Top Definition
quickening your pace or getting down to business/work. Originally from the show 'Gilmore Girls.'
I need to copper boom my home work.
by Taheka December 08, 2003
From the TV Show Gilmore Girls. On Rory's first day of college she's yelling up to her mom, Lorelai. Rory's says that she has too many beauty products to pack and it used to be just a little coppertone and boom she was done. All Lorelai catches is Copper Boom, so it become a phrase meaning to hurry up, get to it etc.
Lorelai: Copper boom!
Rory: What?
Lorelai: What you said to me this morning when you were trying to speed me up.
Rory: But you missed a bunch of stuff in between.
Lorelai: I think it's catchy. Go, go, unpack.
Rory: Copper boom.
Lorelai: Copper boom!
#hurry up #come on #quickly #lets go #speed up
by blueberry89 August 24, 2009
a famous Gilmore Girls saying. It's not only restricted to fans, but most commonly used by them. Add to sentences for emphasis- it's basically the super adjective!
Rory Gilmore: Hey mom!

Lorelai Gilmore: Rory! how was your day at Chilton? COPPERBOOM!
#oy #with #the #poodles #already #gilmore #girls #copper #boom
by ranikins94 February 13, 2008
love you and/or miss you, orginated from "Gilmore Girls".
"I've got to go, Copper Boom, Bye!"
#copper #boom #gilmore girls #rory #loreli
by amber jeanne May 25, 2007
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