This post is just a quick and friendly tutorial on a few often-confused words:
And to make sure I don’t steer you wrong, I checked my definitions with Webster’s Dictionary.
Awe: wonderment (or dread), as in “I am in awe of how many Sugar Babies you can consume in a single sitting.”
Aw: a term used to express sympathy or adorableness (can be real or fake), often paired with a head tilt, as in, “Aw, too many Sugar Babies, huh? Feel better.”
Ah: an onomatopoeic term used during a lightbulb moment (or a pretend one), as in, “So what you’re saying is that with Sugar Babies in the house, you have the self control of a toddler. Ah.”
Yeah: a laid-back response in the affirmative, as in, “Yeah, I’m bringing Sugar Babies, why?”
Yea: an affirmative response used in oral voting. “I vote yea on the proposal of confiscating the Sugar Babies!”
Yay: a cheer, expressing excitement, encouragement, or approval, as in, “Yay! Sugar Babies!”
I hope this has been helpful.