What does 'Pull the other one, it's got brass bells on' mean?
Meaning: This idiom is way of telling somebody that you don't believe them. The word 'brass' is optional.
Idioms similar to 'Pull the other one, it's got brass bells on'
- Where there's muck, there's brass
- Brass tacks
- Pull the pin
- Pull in the reins
- Pull strings
- Pull your chain
- Pull your weight
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