lucknoun

  • ja
  • enthe good and bad things caused by chance

Examples

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Mute
1.
- Sorry, sorry, sorry. - Seriously?
2.
What is your excuse today?
3.
More bad luck.
4.
My car ran out of gas, and then my clothes disappeared from the laundromat.
5.
I had to beg one of my neighbors to loan me some of his.
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Mute
1.
Oh, and wish me luck!
2.
What for?
3.
I’m gonna go get one of those job things.
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Mute
1.
You're still at Hoddicker?
2.
Mm-hmm! Yeah.
3.
It's going pretty great.
4.
Good to hear.
5.
- So what brings you back here? - New job, first day.
6.
First day?
7.
At Blankman-Harper.
8.
Whoa! Top floor! That's — Well, good luck.
9.
I know, right?
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33:00 / --:--
Mute
1.
You always wear panties?
2.
No, no. This is the first time.
3.
Wow, talk about your bad luck.
4.
I mean, the first time you try panties and someone walks off with your clothes.
5.
I was not trying them out.
6.
Susie asked me to wear them.
7.
- Well, let me see. - No.
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Mute
1.
Hello, this is Dwight Schrute from the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.
2.
Well, that's great 'cause I need paper.
3.
Excellent! Then you are in luck because we are having a limited-time offer only on everything.
4.
- Wow, this is my lucky day. - Ask him his name.
5.
- What is your name, sir? - I am Bill Butlicker.
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Mute
1.
My God, you look beautiful.
2.
Oh.
3.
Oh, you are not meant to see me before the wedding. It's bad luck.
4.
You know what, I think we've had all the bad luck we're gonna have.
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Mute
1.
- I feel like a Ken doll. - 60 seconds on the clock.
2.
Okay.
3.
Oh, no!
4.
Hold on!
5.
- You're happy. You're in luck that it's me, 'cause I can't do anything. - Okay, good, good.
6.
All right.
7.
- Okay, you already said it was bad luck to have a good rehearsal. - Yeah, she had a good rehearsal.
8.
And that's bad luck.