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The lie of yesterday

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Rat spit can be used as a substitute for bat spit.

Source: Una O'Connor
Submitted on Monday the 14th of September 2009
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The lie of last Saturday

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In the deepest parts of the world's oceans the pressure is so high that sea-water turns into Coca-Cola.

Source: Snow
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The lie of last Friday

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God is particularly partial to spinach.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Thursday

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In Nepal he use of objects made from any form of plastic can result in fatal shin splints.

Source: Lewisb Arry
Submitted on Wednesday the 4th of April 2012
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The lie of last Wednesday

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Tipp-Ex was originally developed as water-proof eye-liner for use by soldiers.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Tuesday

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A new element was recently discovered on the surface of Mars. It was discovered by the NASA Phoenix probe which landed on the 14th of May 2008. The new element has been given the name "Prescottonium Nigerium" as samples brought back show an uncany resembalence to a black John Prescott.

Source: Tim Williams
Submitted on Thursday the 12th of June 2008
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