As many of you will have discerned, the latest colloquial phenomenon is to describe the current state of affairs with a prefix followed by the word "times". So, for example, if something is going well, one would say "good times". If you are on the computer, you might say "computer times". It is quite acceptable to refer to a past occasion that has been a success and say "it was good times". Let's see what we can come up with!
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