good trip

good trip

1. n. a good session with LSD or some other drug. (Drugs.) Paul said he had a good trip, but he looks like the devil.
2. n. any good time. Compared to the last class, this one is a good trip.
See also: good, trip
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It was a good trip and now it is nice to be back feeling fresh.
by PTI Shah Rukh Khan believes if the stardom ends today, tomorrow or six years later, it should be a good trip.
It was a good trip - I am happy and everybody is happy after the game.
We had a rugby tour to Canada which I know the Year 9s have just replicated and I heard it was another really good trip that they enjoyed.
Nothing beats a good trip when it comes to bonding with your family and friends.
It is a very good trip and a good five days for us to move our training over here.
Good trip for beginners to learn butterfly identification.
Alright, Pedro, have a good trip out there and keep skating.
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Saudi Charge d'Affaires Jasim bin Mohammed Al-Khaldi wished, in a press statement, the pilgrims good trip to the holy sites and similar coming back home at the end, praying Allah Almighty to accept their Hajj.
It was a good trip, a chance for the lads to get together, and we feel in good shape.
THE difference between a good trip and a truly extraordinary one often lies in the skill, experience and understanding of your tour operator.
Five days before "devil's protest action", the man peacefully stood outside the Embassy with a bouquet of flowers waving goodbye and wishing a good trip for the Embassy staff.
We wish it a good trip, and best of luck in nearby Connecticut.