A decade later was used as an expression of distaste, disgust, or revulsion by people who attended comedy clubs, probably due to the disgusting nature of the jokes told in a more vulgarity-tolerant society. Can also be used in its adjective form, yucky.
see also: blech, ew, yucky, ick, icky
Yuck! There's a freakin' fly in my soup!
ii. A decade later, yuck became an expression of distaste or disgust, maybe due to the vulgarity of the jokes in the aforementioned comedy clubs.
Note: can also be used in adjective form, i.e., yucky
See also blech, ick, icky, ack, yech, blech, blah, bleh, yucky, hyuck & ew
ii. Mr Wilson: Yuck! Who put this dead fly and clear, whitish fluid in my goddamn soup?! Dennnnis!!
I came aboard for more than just to rhyme with him
Think ’99, when Puff woulda had Shyne with him
Matching Daytonas, rose gold on us
Goin' H·A·M in Ibiza done took a toll on us