Electric Literature's blog The Outlet brings this to our attention:

“Using ‘wicked’ as a term of approval” was first recorded in Fitzgerald’s 1920 novel This Side of Paradise, said Churchwell. And the act of partying (as a verb) was first used by E. E. Cummings in a 1920 letter describing how he’d “partied” in Paris.

Which means in a roundabout way, we have Cummings to thank for Rebecca Black's "Friday." That's the kind of thing that'll break your brain if you think about it too much.