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The lie of yesterday

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Women in a war are 95% more likely to 'knit' their opponents to death than men in combat and 30% less likely to run with scissors.

Source: D. Monica O'Leary
Submitted on Wednesday the 29th of December 2004
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The lie of last Tuesday

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The SI unit of uneasiness is the Fawlty.

Source: Dunx ([email protected])
Submitted on Monday the 25th of May 2009
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The lie of last Monday

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Pope Theodric IV was recently voted sexiest Antipope in a poll conducted by Popular Tweed magazine.

Source: Eric TF Bat, [email protected]
Submitted on Thursday the 29th of June 2006
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The lie of last Sunday

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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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The lie of last Saturday

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What museums claim to be Knights' suits of armour, are really old-fashioned robots with their insides removed.

Source: Matt Henderson
Submitted on Sunday the 1st of July 2007
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The lie of last Friday

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Michael Caine was born in 1742 in Paris. Only today's extensive plastic surgery and complex medication keep him alive.

Source: Mr Ade Ward
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