Raise your solo cup to the solo marketers! The now-ubiquitous red Solo cup was developed by Robert Hulseman in the 1970's. Robert is the son of Leo Hulseman, who in the 1930's create the "Solo Cup", a paper cone he made at his home and sold to bottled-water companies.
Drip email means to deliver a series of emails, "dripping" into the inbox, so called because of drip irrigation.
In the 1950's, "drip" was slang for someone who is very uncool. but over the years, using "drip" fell out of style.
Then around 2018, the word "drip" had a renaissance thanks to hip-hop
We all know about email spam, which is unsolicited unwanted messages. We all know about SPAM, the canned cooked pork introduced by Hormel Foods in 1937. But do you know how unsolicited emails got to be named after a pork product?
Native English speakers know it is proper to say "a cute little purple dog" and not "a purple cute little dog". Or "great big blue ocean" and not "blue big great ocean". It's the thing we do and don't even know about. There is a grammar rule for that.