And fewer still will believe

Pavel Pin

Senior Member
Felson says to Behman who is with him:

Felson: I will show you my home. And we will sit in the hall where my forefathers sat and drink ale. Tell tales few men have lived to tell.
Behman: And fewer still will believe.

What is the meaning of "And fewer still will believe"?
Does it mean Felson is bad at telling tales ?

Source: Season of the Witch (2011)
  • Uncle Jack

    Senior Member
    British English
    No, on the contrary, he could be excellent. But (most of) his listeners will view them as stories rather than believe them to be true accounts.
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