One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to observe that time seems to pass very quickly.‘people say time flies when you're having fun’‘my daughter started school in September—oh, how time flies’
- ‘About three years ago - ouch, time flies - I developed a celebrity crush on a sporting hero.’
- ‘Next week is my one year anniversary of breaking up with Chris. Goodness, time flies.’
- ‘How time flies - to me it's like yesterday since you were a teenager.’
- ‘Time flies when you're falling in love.’
- ‘Time flies and before you know it, Christmas will be here!’
- ‘As the saying goes, time flies when you're having fun.’
- ‘Time flies when you're speed dating, and by 10.30 pm, the official dating was over.’
- ‘When I get together with my gardening friends, time flies.’
- ‘Make the most of your leisure hours because time flies even when you're not having fun - especially if your commute is long and your workload spills into nights and weekends.’
- ‘As I prepare to visit my doctor for my last check-up, I realize how quickly time flies.’
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