a lot actually. i don't know what i'd do without them

LittleFerrett LittleFerrett
26-30, F
11 Responses Feb 15, 2010

lol yay! i'm not alone in this then haha

LOL I just found out about this ex<x>pression a few weeks back too. We're in the same boat apparently!


lol thank you

Well now you know!

lol omg<br />
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no apparently i am stupid...haha

The ex<x>pression, "Living the life of Riley" suggests an ideal contented life, possibly living on someone else's money, time or work. Rather than a negative freeloading or golddigging aspect, it instead implies that someone is kept or advantaged. The ex<x>pression was popular in the 1880s, a time when James Whitcomb Riley's poems depicted the comforts of a prosperous home life.<br />
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You asked what to do with out your friends so i said to live the life of riley.. you aren't any fun..

what? i just looked at it and he seems like a *****

who is riley?<br />
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ahhhhhhh confusion!

Live the life of Riley?