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for old times' sake

In honor of old memories. I'm going to be late tonight because I'm meeting up with some of my old co-workers—we're getting a drink for old times' sake.
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for ˈold times’ sake

because of pleasant memories of things you did together in the past: I saw John Smith today. I hadn’t seen him for years. We had a drink together for old times’ sake.I lent him the money for old times’ sake.
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Bowyer insisted he was not backing Pardew for old times sake, but is concerned for his former fanbase that the future could be bleak IF the Londoner was sacked and potentially replaced by the wrong man.
As for Jet Li, our guess is that he was there just for old times sake.
The Raeburn has just re-opened after a multi-million pound makeover so for old times sake we wandered off on Sunday night for a gander.
Michael Scott was also able to get one more "That's what she said," in for old times sake.
After all, you might want to see it again for old times sake.
Sporting a shaggy beard, Phil looks increasingly deranged as he discovers the family business empire has crumbled, comes face to face with old enemy Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) - and rams his head down a toilet for old times sake - then he runs into the boys in blue.
And if there are past band members who fancy playing along for old times sake, you'll be more than welcome too.
Maybe on your hundredth birthday, you'll mow one more time for old times sake.
On a recent visit to North Wales, I had a wish to walk across the bridge for old times sake.
Anyway, we went for a drink for old times sake and she told me about the trouble she's having with her partner.
if you were in Mrs Dodds and Mr Atkinson's classes during the early 1970s and left about 1973 I would like to hear from all of you as I am trying to get as many of you together as possible for a school reunion in the Consett area, possibly at the Steel Club, for old times sake.
And this week the teams lined out again just for old times sake.
METS: Bill Buckner at first base for old times sake.
Regarding the Liberal Democrats, I believe they will return to the political wilderness, for many general elections to come, except for a few, who will be returned to Parliament, for old times sake.
I still speak regularly with David Preece so it would be nice to stick one past him on Saturday for old times sake.