boy oh boy

boy oh boy

(spoken) also oh boy
I am excited or surprised to say Everyone said it would be fun, so I went to the party, and, boy oh boy, was it great!
Usage notes: usually said to emphasize something good, but also sometimes used to emphasize something negative: I had a cold and, oh boy, I felt terrible.
See also: boy, oh
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We loved QOS back then, but boy oh boy what have the BBC done to it now?
RELEVANT PRODUCTSTICKS LIKE S*** It's a cheeky name for an adhesive, but, boy oh boy, does it work.
But, boy oh boy, have they kicked up a hornet's nest this time around.
Now that may have been unadulterated joy, or it may have been what happens when bruising begins (and boy oh boy I have some impressive bruises) but I had such a good time that I didn't even care that on reviewing the photos afterwards, yes I did look a bit like a baby hippopotamus.
You know I love England and sometimes miss it, but boy oh boy .
Roeder said before the game that the key to United's success depended on Butt's ability to mop up everything in front of the back four, and boy oh boy didn't he do just that?
The performance itself was a top line entertainment which was well choreographed and managed by the two principals, Janet Horsfall and Sheila Hodgson and - boy oh boy - what costumes
And yet the lessons - and boy oh boy, are there lessons here, imparted to treacly music that's not just heart-tugging but heart-throttling - are determinedly, simplistically humanistic.
There is still a long way to go for Dhawan of course; but if this innings is any indication of what is to come, boy oh boy are Indian fans in for a treat.
Boy oh boy, did they live up to the expectations - with Ribery shading it in my opinion.
As people will see on the show, boy oh boy did Smudge make the most of his opportunity," Noel laughs.
You should have had your first tomatoes by now, and I don't know if it's wish fulfilment or not, but, boy oh boy, do they taste great
WATCHING JEREMY Northam and Sean Hayes re-enact numerous routines from the heyday of the comedy team of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, viewers likely will have a recurring thought: Boy oh boy, were people a lot more easily amused back then.