When you sleep with your brother on the same bed but its nothing sexual. It also means that you rub your feet along his thigh not doing gay rave
Bro can you give me old times but no gay rave
by Rava365 December 7, 2015
as a way of remembering something pleasent from the past
Honestly, our theater group should reunite – just for old times' sake.
by friendernie2 October 19, 2013
When you fucking go out there, no bucket, old time woody stick, ccm tacks, winwell gloves and you fucking go out there and hit and club people. Every shot is a slap shot, and you over 35. OLD TIME HOCKEY!
You see Donald club Brashear?!?

Oh baby did I ever. He got fucking Old Timed. YAH YAH! That's Old Time Hockey right there.
by Kevin Sjostrom December 30, 2009
What Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble were having when Wilma and Betty were out
We'll have a yabba dabba doo time

A dabba doo time

We'll have a gay old time!
by JCJ August 29, 2006
1) To have a very jovial experience, such as with the intake of weed or alcohol.

2) Used by Mr Burns in the Simpsons to describe an event he had when he was younger.

3) An event pre-dating the present and that involved homosexual behaviour.
1) By jove, this Vodka is insubstantial compared to the hydro we were just smoking. But, of course, it does enhance the experience. Ah, what a gay old time we're having.

2) Oh, well, when I was six, my father took me on a picnic. That was a gay old time! Oh-ho, I ate my share of wieners that day.

3) Hey, Oscar Wilde, I hear ya've been having a gay old time down at the Gentleman's Writer club.
by Rory December 18, 2004
The anual tradition of sliding down snow covered hills on either sleds, beer boxes, lawn chairs, or other objects. The key being to make it back to the top before your beer freezes.
Man I can't wait to go home for christmas. Its the time of year we all go olde time sledding!!
by trumpet player from fernie February 4, 2010
The struggle to reach the top of the hill before your beverage freezes; ultimately, a metaphor for the human condition.
Eddie got thrown in the ditch by saxophone player from Regina, therefore his beverage had time to pass that quick stage between "slushy" and "frozen". That's olde time sledding for you!