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The lie of yesterday

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Cement powder was originally invented by the ancient Incas, who's famous city (Macchu Picchu) in the Andes was created when the community were required to make use of their bad dandruff condition.

Source: Mandy
Submitted on Thursday the 21st of December 2006
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The lie of last Wednesday

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Mystic Meg predicts dwarf shortage.

Source: Boghead
Submitted on Thursday the 9th of December 2010
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The lie of last Tuesday

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The famous 'Lemon Bernard' cocktail, consisting of gin, limoncello and soda water is both delicious and invigorating. It was named in honour of the late northern comedian Bernard Manning, who reputedly had a brain made of lemon posset.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Friday the 5th of March 2010
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The lie of last Monday

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The meaning of life is written inside Blackbeard's treasure chest.

Source: The other Dave
Submitted on Monday the 24th of January 2011
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The lie of last Sunday

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Philosopher AC Grayling was the original AC of AC/DC. His partner in the first line up of the Heavy Metal supergroup was David Cameron.

Source: Ronly Bonly Jones
Submitted on Tuesday the 5th of April 2011
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The lie of last Saturday

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Taramasalata is the only aromatapeic word in the English language. It sounds exactly the way it tastes.

Source: [email protected]
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