I saw this sentence at the end of an internet article:

It's bobo time.

Meaning that the author wanted to take his leave now. But what is "bobo" in "bobo time"? Something like bed time? What is the origin of this expression?

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    It might help if you gave us a link to the rest of the article. – J.R. Feb 26 '17 at 9:10
  • The article is partly in Indonesian, but the author is an English speaker.I don't understand why it's off topic. It's a learner question, and an expression (I've found it several time on the Internet, but couldn't figure the proper meaning) – Quidam Mar 2 '17 at 13:56
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    Did you read the Details, Please meta post? It explains the importance of providing context and prior research. Add those to your question – with an edit, not a comment – and your question can be reopened. – J.R. Mar 2 '17 at 15:41
  • I had the reply, so it's ok. But the context is not always possible. Here I would have to translate a text that is half-English half-Indonesian. – Quidam Mar 5 '17 at 4:42
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    Context is not always exact text from an article. You don't even tell us what the article is about, or (perhaps more significantly) the tone of it. Is it a humorous article? A political news piece? And there's probably more English text than "It's bobo time." In any event, it sounds like it might be a play on words (similar phonetically to "It's bye-bye time"), but that's just a guess. – J.R. Mar 5 '17 at 7:55

It's just a song sung by DJ Bobo.

1Time To Turn Off The Light

Now it’s time to turn off the light

Now it’s time to — say goodbye

Planet colors is coming back

Once again — someday...

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