Boo and Reboo
1. A sound uttered to show contempt, scorn, or disapproval. (source: Dictionary.com)
2. Boo is a term that is derived from the French word “beau” meaning beautiful. In 18th century England it meant an admirer, usually male. It made it’s way into Afro-Caribean language perhaps through the French colonisation of some Caribean islands. [Boo now means] girl or boyfriend. (source: UrbanDictionary.com)
1. rumble (source: Dictionary.com)
2. Something that is cool, is reboo. Reboo is a word used mainly by people(s) who eat tacos, nachos and burritos. But you can use it as well. (source: UrbanDictionary.com)
3. The name of a cafeteria-style Chinese restaurant (source: the streets of Shanghai)
-Linus, to Sally
–Taiwanese rock band!
The logo reminds me of “reboot”, take a rest, come and have some barley…
I don’t see where “reboo” has anything to do with “people(s) who eat tacos, nachos and burritos”. I believe that the word has its roots in the Spanish, French, and Portuguese words that mean “echo” “thunder” “rebound” and “bounce”. Maybe I would understand the taco nuance if I was really cool, eh?
What type of food do they serve? Chinese? Norther American or a mix bag?
[…] And where was this poster hanging? No, not in the Arctic Circle. It was on the wall inside Chinese cafeteria Reboo. […]