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The lie of yesterday

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'Angola' is 'Anglia' in Portuguese. The country of Angola was named in honour of the Ford Anglia, which was invented there.

Source: Caroline
Submitted on Monday the 9th of November 2009
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The lie of last Tuesday

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Spring allways comes to late

Source: Hylke ter Bals
Submitted on Tuesday the 24th of February 2009
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The lie of last Monday

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Tarzan actor Johnny Weissmuller was actually never able to swim. Film of him winning olympic swimming medals was cleverly fabricated by top scientists.

Source: David Kenning, [email protected]
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The lie of last Sunday

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At weddings, it is considered good luck if the bride is tackled by a man wearing a gorilla suit.

Source: Snoof
Submitted on Saturday the 1st of October 2011
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The lie of last Saturday

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There are 34 known types of banana, but it is believed that many more remain undiscovered. Three expeditions have been mounted to explore the islands of the pacific ocean but none have returned, it is believed they were eaten by ravening hordes of wild bananas.

Source: Dr Ben Argyle
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The lie of last Friday

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Charlie Chaplin was absolutely hilarious, and is proof that the general sense of humour in his day is much more advanced than that of today's folk

Source: Carl
Submitted on Wednesday the 26th of March 2008
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