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The lie of yesterday

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Until the late 1970's, men were considered to be gay if they knew how to operate a kettle.

Source: Ovum Maxwell
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The lie of last Thursday

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Like an iceberg, 90% of Australia's farmland is actually below the surface of the earth.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Wednesday

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Sigmund Freud is the man who put the "anal" into "Psychoanalysis."

Source: Prof Ivor E Towers
Submitted on Sunday the 5th of December 2010
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The lie of last Tuesday

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A recent study commissioned by CCS (Commission of Commissioned Studies) found that 26.34% of studies wasted millions on stating the blindingly obvious. This prompted a further study which determined that, by not doing studies which stated the blindingly obvious, a cost saving of approximately 1/4 could be achieved.

Source: Will Reynolds
Submitted on Sunday the 15th of April 2007
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The lie of last Monday

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During the recording of Queen's "A Kind Of Magic", Bryan May's arms deflated.

Source: Jenny O. ([email protected])
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The lie of last Sunday

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Chinese food, is a unique, tasty and very common cuisine which usually consists of two main ingredients. The first being a carbohydrate source such as rice or noodles. The second component that is used in chinese food can be vegetables, fish or meat.

Source: Dick
Submitted on Sunday the 7th of January 2007
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