- good sense of humour: used in lonely hearts columns and personal advertisements
Example Sentences Including 'GSOH'
Ambitious Croydon-based Nationwide League football club seeks footloose oil-tycoon with wads of wonga to invest ( GSOH required).
He found that, for a woman, a GSOH means someone who makes her laugh.
Times, Sunday Times (2005)
Inspiration, yes, but then perseverence, confidence and, as they say in the ads, GSOH.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
It is probably no coincidence that lonely hearts ads seem to stipulate ` GSOH ' more often than `good looks' or `own house and car '.
MAKING HAPPY PEOPLE (2005)
You look down their ads in the Lonely Hearts columns and they all ask for GSOH... but they never tell you what jokes they laugh at.
A DARKENING STAIN (2002)
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