that she was usually 'available' to teach the college boys a special kind of anatomy. 'Laying the cornerstone of knowledge and all the boys in college', Mimi the College Widow. 2.) An unmarried woman working towards a degree who dates college students. That's my kind of higher learning! 3.) In Slang and Sociability, Connie Eble defines her as “a girl whom new men meet from year to year but whom no one ever marries.”
A true trailblazer. A maverick with no limits. Cool as hell and fun to be around. 2.) A charming troublemaker and rule-breaker with the gift of gab to talk themselves out of shenanigans. 3.) A true testament of coolness and all that's fucking awesome!
1940's term, back when young women wore poodle skirts and rolled their bobby socks down to their ankles. Shirley Temple portrayed this adorable, adolescent character in 1947 Oscar winning film; The Batchelor and the Bobby Soxer.