life of Riley


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life′ of Ri′ley


n.
Informal.
a carefree, comfortable, and enjoyable life.
[1920–25]

life of Riley

A carefree and luxurious existence.
Translations
herran elämäkissanpäivät
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With Craig David already announced, we're delighted to add a local favourite and fantastic alternative rock band, The Lightning Seeds, who will be performing some of their many hits such as Lucky You and Life of Riley.
The band have had commercial success throughout the nineties with hits including Pure, The Life of Riley, Lucky You - and their most unforgettable hit came in 1996 with Three Lions.
Of course, she will not heed Karen's words as Marie Buchan appears to be living the life of riley.
From an open prison where presumably he has been living the life of Riley for months.
The ones that abide by the law are treated like rubbish and others live the life of Riley at taxpayers' expense.
In these cases then a death penalty should be brought in instead of tax payers paying for them to have a life of Riley in prison.
The two extra performances on Sunday are Relatively Speaking at 2pm and Life of Riley at 6pm.
Acting projects since include Life Begins, Blue Murder, Life of Riley, Just William, Dead Boss, Switch and Dancing on the Edge.
But it's not all the life of Riley for Rachel, who danced to I Put A Spell On You dressed as a zombie bride on last night's Halloween special.
And Ronnie's millions of fans may rightly wonder if there is justice in the world when his son can live the life of Riley without lifting a finger.
He got into conversation with two barmaids at the Life of Riley pub and asked one of them if she wanted to share a taxi.
The Hotel Channel 4, 8pm At first glance, it may seem as though Mark lives the life of Riley what with all his party planning and singing, but you'd be very wrong if you thought that.