Sexual activity; copulation; ass: dragging girls into the woods ''for a little boom-boom'' (1960s+ Armed forces)
“I was watching ‘Daniel The Tiger’ with my kid and I heard two shots like ‘boom-boom,’” he said.
Christie was always the logical choice to be the candidate favored by the boom-boom caucus.
And then to the rattle of the musketry was added the boom-boom of the field-pieces.
It was this man's efforts which sent the boom-boom sounding at intervals over the landscape.
But still he was eaten up by curiosity, and he tried to explore the reed-bed where the boom-boom was.
B-o-o-m, b-o-o-m, boom-boom—whi-r-r-r-r-r—there sounds the drum of the partridge.
Tiny little field mice were singing and dancing in a circle to the boom-boom of a wee, wee drum.
"Action-right" was the yell, round wheeled the guns, and boom-boom, came the answer to the Boers.
And all the other cities, big and little, said a boom-boom of their own.
"Sure—Indians—boom-boom," Two-and-Two chuckled, brightening.