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Things that are "Good"

Can you guess these answers that all contain the word "Good"?
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Last updated: May 14, 2017
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First submittedJune 21, 2011
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Clue
Answer
Two days before Easter
Good Friday
"Break a leg!"
Good Luck
Matt Damon / Ben Affleck movie
Good Will Hunting
Cape just south of Cape Town
Cape of Good Hope
What the road to hell is paved with
Good Intentions
... to bad rubbish
Good Riddance
Miss Molly!
Good Golly
Great balls of fire!
Goodness Gracious
Police interrogation strategy
Good Cop Bad Cop
He looked out on the
feast of Stephen
Good King
Wenceslas
Clue
Answer
What Glinda was
Good Witch
Mob movie starring Joe Pesci
Goodfellas
Charlie Brown statement of chagrin
Good Grief
Tire company with a blimp
Goodyear
Subject of a Jesus parable
Good Samaritan
Beach Boys song
Good Vibrations
Good fences make these
Good Neighbors
No ___ ___ goes unpunished
Good Deed
Translation of "guten Morgen"
Good Morning
Not putting your elbows on
the table, e.g.
Good Manners
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Level 48
Jul 13, 2014
Geez--tried many versions of wenceslas--all wrong :(
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Level 59
Sep 12, 2017
I had the same problem!! Finally I googled the spelling, using the established Shia LaBeouf Rule. :)
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Level 63
Sep 13, 2017
I haven't laughed that hard in a good while........nice one mate
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Level 77
May 14, 2017
And of course song Goody Two Shoes :)
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Level 86
May 14, 2017
Eventually I got "Samaritan." But there's also a parable of the good shepherd. Maybe I know too many parables. Sorry.
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Level 47
Sep 12, 2017
Ditto
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Level 77
Aug 26, 2018
Should definitely be accepted as well.
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Level 77
Apr 15, 2022
Yup, the good shepherd is very well known. It’s debatable whether it’s a parable, though, since I believe that Jesus WAS the good shepherd right?
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Level 68
Sep 12, 2017
Goodbye Pork Pie (a New Zealand thing).
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Level 75
Sep 12, 2017
Interesting, but what does it mean? I googled it and it seems it can be either a movie or a hat.
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Level 52
Sep 12, 2017
Think it's a movie
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Level 74
Jul 19, 2018
Goodbye Pork Pie Hat is also a classic jazz tune by bassist/composer Charles Mingus....
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Level 70
Sep 13, 2017
Could "goodness gracious" be loosened up a little? "Good God" "Good Heavens" "Goodness!" "Good Lord" etc. are all the same concept and variations of the same thing. Gave up after trying several
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Level 61
Sep 14, 2017
I guess you don't know the Jerry Lee Lewis song references in the hint, then? The key line goes "Goodness gracious, great balls of fire!" So that's why it's so specific.
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Level 61
Sep 14, 2017
*referenced
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Level 69
Aug 26, 2018
So happy to see good riddance to bad rubbish :)
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Level 67
Dec 7, 2018
I typed good ridden, couldnt understand why it was wrong. Then tried goodbye out of desperation haha. Thought, huh but this must be it, there isnt another saying that is similar right...?
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Level 67
Apr 5, 2020
I think my english thinking part of my brain wasn't switched in that that, or perhaps all of it was running at half capacity haha, those days happen. Sometimes you come across quizzes and think huh, did I really not know that 6 months ago?? (Like you scored 10/20 previously and this time 18/20 without hesitations)
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Level 67
Apr 5, 2020
Who is Stephen and why are they eating him!! Feasting on poor Stephen, barbarians..
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Level 73
Nov 19, 2020
Wouldn't "good etiquette" also be a correct answer for the last one?
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Level 89
Apr 15, 2022
One of the two most harmful words in the english language.
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Level 81
Apr 15, 2022
"on the third day... "

Popular prayer... Why has this not been fixed in the last 1000 years? I've asked people who grew up in the church and they litterally were stunned they never realized this before.

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Level 71
Apr 15, 2022
I don't think it means "3 days after," I think it means the "3rd day." So, if you consider the Crucifixion (Good Friday) as the 1st day, Saturday is the 2nd, and Easter Sunday is the 3rd. There are also a lot of cultures that celebrate Easter on Monday, so I guess it depends on one's interpretation.
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Level 69
Apr 15, 2022
What about Good Day or Good Night?
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Level 60
Apr 16, 2022
Accept 'Good guy, Bad guy'?
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Level 80
Sep 21, 2022
No.