Idiom of the Week: Have the Time of Your Life

Something certainly tickled this young seal

Meaning: To have a lot of fun; to really enjoy something

Examples:

We had the time of our lives when we went to Barcelona on vacation.

Come to the party tonight! You’ll have the time of your life!

Everybody’s out there having the time of their lives and here I am all alone on New Year’s Eve.

 

Pop Quiz:

What’s the opposite of having the time of your life?

A.  Being bored

B.  Being excited

C.  Being interested

To see the correct answer, click on “Continue reading”:

The correct answer is A. If you feel bored, you’re not having fun, which means you aren’t having the time of your life.

 

 

 

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