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- to not tell the truth. Origin: the boy who cried wolf.
You're selling wolf tickets.
- Term was used in N.Y.C. in the Seventies. It means "Talking TOUGH!" Trying to intimidate through the use of words.
He walked into our office and started selling wolf tickets.
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