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The lie of yesterday

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A recent study finds that generally all Dutchmen are kinder and more honest than American men.

Source: Jed Aloysius Crawford ( [email protected] )
Submitted on Wednesday the 5th of September 2007
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The lie of last Wednesday

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Birds have been known to construct rudimentary nests from other, living birds.

Source: Bart Gwynn
Submitted on Thursday the 17th of June 2010
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The lie of last Tuesday

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Grizzly bears like it when you pick up their cubs.

Source: stu barnes
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The lie of last Monday

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Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison originally joined forces in a band called "The B-Tulls", a Jethro Tull tribute band.

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

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The basking shark is actually a type of flexible cutlery used in Manchester.

Source: Leonardo von Jorvik
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The lie of last Saturday

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Amongst pastry chefs there is a secret competition to bake a snickerdoodle without cream of tartar. The winner receives a life-time supply of lemon icing and two thirds of Belgium.

Source: Paul Wayper ([email protected])
Submitted on Tuesday the 9th of December 2008
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