In a relationship It means to "have them fooled" or have them fooled that they think their the right person for them. For instance if a guy is dating a girl and the girl plays the guy, she has them "snowed" or fooled.... Hope this helps:)
The history of leprechauns is that someone fooled them, stole their gold, and opened darkness to the world.
I was fooled by the slick sales pitch. I won't be fooled again!
they can be fooled by smoking
I must have been through about a million girlsI'd love 'em then I'd leave 'em aloneI didn't care how much they cried, no sirTheir tears left me cold as a stoneBut then I fooled around and fell in loveI fooled around and fell in love, yes I didI fooled around and fell in love, I fooled around and fell in loveIt used to be when I'd see a girl that I likedI'd get out my book and write down her nameBut when the grass got a little greener over on the other sideI'd just tear out that pageI fooled around and fell in loveI fooled around and fell in love, since I met you babyI fooled around and fell in love, I fooled around and fell in loveFree, on my own is the way I used to beAh, but since I met you baby, love's got a hold on meIt's got a hold on me now, I can't let go of you babyI fooled around and fell in loveI fooled around and fell in love, oh yes I didI fooled around, fooled around, fooled around, fooled around,fooled around, fooled around, fell in loveFooled around, fooled around, fooled around, fooled around,fooled around, fooled around, fell in loveI fooled around, fell in loveI fell in love, I fell in love, yes I did
This phrase was developed to describe someone who is not easily fooled or deceived. The origins are not clear.
That whippersnapper thought he had fooled this old fool. The fox fooled the bloodhound month after month.
The song is "Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who.
They were fooled by fake army installations and cardboard vehicles in north Anglia.
The Fooled Policeman - 1903 was released on: USA: January 1903
'Fooled' is a verb.Fooled is the past tense of 'fool'. Fool can be used as a noun or as a verb, depending on the sentence. Also, almost every word with the ending 'ed' is a verb.
its about how someone done someone else wrong...and they think they have everyone fooled with lies...but in the end it all comes out..and no one hears there cry for help when its all said and done..
Our senses are always fooled. search for brain illusions and you'll see that your eyes aren't as smart as they seem.
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How Aunty Was Fooled - 1911 was released on: USA: 11 July 1911
How the Professor Fooled the Burglars - 1901 was released on: USA: July 1901
because religion is not good its purpose is to seperate. The opposite of Spirituality which is to unit. So if religion is important to someone then they are being fooled.
The cast of How She Fooled Aunty - 1915 includes: Irene Hunt Matt Moore
The Way They Fooled Dad - 1908 was released on: USA: 12 October 1908
The cast of When Reuben Fooled the Bandits - 1914 includes: Charles Murray
The image is of someone taking you for a long ride in a circle where you think you're going somewhere but you end up back at the same place without going anywhere at all. This idiom means that you have been tricked or fooled - you have "bought into" something that turned out not to be true.
cooled, fooled, pooled,
your mother by me!