To get on like a house on fire

To get on like a house on fire!  –  Subirse como una casa en el fuego

Janette drinking wineWhat does this idiom mean? ‘To have a great relationship with someone, i.e. you get on really well with them.

My best friend and I are like chalk and cheese.  He’s from Australia and I’m from the UK. He’s a fashion victim and into positive thinking.  I’m a fashion killer and I’m into drinking wine and taking medication!  However, we get on like a house on fire.

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