(one's) lucky day

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(one's) lucky day

A particular day or moment in one's life when one experiences extremely good luck, fortune, or favor. Wow, that's the third hand of poker I've won in a row—it must be my lucky day! Sir, today is your lucky day: you've been selected for an all-expenses-paid trip to the Bahamas!
See also: lucky
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Washington, Apr 23 ( ANI ): Kanye West met Kim Kardashian's family on Saturday in New York and it turned out to be his lucky day as the reality TV star's family absolutely loved him, according to reports.
Crowded Flight: A business traveler recognizes his lucky day when other travelers boarding the plane pass his row of seats, leaving him with three seats to himself on a full flight.
A police spokesman said: "If I was him I would play the lottery because today was his lucky day.
A YOUNG miner thought it was his lucky day when he found a huge diamond in the west African forests of Guinea.
There were chances at both ends after the break and Miller felt it was his lucky day after two more errors.
Even manager Paul Jewell admitted it was his lucky day as Beagrie slotted home a controversial penalty against fellow strugglers Wimbledon, and was then allowed to go on for a disputed second goal.
Cabbie Hovik Garibyan told interviewers Thursday that he felt it was his lucky day when a balding, middle-aged man pulled out eight $100 bills about 8 p.
He obviously heard the different accents , thought it his lucky day and went off with our pounds 10.
WHEN Ismael Gutierrez found a wallet with $1,000 in cash, he thought it was his lucky day.
July 6 is his lucky day because I will make that happen.
If a black cat crosses your path, slam on your brakes and take kitty home -- make it his lucky day.