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The lie of yesterday

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Small jars of jam have been known to spark very heated debates in New Zealand.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Saturday the 25th of September 2004
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The lie of last Sunday

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Aaron is cool, Kappa

Source: Adam
Submitted on Wednesday the 21st of May 2014
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The lie of last Saturday

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The Chinese have no word for "Emperor", and instead refer to their great leaders as "Fluffy" or "Inclined at a 30 degree angle".

Source: Paul Wayper ([email protected])
Submitted on Wednesday the 7th of December 2005
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The lie of last Friday

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Brie was used to stone French peasants to death before rock was invented.

Source: Anand Modha ([email protected])
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The lie of last Thursday

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Rabbits are unaffected by radiation, poisons, fire and bludgeoning with heavy objects.

Source: Billy Beancurd III Jnr ([email protected])
Submitted on Friday the 23rd of June 2006
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The lie of last Wednesday

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If you get bitten by a mailman, you will become one yourself.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Wednesday the 16th of June 2010
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