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The lie of yesterday

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Fennel was used by the Babylonians as a holy cow deter-ant.

Source: Nick de Friez (The fridge maker from Antarctica)
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The lie of last Monday

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Colourless green ideas sleep furiously.

Source: Snoof
Submitted on Saturday the 1st of October 2011
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The lie of last Sunday

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In nature, a bat's mortal enemy is the penguin.

Source: zul[email protected]
Submitted on Wednesday the 6th of October 2004
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The lie of last Saturday

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The Remington Microshave was presented to the US government by space aliens in exchange for Elvis presley and 27 McDonalds happy meals.

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

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Cubicles are merely the juvenile form of the icle, a fearsome office predator. An established infestation of icles can dispose of as many as fifteen cleaning staff a year, although such infestations are often welcomed by office managers as a cheap way to dispose of recyclable materials.

Source: Dunx ([email protected])
Submitted on Monday the 16th of August 2010
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The lie of last Thursday

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Bacon is actually produced by small peasant women in Singapore and consists mainly of beetroot extracts and clay.

Source: grit
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