Our 11th guest liar is Mr Colin McChesneywho listed among his hobbies; blue, amber and beige.
Under an obscure law passed by King Carol Vorderman in the 1800's, all shopkeepers are obliged to sell any item for only one penny on presentation of a stained glass helicopter and the words "Chewing a stately banjo".
According to a recent survey, 3 out of 5 candlemakers regularly mistake cinemas for chocolate digestives.
Nightmares can be prevented by covering ones bedclothes with radioactive plutonium at least an hour before bedtime.
The Spanish have no word for "duck", due to an ancient legend that states that, if such a word were to be adopted into the language, Abba would reform for a comeback tour.
Hirsute television star David Hasselhoff claims that laying strips of uncooked bacon over your head just before bedtime is an excellent cure for baldness.
The NASA probe currently en-route to Mars contains a Werthers Original toffee which fell from the mouth of a technician into the innards of the craft, and could not be removed in time for the launch.
American astronaut Neil Armstrong actually made two trips to the moon. He returned in 1975 to retrieve has wallet and car-keys which he had left behind on the previous occasion.
The city of Glasgow was so named due to the mysterious disappearance of over 200 transparent drinking vessels in the area during the middle ages.
Screen actress Michelle Pfeiffer was the first woman to wear a hat on a live broadcast of international pro-celebrity potato farming.
Gravity is an illusion caused by millions of microscopically tiny ants which continually attempt to drag you into their subterranean lairs.
Popular television series "Scooby Doo" is based on the real-life exploits on a group of American teenagers who, accompanied by their intelligent but cowardly dog, travelled the country solving mysteries during the sixties.
Guest Liars' Hall Of Fame
Mr David Gollub
Mr Paul Wayper
Mr Simon McCallum
Mr Colin McChesney
Mr Dave Kenning
Mr Ade Ward
Mr Paul Craggs
Dr. Steve Greatbanks
Mr. Jo(e/seph) Reeves
Sir Greg O'Beirne
Mr Frank Charlton
Mr Rob Smith
Mr Yan Pomplemeyer
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