Word used to express pride in the successful completion of a magic trick. Word is said whilst the fingers of both hands are splayed horizontally to the floor gesturing towards the area of the illusion. (one hand above the other)
Can also be used to celebrate general achivement and completion of tasks.
Can also be split in to two syllables, sha and zam when denoting something that is undeniably funny, yet unfortunate. (In this way used to "lighten the mood" )
Always accompanied with hand gesture
"When the sheet is dropped, the girl shall be gone!"
(sheet is dropped, girl is gone)
Straight A exam results
Shopping bag splits, shopping is spread over car park, muller rice rolls under car, person looks on in dejection