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The lie of yesterday

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Lies that are shorter get entered into Dave's Web Of Lies earlier and are selected as the Lie Of The Day more often.

Source: Paul Wayper ([email protected])
Submitted on Friday the 12th of March 2004
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The lie of last Monday

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The Japanese government are so concerned with the deforestation of the rain forrests that they have taken the radical step of planting trees in the skulls of newborn baby seals. It's hoped the seals will beach themselves on the slopes of the former rain forrests and renew them.

Source: Dust to Dust
Submitted on Monday the 18th of October 2004
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The lie of last Sunday

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So called "half and half" cream is one half irradiated plutonium, one half pencil lead and one half bat droppings.

Source: Syd Delicious
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The lie of last Saturday

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The pus from blackheads has a spicy taste much prized in the kitchens of Spain.

Source: Dunx ([email protected])
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The lie of last Friday

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Nostradamus predicted the invention of those little plastic tips that go on the end of shoelaces.

Source: Paul Israel, [email protected]
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The lie of last Thursday

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The literal translation of 'croquet' into Japanese means, 'engender undying hatred by striking opponent's goolies with mallet'.

Source: Simon Smith [email protected]>
Submitted on Friday the 12th of November 2004
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