Did you mayhaps mean tomfoolery?
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“And then they speak to us like we are kids like we don't see through this tom-foolery.”
“I tell you I am disgusted with this adventure tom-foolery and rot.”
“Buddha's Thunderbolt elaborates the tale of this most peculiar man, a 5th Century rationalist, who regards magic as tom-foolery, druids as buffoons, and knights as glorified thugs.”
“Hello, good morning and welcome to your Sunday Morning Liveblog of political chat and related tom-foolery.”
“The recent tom-foolery in the Senate is further proof, that the jingoistic, uber-patriotic rhetoric by the republicans is just that, empty rhetoric.”
“Most people, especially in the press, see all this tom-foolery by the Clintons but it makes for a good story.”
“They never stop to consider this is the taxpayers money which they are spending like our citizenry is a bottomless trough for their unconstitutional tom-foolery.”
“I came to the conclusion that- shuffling cards brimming with symbolic meaning, peering into ominous swirls of tea leaves, andthe reading of “limbs”- simply amounted to a lot of tom-foolery in the black arts.”
“In fact, half the time I think it gets its signals crossed and wants us to do both at the same time, dismissing the comic-book tom-foolery even as we admire and exalt the psychological insight and philosophical weighty-ness communicated through said tom-foolery.”
“We debated opening the package before bringing it back, just in case there was some tom-foolery to be done with it.”
Looking for tweets for tom-foolery.