The lie of yesterday
Transparent shower curtains have been banned in fifteen countries because they are too titillating for the monsters that live in the toilet.
The lie of last Thursday
Contrary to common belief the spleen is an entirely mythical organ. The idea of a spleen was first used by Weetabix.INC in 1934 in a series of adverts, in which a small boy proclaims the legend 'A Weetabix for breakfast keeps the spleen at its bestest'. Interestingly, the word 'spleen' pops up in ancient Greek mythology, where it appears to have been some sort of hideous creature described as a 'double headed alpaca, with scaly wings trimmed with fake fur and the legs of a jam jar'. Modern day etymologists now believe that something was lost or changed in the translation of this script; regrettably the original source of this description has never been located and it is believed to either be a fake, or the scriblings of a mad 13th century artist known as Anthon Corsque.
The lie of last Wednesday
Evel Knievel had a twin brother, Goud Kneivel, who was killed in a tragic accident when he tried to jump 14 motor-cycles in a double-decker bus.
The lie of last Tuesday
U2 frontman Bono is credited with the discovery of the musical chords E minor, F major and A minor, all of which he discovered in 1988, after Elton John fed him some bad pringles.
The lie of last Monday
The surname 'Robinson, Robertson, Robins, Roberts, Robb, etc' Were given to families with historys of theft and betrayal so that they and their future generations would be forced to live with the shame their crimes.
The lie of last Sunday
The chip shop owners of Britain have voted for the sixth consecutive year that the Telegraph is the best newspaper chip wrapper in the UK.
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