GTG

(redirected from Good Time Girls)
AcronymDefinition
GTGGot To Go
GTGGet Together
GTGGo-to-Ground (dog competition)
GTGGood To Go
GTGGray to Gray
GTGGreen to Green
GTGGlobal Technology Group (various locations)
GTGGas Turbine Generator
GTGGray to Gray (LCD response timing)
GTGGame Tying Goals (hockey)
GTGGolden Tee Golf (game)
GTGGet the Girl
GTGGreen Thumb Gardening (Underhill, VT)
GTGGlory to God (also seen as G2G)
GTGGlobal Travel Group
GTGGrowing to Greatness (various organizations)
GTGGirl to Girl
GTGGlobal Tone Generation
GTGGroomer to Groomer (magazine)
GTGGood Time Girls
GTGGaussian-Type Geminal
GTGGraphics to Go
GTGGenuine Tough Guy
GTGGo To Guy/Gal
GTGGrowth Type Group (forestry)
GTGGrandTheftGamer
GTGGFCP To GFCP
GTGGoverment to Government
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The two leading ladies Roxie (Renee Zellweger) and Velma (Catherine Zeta Jones) are both good time girls whose lust for fame lands them in jail on murder raps.
Three good time girls from Dublin's northside are looking for some holiday passion.
"All the world's good time girls so we could have the world's biggest natter and swop tips.
Society doctor Stephen Ward introduced both men to good time girls including Mandy Rice-Davies.
GOOD TIME GIRLS: Kim Cattrall, right, and her pals from Sex and the City
FASHION icons of the era include British leading lady Vivien Leigh (left), famous for her role as simpering southern Belle Scarlett O'Hara in Gone With The Wind and her turbulent marriage to Laurence Olivier; American actress and dancer Rita Hayworth (right), who became a sex symbol of the 40s in Gilda and Diana Dors (far right), British blonde bombshell, who played good time girls from the mid-40s.