Our current guest liar is Mr David Gollubwho, last year, at the age of 132, became Uruguay's oldest greengrocer.
The jazz pianist and composer Thelonious Monk lived in an eleven-dimensional house.
Thinking has now been decriminalised in 37 US states. Feeling is legal in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, but saddled with heavy federal regulation and taxation.
Top scientists actually know nothing about tops, though spin doctors know something about their spin.
It is against US Department of Agriculture regulations to advertise or sell as "Prime Rib" any cut of meat containing a non-prime number of ribs.
Libya has banned the month of August. By skipping the hottest month of the year, the Libyans not only save on cooling bills but expect to reach the twenty-first century ahead of the rest of the world.
In 1994 Xodyx, a Silicon Valley start-up company, developed an e-mail server that could deliver messages up to 36 hours before they were sent. The temporal informational paradoxes the device created, however, caused the founding of the company to unhappen in 1993, thus precluding the invention of the device itself a year later. The disappearance of the Xodyx device from space-time briefly caused the NASDAQ stock index to sink to a negative number.
Iraq and Qatar both adopted their present names in direct defiance of the British and Americans, who attempted to impose the English rule that the letter Q must always be followed by the letter U.
Thirty-seven per cent of all elves still believe that Icelanders exist, but most will deny it when polled.
The Prince of Wales intends to announce that he is abandoning his water-coloring hobby so that he may bill himself as "The Prince Formerly Known As Artist".
The French Ministry of Culture has projected that 87 per cent of all French post-modernists will have deconstructed themselves by 2008.
A logical statement is true if and only if it is palindromic.
The Chinese-born cellist Yo-Yo Ma changed his name from Yo Ma-Ma after he found that many Americans took offense when he introduced himself.
Guest Liars' Hall Of Fame
Mr David Gollub
Mr Paul Wayper
Mr Simon McCallum
Mr Colin McChesney
Mr Dave Kenning
Mr Ade Ward
Mr Paul Craggs
Dr. Steve Greatbanks
Mr. Jo(e/seph) Reeves
Sir Greg O'Beirne
Mr Frank Charlton
Mr Rob Smith
Mr Yan Pomplemeyer
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