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The lie of yesterday

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Chocolate buttons were invented for the sole purpose of fastening up chocolate overcoats.

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

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Pinball players in Manitoba are required to wear both helmets and knee pads.

Source: Owen Allen
Submitted on Friday the 8th of May 2009
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The lie of last Saturday

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In Lapland it is considered bad luck if a white cat crosses your path.

Source: Dr Keir Finlow-Bates ([email protected])
Submitted on Thursday the 18th of February 2010
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The lie of last Friday

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Children do not sweat, which allows them to be odourless.

Source: Daniel Brenez
Submitted on Thursday the 23rd of October 2008
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The lie of last Thursday

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Rolling Stone, Ron Woods was really killed while trying to ingest a German U-Boat diesel engine for a bet, not by a drug overdose as previously thought. This astounding revelation was made possible by recent breakthroughs in forensic science.

Source: Charles Meo [email protected]
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The lie of last Wednesday

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The duty liars are still hibernating.

Source: not me
Submitted on Wednesday the 30th of March 2011
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