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The lie of yesterday

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It is easy to determine whether a lie is genuine or a forgery, because the letter 'e's in genuine lies glow blue under ultraviolet light.

Source: Simon Smith
Submitted on Friday the 5th of November 2004
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The lie of last Friday

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Ironically, in Ireland a four-leaf clover is thought to be very unlucky because it is poisonous to the leprechauns.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Thursday

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In 2002 a little girl from Seattle reported to the police department that she had captured the tooth fairy, who was trying to pry her braces out of her mouth. The police rushed round and subsequently burned down her family's house in the search for the fairy. They concluded that it must have used it's magical grounded teeth spray to escape the flames.

Source: chode man
Submitted on Wednesday the 24th of October 2007
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The lie of last Wednesday

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Several Middle Eastern religions require the compulsory wearing of tea-cosies.

Source: Lex Luthor
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The lie of last Tuesday

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The moon is an enormous bacterium.

Source: Darren
Submitted on Sunday the 21st of August 2005
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The lie of last Monday

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The best thing since sliced bread is bread glue.

Source: Rich (previously [email protected])
Submitted on Thursday the 27th of May 2004
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