Big commotion

Big commotion - HOOHA
Big commotion

Once upon a time, in a small town, there was a group of soldiers who were stationed at a nearby army base. Every Friday, they would gather at the local bar to unwind after a long week of training. One particular Friday, they decided to let loose and have a big party. They brought over their friends from the air force and navy, and soon the bar was packed with military personnel.

As the night went on, the music got louder, and the drinks were flowing freely. Suddenly, one of the soldiers, feeling particularly patriotic, began to shout “HOOHA!” at the top of his lungs. The others joined in, and soon the entire bar was chanting “HOOHA!” over and over again.

The noise was so loud that it could be heard all over town, and soon people started to come out of their homes to see what was going on. It was a big commotion that lasted late into the night. The next morning, the townspeople were still talking about the crazy party at the bar.

From that night on, the soldiers and their friends would use “HOOHA” as their rallying cry whenever they wanted to make a big commotion. And that’s how the crossword clue “Big commotion” became associated with the word “HOOHA.”