living the dream


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living the dream

Leading an extremely ideal life, especially in relation to one's career. (Sometimes said ironically to mean the opposite.) Daniel: "John got a great new job testing video games, and he gets to travel to gaming conventions all over the world!" Janet: "Wow, it sounds like he's living the dream!" The only job I could get with my bachelor's degree was some mind-numbing data entry work. I'm really living the dream these days.
See also: dream, living
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The winner of our Kids Got Talent competition will not only get the chance to perform on stage during the Living the Dream show but if the winner is a singer will get the chance to record at an Essex recording studio which is owned by Stacey's brother, another fantastic prize," said Sandra.
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Living The Dream is now being piped through Gretna's phone system, as well as being played on matchdays.
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This is every kid's dream and we are still living the dream every day.
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Living The Dream, by the Hugh Trowsers band, has been played before all their matches.
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