A colloquialism in native Birdperson Language meaning:

"I am in great pain, please help me"
by Fran Vinokur September 6, 2015
Travis" Bro you good
Andrew"wubba lubba dub dub
Travis" what
by drobyboi December 19, 2019
A catchphrase that Morty's grandfather, Rick, uses in the Adult Swim animated comedy "Rick and Morty". Birdperson, a character who appears in the episodes "Ricksy Business" and "Get Schwifty" reveals that in his native tongue, it actually means "I am in great pain, please help me".
Bird Person: Morty, do you know what "wubba lubba dub dub" means?Morty: Oh, that's just Rick's stupid nonsense catchphrase.
by NrdyAhmd September 16, 2015
Wubba Lubba Dub Dub is Rick's catchphrase, which he recurrently uses in the show Rick and Morty, mostly in season one. He uses this phrase every time he's happy or makes a joke.

Wubba lubba dub dub Means "i am in great pain, please help me"
wub-wubbaa lubbaa dub duuub! HAHA! wUBbA LUbBA DUB DUB MORTY!!
by gudgai April 10, 2017
Jeff-Duuude, wubba lubba dub dub
Josh-Let's get you some help
by big boy socks September 20, 2017