Meredith Kercher, a bright and beautiful 21-year-old from Leeds, was enjoying the happy-go-lucky life of an exchange student.
He played Brandt, the happy-go-lucky assistant/boy Friday to millionaire Jeffrey Lebowski (David Huddleston).
He remembers the good old days “catting around the clubs picking up women” with a happy-go-lucky Russell.
“He was an easygoing, happy-go-lucky, energetic person,” his cousin says.
"He was an easygoing, happy-go-lucky, energetic person," Folmar says of Wood.
A visit to this neighborhood showed the happy-go-lucky features noticed in Mandalay.
There was something very boyish and happy-go-lucky in his attitude and manner.
Why, any happy-go-lucky guess ought to strike it half the time, anyway.
“The people say one is the happy-go-lucky, sir,” drawled Smith.
With all his gracious amenity, his humour, his happy-go-lucky ways, a deep disquietude possessed him.
also happy go lucky, 1670s as an adverb, "haphazard;" the adjective, of persons, recorded from 1856.