A double entendre often used to subtly express displeasure about the current situation one finds oneself in. Most appropriate use is in situations that are not quite untolerable, but not enjoyable either.
Usage: "good times" is often used in a repetitive manner, i.e. "good times, good times".
Example: You are attending your Grandparents' Christmas party. A flirty 90 year old comes over and asks you, "How's it going, young man."
Your polite response, "Oh yeah, good times, good times."
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