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The lie of yesterday

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In New Zealand, people are outnumbered six-to-one by MacDonald's outlets.

Source: Dyl
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The lie of last Monday

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The planet Earth was originally titled Barbara, but after the God of Naming Stuff lost a poker match to the God of Ruining Everything, the name was changed to be less exciting.

Source: Dr. Que and his sidekick Waldo
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The lie of last Sunday

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For Star Wars Episode IV - A New Hope, George Lucas had a real Death Star built in geostationary orbit above Pinewood Studios in London. Unfortunately Harrison Ford went to move it as a joke but he accidentally let go of the rope and it drifted off.

Source: Alan Greening
Submitted on Saturday the 5th of May 2007
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The lie of last Saturday

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Hamlet, the well known work of Shakespeare, was actually named after a miniature pork roast found at the dinner table of Shakespeare himself.

Source: No one cares who
Submitted on Tuesday the 26th of February 2008
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The lie of last Friday

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In music, a tone cluster is a very pleasing consonant sound which, when played, aligns the soul with nature.

Source: Matthew Henry
Submitted on Monday the 21st of February 2011
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The lie of last Thursday

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A survey of employers revealed that, in the UK, the most popular excuse for skipping work is "My knees smelt funny, so I went to the knee hospital".

Source: Daphne out of Scooby Doo ( [email protected])
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