Verb. To go WAWA. Irish origin. Derived from the phrase, "We are where we are.", citizens are asked to go wawa by ignoring the past, including crimes, silly policies etc.
Judge, "Young man, if you think I'm about to go wawa and ignore your criminal record, you are mistaken."
"It is ridiculous to ask the Irish people to go wawa and pretend that members of the Dáil (parliament) do not have records worth remembering."
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