[ some... time? ] <noun>step
@jk 1970s: also <noun>-wave
@jk 2050s: <noun>-thwap
@jk 1950s: <noun>-nick
1960s <adjective or exclamation>-ie
@jk what will 2020s be? i vote for <noun>-snout
@bunnyhero hopefully !!!!!!!!!
@jk I'm ready for the musical wave-particle duality
@jk insert vapor as all of those nouns
( reading _City Come A-Walkin'_, first printed July of '80....
probably-mostly-fake genre-of-the-future is "angst rock"
it checks out..... )
@jk 2020s: <noun>-vore
2020s : <noun>-time
I just think Joplin's due for a comeback, feel it in my bones.
@jk what about New Wave and No Wave? those are from the 80s and 90s :P
@lyliawisteria yeah but theyre the only two arent they, and one is a play on the other
@daforest @lyliawisteria i hate it when i put up some lighthearted thing and people try to correct me on something inherently like, uncorrectable, like "what decade does the prefix wave- most apply to". like nobody here is being mean an any way but its just a real drag. like unnecessary friction. damn. like the only conclusion you can really reach, at this point, is that there isnt any decade that has its own iconic prefix, and the premise to my toot is flawed, and i should delete it??? orrr
@jk 2020s: <noun>horse
@jk ‘80s new wave
@balglaas yeah but what other waves were there! no wave. that’s it. two!!
@jk little known fact that the musical scene in liverpool has followed exactly this trend but nobody's heard of anything past merseybeat
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