Is stop pulling your leg a metaphor?
stop teasing teasing me
Pulling your leg usually means someone is messing with you or lying to you OR he is actually pulling your leg
The sentence would simply be something like "He's pulling your leg" or "You're pulling my leg." To "pull my leg" is to tell me a lie, usually in fun. Suspicious of any lie, we may say "Pull the other one - it's got bells on." The idiom 'pulling your leg' or 'pulling my leg' means that you're trying to fool me, or what you're saying is a bit beyond belief.
No, because you have used the term incorrectly. The idiom is YOU'RE pulling my leg, as in YOU ARE doing it. "I know you're just pulling my leg when you say you can fly."
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That means trying to trick someone. Example: "Was the sky really green, or were you just pulling my leg?"
Pulling your leg-means just kidding with you.
An example sentence would be: "Are you pulling my leg? "
It means, Are you playing a joke on me?
Usually, "He's kidding around with you", or, "He's lying to you"... ...Unless of course, he's really pulling your leg... Just joking around and trying to mess with someone They're pulling on your leg means they're just joking around with you. Almost as if someone is teasing you.
When someone tells you something you believe, but they are actually kidding, they are pulling your leg.
Was Albert Einstein really 9 when he started walking or is your husband pulling my leg you thought it was like 18 mths?
they changed my question its supposed to be is my husband pulling my leg i thought it was 18mths!
Because the weights must be pulling on the body part to which it is attached. So if you are in leg traction, the weights must be pulling on your leg. If the weights are touching the floor, then the floor is holding the weight of the weights, and not your leg.
In brief it seems falsely translated from the common idiom 'to pull someone's leg', which has the meaning "to trick/fool/kid someone". For example: "Are you pulling my leg?" (Br.) / "Are you kidding me?" (Am.)
pulling one's leg (teasing or joking around get a leg up on (getting a head start) don't have a leg to stand on (a weak argument)
There is no such thing. Someone is pulling your leg.
Jerking/yanking your chain
Becuase its ripping the tissue of the muscle. imagine that in your leg. it doesnt sound fun
I don't know but maybe some person was kidding with someone then yanked off their leg
"Yanking you chain"
He isn't -someone is pulling your leg.
Pull the plug is a phrase that means to stop something. Put a sock in it is a phrase that means tells a noisy person to be quiet. Pulling your leg is a phrase that means tricking someone as a joke.
Yes, yes it is.
her leg was hurting her so she had to stop playing
He told me I had won, but I thought he was pulling my leg.
single window one-stop service
Who has the right of way - the person pulling out from a stop sign or a person pulling out of a business' parking lot?
Theone pulling out from a stop sign. The parking lot ALWAYS yields to the flow of traffic on the main thoroughfare.
The word is actually Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis. The longest word in the English language, it refers to a lung disease caused by inhaling very fine particles of volcanic ash.
Just Kidding, making a joke, teasing you.
He tied a rope around his leg to stop the wound from bleeding.
When leg stop hurt.
When a dog is pulling you on a leash, the best method to get themto stop is when they start to pull, turn around and make them go in the opposite direction. This teaches them that they only get to go where they want to go when they walk without pulling
a train has come to a stop and there you are at the place where you expected.
I do believe that someone has been pulling your leg.
No, it helps to extend the leg at the knee by "pulling" on the tibia.
Momentum is something that can cause a wagon to continue rolling when you stop pulling it. Momentum equals mass X velocity.
Not really. No dog harness by itself will stop a dog pulling on the leash, all anti-pull dog harnesses are simply a training aid for dog owners to use coupled with dedicated training to stop your dog pulling.
when you get kicked in ur penis too hard. When you stop pulling on it
I heard a weird noise in leg what happend There was a pulling crunching noise in the back of my leg?
What sort of noise was it? What did it sound like? It sounds to me that you have to go and see your GPA You need to get it checked.
they are not related. If you were told otherwise, people are just pulling your leg.
You may be pinching a nerve without knowing it. When you stop, your leg or arm will stop throbbing. If it continues, you should call a doctor.
punch her if she don't stop when you tell her to stop. brake her leg(:
How to relieve sciatica nerve pain Is there any sort of stretching exercise that I can possibly do to relieve the pain?
My dad and I had this problem and we finally learned what to do. Sit down and put the leg that hurt (leg "A") over the other leg (leg "B") so that the foot of leg A is close to leg B's butt. Then pull leg A towards you, like you're hugging it. You should feel it pulling the butt and hamstring of leg A.
In a metaphor you identify something with something else: Her hair was gold. In an idiom you use some words to mean something different from their literal meaning; they usually can't translate into other languages: Don't pull my leg.
It means that he is full of BS and pulling your leg, or it means that he loves you and wants to marry you.
I believe you mean "Yanking your chain.", which means, joking , playing a prank, pulling your leg.
Whoever told you that was pulling your leg. It does not work, and there is no truth to it.
u can break apersons arms by putting your foot on their back pulling their arms
It simply means it either had it leg stuck on something, pulling it off, or It was attacked by a bird, falling, or maybe even your foot and had its leg pulled off.