Our 7th guest liar is Mr Paul Craggswith his specialised subject `The Life and Times of Dudley Pagdet, budgerigar tamer ahead of his time'. Mr Craggs tells us that his favourite food is any fat and that he works as a test driver for McLaren, the pram and push-chair manufactures of world renown.
News of a massive Fraud connected with `anonymous' National Lottery winners broke this week. A Mr Herbert George Wells and an accomplice as yet named only as 'Dr Who?' by a police insider, are being quizzed by detectives from the Serious Fraud Office and League Against Lottery Cheaters in 1927 and 2010 respectively.
Two thirds of people who bought `Batman Forever' on video now suffer from epilepsy following the infamous `Ketchup' scene.
98% of people questioned in a recent National survey believed Mao Tse Tung to be that dish you get with cashew nuts and an unidentifiable meat in it.
The 1924 Vatican Ecumenical Sub-committee on Wombats, decreed that both cardboard milk cartons of the type manufactured by Tetra-Pac © and nail-scissors were miracles of biblical proportions. The same assembly ruled that Brylcreeme was the Devil's salad dressing.
Terry Christian, infamous TV presenter and part-time shoelace tester has not had a bath since 5th February 1973, when he found a dead yak in the tub of his Mosley home, triggering in him a permanent psychosis of all water borne, humped, grunting oxen.
`Throwing the baby out with the bath water' allegorical proverb or hard fact? An alarming recent study showed that 11% of families had done just that.
`A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush' is not so much a lie as an inaccuracy, currently a bird in the hand is actually worth a pig in poke.
The Spanish word `jerigonza' has no direct translation into English, the nearest meaning being `sweetly fluffy, with bits of string attached'.
It is a common fallacy that a leopard can not change his spots. As long as he has the receipt and returns them unworn within fifteen days of purchase he is free to choose from a bewildering array of alternative patterns including diagonal flashes and paisley.
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
Brought to you by David Hancock , Brian Scholer and Paul Wayper .