One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to emphasize that something will happen effortlessly and predictably.‘follow the appropriate twelve-step program and—bada bing—you're rolling in it’
- ‘You say a couple things in class (they don't even have to make sense), the prof smiles at you and bada boom bada bing, you're passing the course.’
- ‘Any doofus can go buy a keyboard, some software and bada boom, bada bing - you are a musician.’
- ‘Slip on these exotic sandals and bada-bing you're looking fabulous.’
- ‘I hit my reset button and bada bing, I now have a dead PC.’
- ‘Well, fast-forward a few years, bada bing, cultural icon.’
- ‘Finally, the bride drinks a little holy water from one side of the vase, the groom drinks a little from the other side, and bada-bing, bada-boom, theyre hitched.’
- ‘We found out each other had a bad day and bada boom bada bing, we were palling around like old buddies.’
Probably imitating the sound of a drum roll; popularized by the US television series The Sopranos.
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