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Happily

Harass

keyword: Happy
Fat And Happy »
(comfortable, lazy and well fed; taken care of...)


Find A Happy Medium »
(find a compromise where both sides are happy; find a balance between two competing desires...)


All Better Now »
(what was sick or problematic is now happy, healthy, resolved...)


Got A Charge Out Of It »
(that thing made one laugh; it made one very happy...)


In A Bad Mood »
(unhappy; one is not happy...)


Laughing All The Way To The Bank »
(one is happy because one got a lot of money...)


Never Had It So Good »
(this is great; we are happy...)


On Cloud Nine »
(one is so happy that one feels light and weightless...)


Sight For Sore Eyes »
(i am happy to see you; seeing you makes one feel better...)


Take Exception To Something »
(disagree with it; not in happy agreement with something...)


Tickle Someone Pink »
(that person was so happy that they were laughing and smiling and making noises...)


Walk On Air »
(feeling light and happy...)


We Aim To Please »
(the goal is too make customers happy...)


You Can't Please Everyone »
(It is not possible for one's actions to make everyone happy all of the time...)




Happily

Harass


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