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Taffy Pocket

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In Spanish, a cheapskate might be described as having a cocodrilo en el bolsillo, or a “crocodile in the pocket,” meaning they consider reaching for their wallet too perilous. In English, a stingy person may also be said to have taffy pockets, meaning they reach into their pocket, but somehow the hand never comes back out with money because the hand must be stuck there by gooey taffy. This is part of a complete episode.

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