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pull the other leg/one (it's got bells on)!

UK informal humorous
used when you do not believe what someone has just said: Helen, mountain climbing? Pull the other one - she can't even climb a ladder without feeling sick!
(Definition of pull the other leg/one (it's got bells on)! from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “pull the other leg/one (it's got bells on)!”
in Chinese (Simplified) 别逗了!…
in Chinese (Traditional) 別逗了!別開玩笑了…
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