now you're talking!

now you're talking

That is what I wanted to hear; that's a good idea or a good plan, especially compared to previous suggestions. A: "We could just have some sandwiches for dinner." B: "Meh." A: "Or we could try that new Thai place." B: "Oh yeah, now you're talking!" A: "I've reconsidered—I want to come on the road trip with you guys." B: "All right, now you're talking! You better pack, because we're leaving in 15!"
See also: now, talk
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Now you're talking!

Inf. Now you are saying the right things. Tom: I won't put up with her behavior any longer. I'll tell her exactly what I think of it. Bill: Now you're talking! John: When I get back to school, I'm going to study harder than ever. Mother: Now you're talking!
See also: now
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

now you're talking!

COMMON People say Now you're talking! to show that they think that what someone has just said is a good idea or that you would like something they have offered you very much. A ready-made tent — with real beds, cooker and refrigerator — well, now you're talking.
See also: now
Collins COBUILD Idioms Dictionary, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2012

now you're talking!

used to express your enthusiastic agreement with or approval of a statement or suggestion.
See also: now
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