from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An exuberant laugh.
- n. One, such as a joke, that causes such a laugh.
- transitive v. To joke or laugh exuberantly: a student who yukked it up in class.
- interj. Slang Variant of yuck1.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- interj. An exuberant laugh.
- interj. One, such as a joke, that causes such a laugh.
- v. To laugh exuberantly.
Once players have "Romed" around a bit * yuk yuk*, they can pick up a quest for golden treasure.
Old yo-yo yuk-yuk is out from under his rock again!
Tattle: Imagine Latifah & Snooki whirling on 'Dancing' floor "DANCING with the Stars," perhaps in a bid to live up to its title yuk, yuk, will deal with a whole new caliber of celebrity for the 13th season.
Besides the "yuk" & "eeew -- gross" factor, this pendulous, ineffectual, slug-like behavior could have some dramatic effects on the world around them:
The guide goes on to warn that children might also "react negatively to a culinary tradition other than their own by saying 'yuk'".
Anybody who on casually turning the pages says "yuk" should read on.
So yes, that would include saying "yuk" when presented with "Fish pie and stewed cabbage" and indeed "gefilte fish"
Does this attitude extend to child-care workers saying "yuk" when confronted with the contents of an ethnic child's nappy?
Would brown people be reported for saying "yuk" to fish pie and stewed cabbage?
This could include a child of as young as three who says "yuk" in response to being served unfamiliar foreign food.
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