Used to bring attention to something, especially the presence of a troll within a forum.
"...another troll escapes and lands in HPC town - AWOOGA AWOOGA!"
The phrase originated as a running joke on sci-fi
series Red Dwarf
in reference to the ship's emergency siren. It was, for some time popularized by fans of Red Dwarf and was later used by Red Dwarf star Craig Charles on his 1993 game show Cyberzone. Craig used the phrase in much the same context as on Red Dwarf (when the game show sirens were sounded) and it became a 'catch phrase' of sorts for Craig on the game show, but was also a reference to the Red Dwarf joke.
John Fashnu picked up the catch phrase after appearing on Craig's show 'Cyberzone' as a guest, and subsequently copied it for himself on Gladiators. This caused much upset amongst fans of both Red Dwarf and Craig Charles, not only because he had copied the phrase, but used it incorrectly as a personal 'catch phrase' of his own.
cool version of Eurika (I found it!).
Derives from sound of alarm (Awooga Awooga!).
See "The Awooga Waltz" from Red Drawf (British Comedy Sciu-fi TV show).Red Dwarf starred Craig Charles - hence used in later Robot wars as welcome...
When searching the internet, if you find something you say
"Awooga!"I found it.
Created and first used by the Awooga brothers, Fash the bash, Kris Akabusi and Craig Charles, Awooga is a sign of excitement, happiness and an utterance of agreement.
Welcome to Robot wars, Awooga.
New world record Awooga.
The world is round. Awooga
It refers to a girl with enormous breasts. The term awoogas originated from the sound an observer would make upon seeing the above mentioned enormous breasts.
Charles: Whoa man that girl has huge awoogas!!!!!!!
Dude: OMFGS don't you just want to motor boat that?!
Charles: H3LL Yes (boingoingoingoingoin - sound of p3n15 getting erect)
An expressing word very much like the word yay, to express happiness. Created by Amylia Marie O'Neill.
Amylia: EEEEH! Awooga!!
1. The noise a submarine makes before it dives.
2. The sound of an old car horn.
1. Prepare to dive. <i>Awooooooooga</i>. Awooga.
2. Here comes Mr. Jenkins in his new horseless carrage. <i> Awooooooooooooga</i>
The word used to alert the other bar staff when a hot girl walked in. Shamelessly stolen from John Fashanu