yay Haley for quick thinking and Bronagh for quick status updating!
If we did this, the policy costs for likely criminals would go up--yay!
But for The Hangover Part III, basically Todd just emailed me and said I was in it, and I was like, “yay!”
"this," as in yay big "this big," 1950s, perhaps from yea "yes" in its sense of "even, truly, verily." "a sort of demonstrative adverb used with adjectives of size, height, extent, etc., and often accompanied by a hand gesture indicating size" [DAS].
Something boring; a tedious account: Most of the time, stories about child care are a snooze, total yawners (1940s+)