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The lie of yesterday

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Lokesday, the eighth day of the week, is named after Loki, the Nordic god of mischief and trickery, because it is itself so tricky you usually cannot even find it on the calendar.

Source: David P. Gollub ([email protected])
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The lie of last Wednesday

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The most recent sighting of the Loch Ness Monster was on e-bay, where the monster sold a shiny stainless steel Russell Hobbs kettle. In the seller's photograph of this item the monster's nude reflection can clearly be seen.

Source: Simon Smith [email protected]>
Submitted on Sunday the 11th of March 2007
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The lie of last Tuesday

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CGI was invented because animators couldnt spell plasticine

Source: Gavin Strange
Submitted on Friday the 31st of July 2009
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The lie of last Monday

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Air Conditioning can only be legally carried out by fully trained air conditioners.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Monday the 16th of August 2004
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The lie of last Sunday

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Helicopters to be filmed for television have four really wide rotor blades that rotate very slowly during flight.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Saturday

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The White House used to keep a goat in its grounds as a mascot. This tradition lasted until in 1850, when it broke into the building and devoured the president at the time, Zachary Taylor, in only his second year of office.

Source: Theodore H Biscuit ([email protected])
Submitted on Thursday the 16th of December 2004
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