da bomb

da bomb

verb
See also: bomb, Da
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What started as an obsession with bath bombs turned into Da Bomb Bath Fizzers, a company that cranks out 500,000 bombs a month for retailers like Target and Ulta.
In a video for their song Drop Da Bomb, they drop a bomb on an Arab country, eerily showing a flag used by the Syrian opposition.
DA BOMB Shaz & Nicole go crazy " Anna, who has her own recruitment agency, admits: "It's a struggle and a grind and I don't want to do what I'm doing.
Rob fished a small jig head Da Bomb soft bait form Lure Fanatics and 6lb fluorocarbon leader with 8lb braid mainline, and added another of 1lb 14oz.
Randy said you're da bomb, Paula loved the sincerity in your voice, and Simon thought it was your best performance so far even though you sang that song in the early stages of the competition.
The decade also introduced 'dude, duh, da bomb and NOT
Antwacky - old-fashioned Book - really cool Cotch down - hang out or sleep Da Bomb - great, excellent Gash - unpleasant, ugly Hench - strong, tough boy.
Tomorrow night the Cellar Bar welcomes the Trinity Rooms Tour to Teesside with KC, JOHNNY DA BOMB and JON GREGORY.
AS A young person who thinks Vent Your Spleen is da bomb I was wondering if you would consider a column dealing with issues relevant to the Under 25s, as Vent has one too many moaning pensioners banging on about buses for my liking.
The flirty Kitten (aka Suzanne Ramsey) got her start playing piano with Courtney Love, and now she's da bomb in San Francisco's burlesque scene.
Actually, they said, "We're chillin' now, cuz we think it's all that, da bomb.
The phrase da bomb is defined as an informal description of an outstandingly good person or thing.
The pounds 9 sauce comes in a black bottle labelled DA BOMB Ground Zero.