A phrase used on the end of sentences to enchance the previous statement's value.

'to the days' has a similar function to the adjective-enhancing 'very', although comes after the adjective instead of before.

'to the days' implies a strong tone with it's increased emphasis.
I only got 3 hours sleep. I'm 'very' fucking tired.

This statement becomes:

I only got 3 hours sleep. I'm fucking tired 'to the days'.

by The_Moo February 8, 2008
The greatest mantra, to help provide progressive assurance that all is well and hard work eventually pays off in the future.
Jeff: how will we get there?

John: day by day.
by Bmxbiker123 April 17, 2016
(pronounced day tuh day) adj. regular, not special (used in a derogatory way)
That girl thinks she's all that, but she's just the day-to-day.
by badass yellabone July 30, 2008
DAY DAY is a person in jail and he needs to be free
Free my boy DAY DAY
by Relaxeres May 8, 2020
A gentelmenly, over enthusiastic vocalized expression of supreme delight, exhilaration and triumph when greeting and welcoming a close friend or loved one. Adapted from post cold war pop culture references to blissful, timeless rhythmic engagement in Easter European Dance Halls, the term "Days" personifies the intensity and joy of the moment in the presence of partners (i.e.friends or loved ones). Sometimes spoken with an indistinguishable European accent. In cases of suprise greetings, 'Days' is used in conjunction with the word 'Hey', as in "Hey Days!"
{Friend enters room} "Days!"
{Friend enters room, surprising and overwhelming you with joy} "Hey Days!!!"
by Charitable Disguise October 13, 2019
Weather conducive for the activity currently being undertaken, common phrase in Australia
*Bunch of mates sitting in the sun on a 28 degree sunny day sinking beers*
Person 1: "Day for it"
Person 2: "You're not wrong mate"
by hmmmyep September 5, 2020
means "never ending supply"
or so many that it last for many days..
i got beats for days
by randy [blur] robbins March 6, 2005