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    Question Tricks are for kids

    What does this phrase mean? Where did it come from?

    Thank you,

    --Jamie.

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    Re: Tricks are for kids

    Welcome.

    It's taken from a TV ad about a breakfast cereal, called Trix. Click
    here to read more. (Scroll down to the rabbit). The ad goes like this, Trix (a breakfast cereal) is for kids. Trix and tricks are homonyms: they're pronounced the same way, but spelled differently.

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    Re: Tricks are for kids

    Thanks for the information.

    --Jamie

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    Re: Tricks are for kids

    You're welcome.

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