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    NewHope is offline Senior Member
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    Default Please choose better one

    Or plese give your better one:

    (1) the guy is nice in every aspect except hitting girls around

    (2) He is pretty a good guy except philandering around.

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    He's a nice guy apart from his philandering.

    PS- To me, 'hitting girls around' suggests violence, not philandering- I don't know whether it's an American usage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    He's a nice guy apart from his philandering.

    PS- To me, 'hitting girls around' suggests violence, not philandering- I don't know whether it's an American usage.

    I believe the "nice guy" keeps hitting on the girls.

    :wink:

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    Thanks Tdol.

    Yep, you got it, Susie Smith! That is hitting on girls around, not hitting them! :D

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    What does "Ladies man" mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NewHope
    What does "Ladies man" mean?
    A lady's man or a ladies' man is a man who is loved by the ladies. :wink:

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