Dave's Web of Lies Lie of the Day A Week of Lies Random Lie Lie Database Celebrity Liar Guest Liar Submit a Lie

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The lie of yesterday

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Burt Reynolds and Tom Selleck are actually the same person

Source: Carl
Submitted on Friday the 1st of December 2006
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The lie of last Tuesday

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The Great Wall of China is the only man-made landmark visible from Spain.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Thursday the 5th of January 2006
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The lie of last Monday

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A blue cardigan will weigh half as much again as a red one, although a blue sweater weighs exactly the same as a red one.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Sunday

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Eight is the only truly random number.

Source: Polly Brown out of Pickettywitch
Submitted on Friday the 11th of June 2004
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The lie of last Saturday

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The 20 sided die popularised by the game Dungeons and Dragons has a mysterious hidden 21st side adjacent to the 13. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO LOCATE IT.

Source: Gordon Lyon
Submitted on Saturday the 24th of July 2010
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The lie of last Friday

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Spreading a thick layer of Marmite on Weetabix makes them waterproof and they can remain crispy for up to two hours immersed in milk. Mmmmmm...nummy.

Source: steve
Submitted on Saturday the 25th of July 2009
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