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But why do experts find it impossible to differentiate between a sense of humour and a sense of fun?
It turns out that if that older man has a sense of humour, this feeling is even more highlighted.
TO HAVE a sense of humour is considered to be a good thing - a very good thing even.
Forsyth said: "We used to have a sense of humour about this.
Having a sense of humour is particularly important at the moment when everyday life is fraught with financial concerns.
Roberts has argued that a sense of humour can be a moral virtue.
HOW refreshing to see a TV star with a sense of humour.
WHERE would we be without a sense of humour? It seems to me that most Scousers are born with a sense of humour despite what ``woolly-backs'' say; namely that: ``you have to have a sense of humour to live on Merseyside!'' I believe that most of the greatest comics have come from Merseyside and still do.
If there's anyone who's got a sense of humour it's Huw.
Staff members confronted repeatedly by argumentative, impossible-to-satisfy customers need a sense of humour to survive from 9 am to 5 pm.
Yet after being told "Fergie was right" about their supporters - who claimed their previous home games had been like a funeral - for the whole first half, they suddenly found their humour valves and hit back at the Toon Army with "Fergie, Fergie - give us a song", so maybe underneath all of that smugness and sarcasm they have a sense of humour after all!
Golfers hole out on Coober Pedy's unique putting surface; TEE HEE: Golfers play on the barren course, which has not a single blade of grass - but does appear to have a greenkeeper with a sense of humour