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The lie of yesterday

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Scientists now agree that Hell does not have fury greater than a woman scorned.

Source: Connor Wilson
Submitted on Saturday the 28th of January 2012
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The lie of last Monday

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It's been such a long time since I last saw you.

Source: mlmleads
Submitted on Friday the 15th of June 2007
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The lie of last Sunday

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Lemons are born purple but pygmy lemon-grove dwellers paint them yellow to please their wives.

Source: Mr Dave Kenning
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The lie of last Saturday

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The traditional greeting of professional systems administrators is "Lart lart, have you grokked your fsck today?"

Source: Oedipus McGillicuddy
Submitted on Friday the 26th of December 2008
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The lie of last Friday

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Pizza is a variation of the Italian word piazza that means town square. This dates back to the time when Italians wore anchovies for hats and rode around on olives.

Source: Theodore H Biscuit - [email protected]
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The lie of last Thursday

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The Pope's first comment on seeing the completed Sistine Chapel was, "You've missed a bit."

Source: dust to dust
Submitted on Tuesday the 15th of June 2004
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