How language changes, Issue 18: An April Fools’ Day special feature—ways to say you aren’t serious

  pulling your leg (old)

  teasing (oldish)

  funnin’ with you (?)

  JK (“just kidding”—follow with “Rowling” to annoy people)

  joking (acceptable)

  kidding (standard)

  messing with you (lit)

  

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