What is the meaning of the phrase Pull the other one it's got bells on?
To "pull someone's leg" is to fool them with a lie, for a joke. This expression means " Tell me another!" To "pull someone's leg" is to fool them with a lie, for a joke. This expression means " Tell me another!"
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.
yes my music teacher told me it was made in a cold place so they hade to ride in slays they would put bells on the horses witch they would pull the slays yes it is but that person was just being an idiot! jingle bells was originally made as a song played at thanksgiving, but since it had so much popularity it was sung again on Christmas, and that is how the mistake started…
In addition to Pascal's other achievements, he was also a wit. Now even in his day, it was known that Cleopatra had a very large nose. There was/is an old saying that one should "pull in his nose" or "pull in his horns", when others think he is being too greedy. So, he was saying that if Cleopatra had been content with what she had, the culture (face) of the world would have evolved differently…
It is a phrase that is like saying, "Get over it" or "Quit crying over spilt milk." Pull up your socks and get on with your life or job or whatever. Pull your socks up means - you should do better You had better pull your socks up next year or you will not pass your exams. To improve Behaviour Means that you should make more of an effort!
There is no specific answer to this question, the phrase, or a similar phrase, is used in many countries as a chant. It is used to ensure that a gang of labourers pull together for the common good, as in 'One Two Three Pull!'. It is easier to say yo-he(ave)-ho, particularly if the load is heavy and specific words become more difficult to pronounce through shortage of breath