I cannot get this word out of my head.
It's been in there for weeks now. It must be caught in a particularly deep brain groove.
I did a Google search on "what is booyah" and came up with this:
booyah is also a chicken stew which can be found in its true state in the upper fox river valley of eastern
booyah is usually associated with church picnics
booyah is found
booyah is a thick chicken stew that many believe was created in northeastern wisconsin by walloon belgian settlers
booyah is my alter ego
booyah is a thick chicken and beef stew created by walloon belgian immigrants to northeastern wisconsin
booyah is $2
booyah is primarily chicken with lots of variations in preparation and ingredients
booyah is mainly a local thing
booyah is ranked 2 and has played for 9h15m in 5 days real name
booyah is ranked 5 and has played for 7h36m in 5 days real name
booyah is ranked 16 and has played for 38m in 30 days real name
booyah is a funny word
booyah is simmered slowly over a wood fire in a large drum
booyah is a thick
booyah is the name of our band and someday we will be stars
booyah is out of businness
booyah is sweet
booyah is the name of the gang
booyah is a type of chicken soup favored in northeast wisconsin and often served at large festivals and gatherings
booyah is really a
booyah is capitalized in a sentence
booyah is wearing that same ol' batman mask
booyah is a party freak
booyah is scheduled for the busy weekend of november 10
booyah is coming up fast
And then there is this little rhyme, from "Belgians in Heaven" by Frederick Heide and James Kaplan. It's from a website that tells us that "booyah rhymes with doo-dah." (???)
Cheese curds, booyah and beer,
That's what I like to hear.
I may be kinda pokey,
But I say "okey-dokey!"
To cheese curds, booyah and beer.
Mm. Sounds yummy.
Is it 5:27 already?
I'm going home now.