The saying "ho, ho, ho" originated with Santa Clause.
From Santa laughing.
Soccer was taken to South America by the Spaniards ho invaded that countries.
i guess this comes from the post code of Santa's address:HOH OHObut who really cares!? santa is a wonderful person who only gives and doesn't take-well, he takes mince pies and brandy actually but, hayho!
it was created to have something to say at the start of a telephone conversation Origin: Alteration of hallo, alteration of obsolete holla, stop!, perhaps from Old French hola : ho, ho! + la.
gung-ho comes from somewhere were i don't know i had this question for my English h/w and i didn't know what to do but if you don't get it or cant answer it its not your fault so just tell the truth and that is you don't know.
A cherry popsicle...lol
there is no Pokemon called ho ho ho but there is one called ho ho who is in Pokemon crystal/gold
Ho! Ho! Ho! Santas laugh.
Ho, Ho, Ho refers to Santa's deep belly laugh.
"Ho, Ho, Ho" is a common phrase said by Santa to express Christmas joy and cheer.
Why does the executive branch have agencies such as the FBI and the EP A? Please help me
He doesnt really but because most people picture him as quite big it is what he says HO HO HO Merry Christmas! when ever santa says HO HO HO it means that he can either see a ho or its because he is laughing at a ho because that HO did somehting funny :)
Yes, I would say he does say HO HO HO. But it's not like a Santa Claus HO HO HO it's more of a OH OH OH.