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blind man's bluff


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  • n. Alternative form of blind man's buff.


Variant of blind man's buff. (Wiktionary)


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  • From Wiki:
    The game is known as blind man's buff in the UK and Ireland, "buff" meaning a small push. It is possible that the American name is a corruption, or it may originate from the older sense of bluff meaning to blindfold.

    Personally, I know it by this name, rather than the BEng. To me it makes sense because you can bluff by making a noise to draw the attention of the Blind Man and then move away as silently as possible. I do the same in Marco Polo.

    February 4, 2009

  • Hmmm. Somehow I think this should be blind man's buff

    February 4, 2009