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The lie of yesterday

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The degrees off center from a baseball cap sat squarely on the head is inversely proportional to the wearer's IQ.

Source: Skrog Rhelmish
Submitted on Wednesday the 28th of October 2009
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The lie of last Monday

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The least-known Nobel prize - awarded in secret and presented in a separate ceremony - is that for Flatulence.

Source: Pat Foy
Submitted on Monday the 13th of July 2009
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The lie of last Sunday

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Source: [Julia]
Submitted on Thursday the 19th of October 2006
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The lie of last Saturday

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A field mouse can live for 143 years on a single square of Cadbury's Dairy Milk.

Source: Polly Brown out of Pickettywitch
Submitted on Tuesday the 15th of June 2004
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The lie of last Friday

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When the poet Coleridge wrote "In Xanadu did Khubla Khan a mighty pleasure dome erect", few people realised this is actually true. Xanadu was discovered by Olivia Newton John in 1977, and is in fact a very small town outside Sheffield, South Yorkshire. The pleasure dome still stands, and is home to the Sheffield Thrusters, a popular ice hockey team.

Source: Rich ([email protected])
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The lie of last Thursday

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Actress Keira Knightley has managed to slim down to the point where she is two-dimensional. This saves glossy magazines a fortune in photoshoots, as she can now simply be scanned at high resolution.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Wednesday the 25th of May 2005
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