Discussion in 'Just for Laughs and Games' started by Ursula, Jan 29, 2009.
the oldest trick in the book then?
The Oldest Trick in the Book is the infamous "Tapping on a person's left shoulder when you're standing on their right." This trick was first chronicled in cuneiform by the Ancient Sumerians, who lived on the windswept steppes of Mesopotamia.
Pulling a trilobite out of a hat shaped volcanic hole
it's probably a phrase that i say frequently and it annoys everyone else
Oh, I know that one Helen! Its when your children swear (and even gang together) that you didnt tell them to do something or that you said something you didnt. I know that one because I used to do it.
Is it similar to the oldest profession?
or something the oldest profession performs?
In keeping with that thought, would then the oldest trick in the book be the first, 'john?' :spring:
oooooooo yeah, like the way you think Tink!
What I really want to know is, WHAT BOOK?
Oh wait. You *are* Tink!!!
Ayuh. That I am.
If l told you ,I would have to kill you. Sorry it is a secret passed on by John in a book.
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