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Which decade was 'groovy': the Seventies or the Sixties?

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MonstrousMerryHenry Mon 26-Oct-09 14:55:00

I know the 60s were swinging, but I need to know specifically which of the two was 'groovy'.

This is a very important question that may indeed save the world from impending doom.

grin

tethersend Mon 26-Oct-09 15:01:04

The seventies.

I hope that clears things up smile

MonstrousMerryHenry Mon 26-Oct-09 15:09:42

Thank you! That's what I thought. Cheers, matey!

shockers Mon 26-Oct-09 15:13:54

Didn't 60's hippies say "groovy maaaan" ?

MonstrousMerryHenry Mon 26-Oct-09 15:22:35

Oh no - don't mess up my work, maaaan! That is like, so, totally not groovy!

tethersend Mon 26-Oct-09 15:27:25

But the hippy movement was mainstream from the Summer of Love (1967) until the birth of punk(1976), so therefore it was the seventies.

Mostly.

YABU.

MonstrousMerryHenry Mon 26-Oct-09 15:41:58

Okay okay guys, let's not forget we're talking about looooove and peeeeeace and chilllllout, man.

grin

shockers Mon 26-Oct-09 15:43:45

Who me??
What are you doing? I'm intrigued....

MonstrousMerryHenry Mon 26-Oct-09 16:07:57

Oh, just writing a something for something. Not really saving the world, in case you were wondering grin.

lou33 Mon 26-Oct-09 16:09:02

70's

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