Woop Woop


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Woop Woop

(ˈwuːp ˌwuːp)
n
(Human Geography) slang Austral a jocular name for any backward or remote town or district
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Aaron Law: "Woop woop!!" Megan Russell: "allllll the good foods and cheesecakes."
Forget warmongers and book-keepers - they'll have ironmongers and beekeepers; and handmade notebooks, vintage furniture, rope crafts, paintings, books and prints, circus props (and circus kombucha), tools, t-shirts, hot food and a Woop Woop Crepe Wagon and a whole pink gallery of art work, and more.
I'm seeing so much online activity of anonymous people called '@Faragewozrite and @meghanizfake, what I would like for Xmas is every time they say something abusive or just untrue, their face, name, address, where they work and a picture of their mum's face looking very disappointed would flash up with a big WOOP WOOP siren noise for all to see.
Woop woop!" A reunion with an ex-employee in Atlanta causes Barry some wonderment that the man only earns a couple of million dollars a year.
Sarah Williams-Baker Clean and cheap electricity, woop woop!
Jonny Benjamin said: "Just landed at Edinburgh airport to a powercut, woop woop! Stuck on the plane with no sign of getting out of it for a while!
Parading himself in his paintings is, more likely, a form of self-mockery that is also signaled by silly captions (the woop woop of the 2015-16 painting of that name, or the the of The Antipodean, 2015-16).
But, in inspired casting, Stephan Elliott brought the veteran back to Australia for the final time in the latter half of that decade for a breakout part playing a thuggish, foul-mouthed, redneck patriarch in wacky comedy Welcome to Woop Woop (1997).
ON THE UP THE GOLDEN GLOBES WOOP woop! Awards season begins this weekend with the Globes.