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A good sense of humour improves your physical health.
He always had a fine eye for a horse, a good, old-fashioned jumper, and also had a good sense of humour (although we didn't tell him).
Melbourne, Sept 19 ( ANI ): Most men now would prefer an average-looking, playful woman with a good sense of humour to a supermodel as a partner, a new survey has revealed.
And, says independent fostering services provider Futures for Children, a good sense of humour can also be very useful.
SHE is described on her online dating profile as 'a free-spirited lady with a good sense of humour who enjoys fine dining, digging and cosy nights in'.
Michael Bolton has revealed it is a good sense of humour he looks for in a woman.
I especially admired Tony who had a good twinkle in his eye and a good sense of humour.
A survey of UK adults found that environmental credentials are as important as good dress sense and good sense of humour and they would ditch a date if they did not embrace simple eco-habits such as recycling or re-using plastic bags.