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Why when the girl was asked what qualities they were looking for a guy, most people said a good sense of humor?
Dennis: I'm attracted to women with a good sense of humor, have a positive outlook, and are beautiful inside and out.
I am a pretty, ordinary and positive lady and I want to meet a gallant, intelligent, caring man who has a good sense of humour.
There's all sorts of nonsense written in parts of the Bible - yet at its essence is a lot of good sense.
It is remarkable that both the Syrian and Turkish governments had the good sense to draw back from outright confrontation.
The gun shop owner with a good sense of timing and a good sense of current market value can often make a better profit selling a secondhand firearm than a new one.
The Lebanese are trustworthy and capable of facing future challenges wisely, with a good sense and strong will," Assiri said following a meeting with former Speaker Hussein al-Husseini at the latter's residence in the Beirut neighborhood of Ain al-Tineh.
The women in the study also judged the men who had a good sense of humour as more honest and said that they would be more likely to become friends with them.
9 : showing good sense or judgment <good advice>
They lose whatever good sense they might possess, sneaking out with Mariah, lying to their parents, drinking, experimenting.
The musical, written by Stan, Jan and Mike (props to Stan and Jan for not naming their son, say, Dan), follows the Berenstain model, having the bears losing their good sense only to regain it and learn a moral in the process.
Many of the left-hand accompaniments will be easier for students with larger hands, such as older students, but will work equally well with younger students who have a good sense of physical freedom and can sweep laterally across the keyboard.

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