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The lie of yesterday

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The boy's name Thomas is derived from the Middle English word `Thumlasse', meaning `he who has no thumbs'.

Source: Mr Dave Kenning
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The lie of last Wednesday

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Cheese straws can be used as bedding by cheese rabbits.

Source: Rich (formerly [email protected])
Submitted on Thursday the 13th of May 2004
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The lie of last Tuesday

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When heated to an appropriate temperature, honey can be used as a super glue.

Source: Vanessa
Submitted on Tuesday the 9th of October 2007
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The lie of last Monday

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Elite cycle couriers conceal teleportation devices in their pannier bags. It's unclear why, because they don't work.

Source: Pat Foy
Submitted on Thursday the 2nd of July 2009
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The lie of last Sunday

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It is a little known fact that bees wax actually comes from bees ears.

Source: Paul Turland
Submitted on Tuesday the 13th of April 2004
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The lie of last Saturday

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The Catholic Church has forbidden the faithful from having relations with dairy products after an order of Franciscan monks betrothed themselves to a case of Laughing Cow cheese, in a mass marraige ceremony.

Source: Samuel Pepys
Submitted on Wednesday the 28th of March 2007
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