CC Antya 17.37

anya-kathā, anya-mana,bāhire anya ācaraṇa,
ei saba śaṭha-paripāṭī
tumi jāna parihāsa,
haya nārīra sarva-nāśa,
chāḍa ei saba kuṭīnāṭī
Synonyms: 
anya — different; kathā — words; anya — different; mana — mind; bāhire — externally; anya — different; ācaraṇa — behavior; ei — these; saba — all; śaṭha-paripāṭī — well-planned cheating behavior; tumi — You; jāna — know; parihāsa — joking; haya — there is; nārīra — of women; sarva-nāśa — total annihilation; chāḍa — please give up; ei — these; saba — all; kuṭīnāṭī — clever tricks.
Translation: 
“ ‘We know that this is all a well-planned trick. You know how to make jokes that cause the complete annihilation of women, but we can understand that Your real mind, words and behavior are different. Therefore please give up all these clever tricks.