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The lie of yesterday

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Garlic has no taste of its own - the flavour is added in a factory.

Source: Manchile
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The lie of last Wednesday

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Kittens are never born afraid of butter. Litter-mates reared with different mothers showed a 100% correlation in butter fear symptoms between kitten and the rearing mother cat.

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The lie of last Tuesday

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Beware the camel spits, or Be where the camel spits.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Monday the 10th of November 2008
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The lie of last Monday

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The sale of "duty free" items in airports is not due to some clever legal loophole. It is in fact blatantly illegal.

Source: David Glicksman ([email protected])
Submitted on Thursday the 29th of September 2005
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The lie of last Sunday

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New trees growing in the war ravaged forests of Viet-Nam have evolved to withstand Napalm.

Source: Chris Kortjohn
Submitted on Friday the 4th of April 2008
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The lie of last Saturday

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The DOW Jones stock market is actually just a large business card.

Source: The Number 8
Submitted on Wednesday the 4th of October 2006
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