big whoop

big whoop

interj. Slang
Used ironically to indicate that something is unimportant or unimpressive.
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Chris Fischer, a mechanical engineer in Colorado from US-based team Big Whoop, said that while most big professional races are held in the US, this is the biggest event on the calendar.
In my opinion, if you're just casually dating, it's no big whoop who she fucks.
If you change the console market, then, big whoop - it's kind of a boring market to be honest with you.
The songstress made a big whoop last season on the show when she simultaneously presented a new look and a new song .
When that scene came on there was a big whoop of excitement
At any rate, since I started putting words into groups of more than two, the turnover of big whoop occasions has slowed somewhat.
Monkey Island concerns the exploits of Guy Threepwood - pirate wannabe - as he chases after the Treasure of Big Whoop.
He took Duke's identical line to the hole, with a higher ball flight, and his ball took the contour of the green just the same and as it slowly rolled inside the pro's ball, all the amateur golfers parked around the tee started Letting out a big whoop.
It's surprising, in a good sort of way, making that option available and not making a big whoop about it," says Jeb Havens, 25, a lead designer for 1st Playable Productions and one of the few openly gay designers in the gaming industry.
Briefly, Joanni is a song about Joan of Arc and How To Be Invisible is one big whoop from start to finish.
When Watchdog told her the happy result, an emotional Seana said: "I'm going to go and have a big whoop now - and then a good cry.
A Beach Boys song begins to play on the sound system as the small crowd hits the water, paddles out among the moored sailboats and forms a circle for a big whoop before moving past the breakwater and out into the bay.