For averting further insinuations (333333333 and :lol
I venture to share with you a few definitions which should clear up this comparatively prosing subject-matter.
live it up = enjoy oneself, often extravagantly
(extravagant = characterized by excessive or imprudent spending)
(spending = the act of spending or disbursing money)
(disburse = to distribute (money) as payment)
For example: "They came into some money and decided to live it up
with a trip
around the world."
live it up = to enjoy yourself by doing things that involve spending a lot of money.
"I decided to live it up
for a while - at least until the money ran out."
live it up = to enjoy yourself completely without worrying about anything.
"They took a six-week holiday and lived it up
in the Caribbean."
live like a king = Enjoy a lavish style of living, as in
"He spared no expense, preferring to live like a king
as long as he could.
"Since they got their inheritance, the Andersons are living like princes
This expression continues to be used despite the much smaller role royalty plays in the present day.