Pseudo-primitive exclamation indicating success or victory, usually after accomplishing a particularly challenging task, especially involving survival skills, physical prowess or the capacity to withstand pain. Invoking unnamed woo woo
powers ascribed to the most virulent and genetically successful of our stone-age ancestors.
Referring obliquely and euphemistically to various forms of caveman
sexual intercourse that will or might be the reward for such manly behaviour. The prospect of such reward is usually confined to the imagination of the person performing the task. It is gender specific; should never be uttered by a female.
Popularised in the YouTube series "101 Ways to Make Fire".
"Oonga Boonga, baby" shouted ROBwithaB, as he succeeded in making fire without matches, by coaxing sparks from rocks.