Kayleigh Roberts, the online editor of bop and Tiger Beat, had her own take on the phenomenon.
These people that work for the bop are not rocket scientists.
bop had produced self-conscious artists who refused to bow to conventional assumptions of what was entertaining.
He would do a harried married man or an old horse on its last legs or a bop musician named Cool Cees or a whole Italian movie.
To “bop” means in the Suffolk dialect “to stoop or bow the head.”
Once in a while to be sure a head grows a bit too big and then we all take a bop at it!
There is another "p" and an "e" tacked on to bop, but I have eliminated the unnecessary and call him "Bob" for short.
Strange to say this was not my first linguistic effort, which was, as a matter of fact, the Romany word "bop."
It is extended to members with bop difficulties to support adjustment and reform policies and economic agendas.
Sometimes 'e jes' bop 'em crost de ear wid a battlin' stick, or kick 'em in de beehind.
1948, shortening of bebop or rebop; as a verb, "play bop music, play (a song) in a bop style," from 1948. It soon came to mean "do any sort of dance to pop music" (1956). Related: Bopped; bopping.
The musical movement had its own lingo, which was in vogue in U.S. early 1950s. "Life" magazine [Sept. 29, 1952] listed examples of bop talk: crazy "new, wonderful, wildly exciting;" gone (adj.) "the tops--superlative of crazy;" cool (adj.) "tasty, pretty;" goof "to blow a wrong note or make a mistake;" hipster "modern version of hepcat;" dig "to understand, appreciate the subtleties of;" stoned "drunk, captivated, ecstatic, sent out of this world;" flip (v.) "to react enthusiastically." [Life Sept. 29, 1952]
: a bop musician