A word Tom Graves uses to positively indicate an item has been checked off a list.
Tom Graves: Do you have a costume for the relay?
Me: Yes, I have a full-on, adult cow costume with udders and everything that I'll be running in.
Tom Graves: Well then you're all ticketyboo.
1. Going smoothly, doing all right. Copacetic
2. Proceeding quickly.
This expression may have originated in Scotland, where it's the title of a popular children's song. A song called "Everything Is Tickety-Boo" was recorded by Danny Kaye as part of the film "Merry Andrew".
This expression is heard more often in Canada nowadays. May have originated in the British military. Possibly related to the Hindi expression "tickee babu", meaning "everything's alright, sir". Some people spell it "diggity boo" or "tiggity boo".
Everything is tickety-boo, tickety-boo, tickety-boo...
Everything is okay or everything is fine.
I thought I had lost my keys, but I found them and everything was tickety boo.
West of Scotland phrase covering a range of situations which are to your entire satisfaction because of someone's intervention. Somewhere between "right on" and "thanks pal."
Here's a tenner.
A task or project that is to be completed in a quick fashion and/or expeditiously
You better get in and out of that store Tickety Boo, I'm NOT missing my game for this!!