An expression of spontaneous mirth and delight, denoting whimsy and glee. Derived from the loose translation of a traditional greeting used briefly in the mid 14th Century by the fez-wearing nomads of the marshy grasslands of what is now modern day Kazakhstan.
Damn, bee-atch, did you see Carlen’s hutch chock full of Franklin Mint Collector’s Plates? HOT BUTTERED ELVES, it was a sight to behold, I'll tell you! Whooch!