hey-ho

hey-ho

(ˈheɪˈhəʊ) or

heigh-ho

interj
an exclamation of weariness, disappointment, surprise, or happiness
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Ruth, 57, also has Hey-Ho Ltd for "theatrical" business set up in her name, which has resources of PS210,000.
But hey-ho for now, this is a lovingly-made, warmly-acted and fabulously funny piece of TV and I do hope it returns.
If he wants to spoil his own opportunity to be a real sporting role model by showing himself up as an offensive, chauvinistic buffoon, then that's terribly unfortunate but hey-ho.
Maybe there is some resentment of Captain's empathy with the horses, Hey-Ho and Billy's cantankerous camel, Dolly.
Change the music maestro and hey-ho, back we go, to the "Back Up Tango.
She describes herself at a "muso, host and mumpreneur", nothing about political commentator but hey-ho, the girl obviously has ambitions in that department after her short stint on Loose Women.
They then come across more information signs that say Custom House Street and Canal Street are both "buses only", but hey-ho I've already abused the bus lanes in Wood Street so I'll fill my boots and do the same with Custom House Street.
In the event, those chanting "Hey-ho, hey-ho, the WTO has got to go" got their way: the talks were deadlocked as delegates from the developing world--supported by the might of the newly acceded China at last discovered their common purpose and refused to give in to demands from the EU and USA for further concessions.
If that means him giving up the presenting lark then, hey-ho, I suppose we'll just have to try to come to terms with it as best we can.
But hey-ho, this business we call show means we have to grin and bear it.
I have to go through this rather embarrassing bet but hey-ho.