Its official: The term ‘Booyah’ is back and it has little to do with Tiger Woods.
I’m happy to say booyah hasn’t left my lexicon since 1992ish – 22 years and going strong. My coworkers and family can attest to my loyal usage.
Turns out, the use of booyah is at an all time high and we can only expect it to skyrocket as a result of being published right here on T&R. Reference google word stats.
For those of you who are boo-curious and want to get started right away, here are a few of my favorite uses:
- Dennis Rodman checks himself into rehab after his visit with Stinky Pete Jong Un…Booyah!
- My kid:”Dad, why does metal rust?” Me: “When water hits iron, it mixes with carbon dioxide in the air. This mix creates a weak carbonic acid, an electrolyte that starts to dissolve the iron. The dissolved iron then combines with the oxygen freed from the water. These two compounds combine to create iron oxide, or rust. Booyah, Dad knows everything sucka!”
- Drone strike…booyah!
- Booyah, its a little chilly out.
According to The American Slang Dictionary, the term is often combined with the Ice Man volleyball style arm pump. I can dig it.
For those of you who have not been afraid to continue its use, I commend you.
For those of you that are willing to get your foot in the door on this about-to-be-viral trend, congratulations.