In the past several months, talk of a technology bubble has become more commonplace even as yo!
It is “yo,” the absence of reason, the sound of a simply occupying and desperate stimulus.
I yo AIRGORDON and the rest of my yo friends when I wake up for no discernible reason, other than to assert my existence.
as a greeting, 1859, but the word is attested as a sailor's or huntsman's utterance since early 15c. Modern popularity dates from World War II (when, it is said, it was a common response at roll calls) and seems to have been most intense in Philadelphia.
: The president mused about his ''yips,'' anxiety when putting (1963+ Golf)