Dave's Web of Lies Lie of the Day A Week of Lies Random Lie Lie Database Celebrity Liar Guest Liar Submit a Lie

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The lie of yesterday

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Woodpeckers are allergic to gravy.

Source: Kevin Rushfirth
Submitted on Friday the 4th of March 2011
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The lie of last Monday

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Life saver candies, the sweet treat with the hole in the middle, were originally made from lima beans with holes carved in the centers, and were called "Ventils."

Source: D. Monica O'Leary
Submitted on Wednesday the 23rd of March 2005
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The lie of last Sunday

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Source: Den
Submitted on Friday the 8th of December 2006
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The lie of last Saturday

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In Moldova it is common courtesy to head butt your mother-in-law, except on Sundays and Bank holidays when it is deemed inappropriate.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Friday the 22nd of December 2006
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The lie of last Friday

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The surface of the planet Mercury is made entirely of left over meat loaf.

Source: Dust to Dust [email protected]
Submitted on Friday the 17th of December 2004
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The lie of last Thursday

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"Daves web of lies exists only in your imagination" Is a line of subliminal lyrics on the John Lennon song Imagine.

Source: Hornblower
Submitted on Monday the 11th of April 2011
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