let the good times roll


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let the good times roll

To have as much fun or live life as richly as possible. (Often said as an imperative.) We've had another successful year at the company, so everyone enjoy the party and let the good times roll! It does absolutely no use to stress and worry about how everything will turn out in life. I find it's far better to just let the good times roll.
See also: good, let, roll, times
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