hubba-hubba

hub·ba-hub·ba

 (hŭb′ə-hŭb′ə)
interj. Slang
Used to express approval, pleasure, or excitement.

hubba-hubba

interj
an expression of excitement or approval
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If your skin's looking as if you just did the hubba-hubba in a bed of mashed strawberries, it might be a case of the common skin condition eczema.
Forget pants and aftershave - there's nothing higher on the hubba-hubba scale than a bloke who is a brilliant advert for fatherhood.
The Pearl (A Magazine of Freelance and Voluptuous Reading), published between 1879 and 1880, had enough hubba-hubba to make Hugh Hefner blush.
The best local source turned out to be Hubba-Hubba, a store that advertises itself as "a boudoir of sin.
Ladies and gentlemen, I hereby announce that after almost a decade of devotion a devastating, unforeseen moment has come - I've officially lost my hubba-hubba crush on Simon Cowell.
Tech work for digital video shoot (shot with Canon XL1 camera) is basic, while Eddie Baytos' music goes for silly humor rather than the hubba-hubba sound of pics of yore.
APPARENTLY, Simon hubba-hubba Cowell, (nope, still not shifted that bizarre crush) has been warned to go easy on the young acts on Britain's Got Talent.
After half an hour of hubba-hubba, I would be found dead at the bottom of this pile of pleasure, a rictus grin ravishing my face.