Mock-pompous English greeting which conveys jocular familiarity on the recipient. Sometimes used in conjunction with "What ho!" and "Old bean" for maximum effect. Derived from PG Wodehouse's Jeeves and Wooster.
Edmund: All right, where is the malingering git?
George: Hello, Cap! Pip pip, Balders! Here I lie.
by weaselnorris May 9, 2004
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A: We'll be in touch. i'm just about to watch a recording of Arsenal smashing the shit out of wigan

B: Enjoy! Pip pip!
by divine horsemen January 23, 2011
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Good bye in british. Falls in the same category as toodle-loo
So long, farethewell, pip pip cheerio. I'll be back soon.
by Ellski September 11, 2007
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The british translation of lets go, see you later
often said during coitis by a person of english origimn
by anonomoose12345 November 22, 2016
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My two very very naughty birds.
Pip Pip, stop biting Cheerio, oh dear.

Pip Pip, be a nice sister and stop hitting your brother.

Pip Pip Cheerio, what are you doing?
by JackieBoy666 October 27, 2019
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Pip pip cheerio is an inaccurate stereotypical English saying of "Hello". NO ONE SAYS IT IN REAL LIFE. A lot of Britain doesn't drinks tea. We don't go to the chippy a lot. We have good teeth.
(On American TV imitating England)
Oh pip pip cheerio mummy!
by disappointed English person October 28, 2013
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