Too good to pass up

One of those lovely nonsense-sounding words. Maybe even a Mr T word. “I pity the foo’ who tries the old acamarackus on me!” Or, “Mr T don’t fall for that old ackamarackus!”

ackamarackus

slang (orig. U.S.).

In phr. the old ackamarackus: a tale or explanation that seeks to convince through deception; a ‘tall’ story, a hackneyed tale; nonsense, malarkey.

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