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Pulling My Leg

Pulling My Leg - is used to tease, or trick someone in a fun playful way; lying or joking for fun, as a joke

  • My sister told me, the dog ate my food. I know she was pulling my leg.
  • My teacher was pulling my leg, when she told me I failed the test.
  • Jenni I lost the airplane tickets. Keven stop pulling my leg, & give me the airline tickets.
  • My friends were pulling my leg, when they told me someone took my car.
  • Are you pulling my leg? Or do you really need money?
  • My bother was pulling my leg, when he told me he lost my phone.

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Pull My Leg

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