American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- interj. Used to express jubilance.
- idiom. make whoopee Slang To engage in a noisy, boisterous celebration.
- idiom. make whoopee Slang To make love.
- n. noisy and boisterous revelry
- Alteration of whoop. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“She called in to take a few questions, not one of which had the word whoopee in it.”
“At Saturday’s 14th and U Streets NW Farmers Market, find Seascape’s ever-bearing strawberries (sweet and flavorful); Copper Pot’s pumpkin whoopee pies; and red and yellow raspberries at Kuhn.”
“Despite his avowed personal fondness for the flatulence simulators known as whoopee cushions, Mr. Nielsen had a reputation for playing lawyers, ambassadors and other button-down, square-jawed types.”
“I got caught up in the "whoopee" too and found myself wanting to do it!”
“This "winter water" I know, my French is atrocious for me springtime-bright: heavy on the hawthorne and iris, with more than a touch of the "whoopee" feeling that I got from Serge Lutens Santal Blanc, but gossamer light.”
“The very woody iris and creamy sandalwood a sandalwood that I have received many compliments on come in to ground this scent, but like Daim Blond syrupy opening blast, that "whoopee" opening is never far off; any bit of movement that would make you glow will bring it right back in a more muted form.”
“It's what most ozonic fragrances want to be and aren't, perhaps because it doesn't use ozone; it's an olfactory "whoopee"!”
“The Newlywed Game, and I would ask, "What does 'whoopee' mean?”
“It has some of that fenugreek "whoopee" that I love in Serge Lutens Santal Blanc as it dries down, as well as an incensey sage, and while it does have the tenacity of Sables, it's not overwhelming: it was as light and delicious in the searing LA sunshine as it was in the Artic chill of Beverly Hills department stores, and since I had inadvertantly hosed myself in enough of it to wet my all-stars I think I can write that with impugnity”
“Jokes such as whoopee cushions, fake dog poo, fake biscuits, fake vomit etc are always a hit OK, they’re plastic and yuck, but not violent….”
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Loved for their ingenuity, an exact description, or simply for the pure joy of it.
Words or Sayings from the 1920's or whatever that no one really uses anymore (at least in that context).
Words that are fun to say....
Go on, express that feeling! Cor Blimey!
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