Verb used by Mazda and Mazda engineered car(see Probe, Escort GT, Escort LX-E, Tracer LTS, Mercury Capri(and XR-2), and Festiva) owners instead of the word "drive" to convey spirited, agressive, sporty, and fun, driving.
Originated in Mazda commercials starting in 1999.
Police Officer: Sir, do you know how fast you were travelling back there?
Me: Sir, to tell you the truth I was zoom zooming so I'm sure I was going pretty quick.
Police Officer: I first saw you flying down the clover leaf exit back there, you looked out of control.
Me: Don't worry officer, I was just having a zoom zoom moment, I'll try to keep myself from doing that in the future.
Police Officer: Well, that's ok. I'm going to let you go on a warning. Have a nice day and be careful.
Me: Thanks officer. *gets out of sight and continues zoom zooming*
Adjective. Fast, zippy, fun, aerodynamic/stylish. Coined from Mazda car commercials.
That's a zoom-zoom ride you have there.
prison slang for items bought from a list of goods one can buy from the prison canteen. i.e. cookies, snacks, etc.
Man if you keep losing at spades, you gonna lose all your wham whams
and zoom zooms.
Trademark from Mazda's commercials, both in the music and spoken by young boy at the end.
"zoom... zoom... zoom"
Little fellow that used to hang around with 'The Little Green Man' in a 1980's Kids TV show in the U.K, ITV 4PM. Sorely missed by all.
Did anyone catch last nights episode of The little green man and zoom zoom
Slogan originally implemented my Mazada to suggest their quai-sporty yet "affordable" vehicles are capable of solving midlife crises. Can be extended to non-car like objects. Use usually reserved to douchebags.
VP Jerkface: My new laptop zoom zooms.
Guy Who Keeps Things Real: Punches Jerkface in the spine.
The annoying song featured in most Mazda TV ads at the moment.These ads should be viewed with extreme caution, as they may result in a broken TV and/or hand.
Zoom Zoom Zooooom...seriously...can cause mental illness