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"We don't have job titles here. Not only that, we don't even use our names. Actually, I don't even work here. To be honest, this is probably all a dream."
"You bet I'd love a free trip to Cancún."
"Hey, I like this town!"
'Be careful, it looks like a scam, to me.'
"The women on these dating sites don't seem to believe I'm a prince."
'The only thing wrong with you, Tom, is that you're almost too good to be true.'
"Sure, it looks good. Too good. Trust me, there's always a catch."
'Frankly, I don't know what to believe. They say if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.'
Too good to be true - 50c.
'I knew 'school ends today' sounded too good to be true.'
'Hmmm, this is too good to be true: I can smell a rat...'
'Wasn't too smart to fall for a deal like that.'
Truth in labeling: If it sounds too good to be true. . . investments, stocks, bonds & mutual funds - formally fly-by nite investments.
'I should've known it sounded too good to be true!'
Too Good to be true - 50c.
"...his friend is over 6ft tall with broad shoulders, sounds too good to be true!"
"I'll check, but you know what they say – if a story sounds too good to be true, it's probably sold out."
"Well that explains your 'bargain price' tickets I suppose."