Replacement for "good times" or the like, usually in reffrence to something sterotypically highschool (as in Fast Times at Ridgemont High)
Did you go to Max's party last night?
Yeah, fast times, man.
by Boo_Radley October 13, 2006
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(1) Daylight saving time (i.e., Summer Time)

(2) Prevailing time on the eastern side of a land time zone boundary.

See "Slow time."
(1) "I just can't get used to this fast time."

(2) "Crap, I forgot they run on fast time."
by Zoned September 13, 2013
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1. n. Novel by Cameron Crowe, published around 1982, centering on the lives of several students at Ridgemont Senior High School. In 1979 Crowe, then 22, attended a real high school in Redondo Beach, CA, posed as a 17 year old senior to research the novel. Mostly serious, with comedic undertones.
2. n. 1982 movie based on the above novel, screen adaptation by Crowe, directed by Amy Heckerling. Stars Sean Penn, Judge Reinhold, Phoebe Cates, Jennifer Jason Leigh. Comedic, with serious undertones.
Have you read "Fast Times at Ridgemont High?" It's better than the movie, but the movie is awesome, too.
by search49 September 23, 2006
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The total amount of minutes accumulated when starting a show on a DVR after it has already started to air live. Used generally to fast forward all the horrible commercials and horrible ads no one wants to see.

For an NBA game, you typically need at least 45 minutes of recorded show before you can hit "play" (depending on the speed you fast forward) to be able to skip all the commercials and halftime.
Friend 1: Hey, can we start the Cavs basketball game already?!?!

Friend 2: No! We only have 27 minutes of fast forward time, and I don't feel like seeing that annoying McDonald's singing fillet-o-fish commercial again!


Buddy 1: While we were gone, the football game has been recording for almost 2 hours!

Buddy 2: Awesome! We got some MAD fast forward time yo!
by Cptn Obvious April 16, 2009
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A moment people who like Boobies enjoy pausing.
Steve Harrington : Do you know who pauses Fast Times at 53 minutes 5 seconds ? People who likes boobies, Robin !
Robin : Ew ! Gross. Don't say Boobies.
Steve : It's not a big deal, okay ? I like Boobies, you like boobies.
by miss_grain_dsel June 16, 2022
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