Green’s Dictionary of Slang

too utterly too (too) adj.

also too utterly utter
[too-too adj.]

a general term of approval, usu. regarded as somewhat affected.

[UK] ‘New Year’s Day’ in Pearl Christmas Annual 62: Her bubs were intense, / Her arse was immense, / And her cunt quite too utterly utter!
[UK]London Dly News 1 Dec. 2/1: This late text of 1522 is ‘almost too utterly too too’.
[UK]Liverpool Echo 28 June 3/6: Two innings for a club in existence two seasons is too utterly too too altogether.
[UK]Liverpool Echo 2 May 3/8: The latest craze is hat flirtation. it is too utterly utter, too intensely intense.
[UK]Essex Standard 30 June 2/6: Ah, this is too too — it is too utterly too!
[US]W.C. Gore Student Sl. in Cohen (1997) 22: too utterly too too Fine, excellent, beyond expression.
[UK]Manchester Courier 5 July 12/5: That train made me feel awfully grand, ‘quite too utterly too too,’ in fact.
[UK]J. Ware Passing Eng. of the Victorian Era 248/1: Too utterly too (Society, 1883). Final phrase resulting from the satirical use of ‘too-too.’.
[Scot]Eve. teleg. (Dundee) 28 July 3/4: Some of the carnical items were too utterly too too.