||not being used, sitting on a shelf, collecting dust
||That old coffee tray has been gathering dust for years.
||prepare, get ready, find equipment and supplies
||After we print this manual we have to gear up for a novel.
||oh, well, gosh, wow
||Gee! What happened to your hair? Did you cut it yourself?
||oh, golly, gosh
||"Gee willickers!" Linda said, legs crossed and eyes bulging,
"Are you still in the bathroom!?"
||golly gee, gosh darn, aw shucks
||Gee whiz, Miss Julie. I'd never do anything to hurt you.
||strange person, scholar, book worm, nerd
||Allan reads a lot and stays by himself. He's kind of a geek.
||darn, gee whiz, gosh
||Geez, I hate mosquitoes!
||old man, old person, old coot
||On one street there was an old geezer begging for money.
||the differences between people aged 60 and 80
||The word senior includes everyone in the geezer gap.
||people born in the 1970s; a generation that wanted to change the work ethic
||Generation X said that the jobs disappeared as they graduated from high school and university.