here we go : used when something is just beginning to happen or move
“Here we go,” I said as the roller coaster began to climb the first hill.
by unbelieveable April 18, 2016
Typically yelled in a voice that is supposed to sound like a young cat, here we go is stated by anyone who is about to do something kind of lame. The phrase originated in the feline species Rickolous Tufingtonus who would yell said phrase just before they were going to be eaten by a saber tooth tiger or a hippo.
John yelled "Here We Go!" in a naisly voice right before he entered a staff meeting
by tbonecohn August 29, 2006
Typically yelled in a voice that is supposed to sound like a young cat, "here we go" is stated by anyone who is about to do something kind of lame. The phrase originated in the feline species Rickolous Tufingtonus who would yell said phrase just before they were going to be eaten by a saber tooth tiger or a hippo.
"Here We Go!" John yelled in a naisly voice right before he entered a staff meeting
by tonycohn August 25, 2006
A battle chant originating in Pittsburgh, PA for the purpose of cheering on the Black & Gold.
Doug: Some drunk guy downtown was screaming "Here we go Steelers, here we go!" in the middle of March.

Joe: What an idiot.
by DanZ. February 4, 2006
An event that's happening again, come on, surely you knew that?
"Brayden brought the matches to the petrol station, here we go again"
by Millez June 10, 2018
a chant at a rager, but mostly a sign that a group of guys have been drinking quite a bit.

you'll here it loud and proud, and if you try and keep it quiet it just gets louder.
"HERE WE GO BOYS, HERE WE GO BOYS, HERE WE GO BOYS!"
by itsmebitches... August 8, 2009
What one says before performing cunnilingus on their main squeeze, preferably in a Lecter-esque tone of voice.
If you need an example, you're nowhere near smooth enough to pull this off successfully. Get a job.
by Burmecion January 20, 2004