good time man

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good time man

slang Someone who sells illegal drugs; a drug dealer. Anyone in this seedy part of town late at night must be looking for a good-time man.
See also: good, man, time

good-time man

n. a man who sells drugs. (Drugs.) The fuzz wants to see all the good-time men behind bars.
See also: man
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"It is indeed a goodtime to come here and demonstrate what you could possibly be able to implement provided the digital ID is properly secured in place," he added.
After penning Gentle On My Mind, Hartford was a regular guest on the Glenn Campbell Goodtime Hour and the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour.
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We are a rock band, we are not a goodtime rock 'n' roll band like Rod Stewart, The Faces, Rolling Stones.
Joel Grey, best known for his Tony- and Oscar-winning portrayal of the Emcee in Cabaret, has had a storied career in theatre and film, including Tony nominations for his performances in George Ml, Goodtime Charley, The Grand Tour, as well as for his 2011 co-direction of The Normal Heart.
"Open Your Mouth And Say Something," the follow-up hit single to Brent's mega hits "He Rose," "Don't Wait Till Midnight" & "Goodtime," JDI Records artist Brent Jones is a singer/songwriter extraordinaire who's ground-breaking work with his urban group TP Mobb set the stage for Kirk Franklin and urban contemporary gospel.
See www.customshouse.co.uk The Smokin' Spitfires The Cluny band who take over The Cluny on the first Sunday of every month are back at the Ouseburn venue this weekend for a goodtime afternoon.
Martin was a writer for several shows including 'The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour' (1969) and 'The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour' (1971).
Coming up in the garden will be a performance on Friday by the Droushia Dixie Seven Jazz Band, who will perform some goodtime jazz from the 30s and 40s that was made popular by the likes of Louis Armstrong, Kid Ory, Sidney Bechet and revived in the 1960s by Chris Barber, Acker Bilk, Kenny Ball and many more.
His future will depend on two factors: the length of the ban and whether he can stop being a goodtime Charlie.
Such is the case of Lupo, also known as 'Anthem Goodtime Law and Order Rests his Case at ZPD,' in his registration papers.
Purists didn't know what to make of their genre-crossing goodtime anthems, but the group's success has continued unabated into 2016, with the release of "Dig Your Roots." The album's three guest stars illustrate the group's stylistic promiscuity, running from reggae (Ziggy Marley) to more traditional country (Tim McGraw) to throwback pop (Backstreet Boys), and the record produced the country No.
So Pixie Lott, 25, would have had every right to be nervous for her acting debut in the West End this week playing dizzy, goodtime girl Holly Golightly for 12 weeks in a stage version of Breakfast at Tiffany's.
The band opens with a Brazilian Magic Dance, gets Monkish with Bud Like and really hits its goodtime sweet spot with Cook's Bay.
After "Cabaret," Grey went on to star on Broadway in "George M!," the title role in "Goodtime Charley," Amos Hart in the revival of "Chicago," and the Wonderful Wizard of Oz in "Wicked."