"The first heart sound or "lub" results from closure of the tricuspid and mitral valves. It is a rather low-pitched and a relatively long sound which, as indicated in, represents the beginning of ventricular systole.
The second heart sound, or "dub," marks the beginning of ventricular diastole. It is produced by closure of the aortic and pulmonary (pulmonic) semilunar vanes when the intraventricular pressure begins to fall. This "dub" sound is typically heard as a sharp snap because the semilunar valves tend to close much more rapidly than the AV valves. Because diastole occupies more time than systole, a brief pause occurs after the second heart sound when the heart is beating at a normal rate. Therefore, the pattern that one hears is one of: "lub-dub" pause, "lub-dub" pause, and so on.
Sometimes, especially in young normal individuals, a third heart sound can be heard. This sound is produced by the very rapid influx of blood into the partially filled ventricle. It is typically very faint and as such difficult to hear"
"Lub dub, lub dub, lub dub"
Doctor: Your heart sounds just fine Mary!
Mary: Oh thank you Doctor!
A phrase you say when you have a great success and your point is proven. Comparable to "Hooray" except it's more like "In your face!". Commonly used when the competition is at loss. Used in the iTouch/iPhone app "Fastlane".
"I told you she was a ho!"
"What are you talking about?"
"Umm...her profile picture is her in her undergarments."