Greasers are a working-class youth subculture that was popularized in the late
1940s and 1950s by middle and lower class teenagers in the United States.
How to Be a Greaser. According to Wikipedia, "Greasers are a working class
youth sub-culture that originated in the 1950s in the USA.
greasers are usually characterized by their cuffed blue jeans, pompdours, flanel
or white shirts, switchblades, dr martins, chuck taylors, pre 65 cars, and ...
The Greasers are a loosely organized gang that appear in the 1950s segment of
Mafia II. Street...
The Greaser Delinquents trope as used in popular culture. You've seen them in
nearly every work set in The Fifties, and to a lesser extent, The '60s and very …
The greasers were poorer than the Socs or the Middle Class. They were wilder,
too. When a Soc or Middle Class person saw a greaser, they immediately ...
In this lesson, you will learn about the characteristics, history, influences and
appearance of the greaser subculture. Following the lesson will...
Welcome to the Stone Greaser website, documenting the Greaser gangs from
Chicago and New York from the 1950s until today.
Greasers first appeared in films like Rebel Without a Cause. Soon their greased
up hair and leather jackets were the new trend for rebellious teenagers.
1 : one that greases. 2 usually offensive : a native or inhabitant of Latin America
or a Mediterranean land; especially : mexican. 3 : an aggressive swaggering ...