My web-based dictionary states “woah” is also acceptable, although rarely used.
The version we had in the late 50s was this: “Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear, a Fuzzy bear was he. He sat upon the railroad track; the train he did not see. Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear.” Some even said Fuzzy was not Ursus but a Wooly Bear Caterpillar.
If it is so popular, why are remnant stores packed to the ceiling with Pumpkin Spice products for months after Autumn is just a memory?
I read this daily, but rarely comment for the stated reasons - yours and mine.
What a bunch of…. Take a humorous comic and make it into a political/scientific/conspiracy laden argument. Cheesh!
He doesn’t claim “authority”. He recommends because it’s common and good sense.
My Miss Kitty had thyroid radiation therapy. The vet’s office told us to have an old t-shirt of mine in her carrier, as comfort. She was to be there for several days. Odor, aroma – presence.
Reverent symbolism neither over- nor under-stated.
Since I know very little about Star Wars, will someone explain this to me? Thanks.