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The lie of yesterday

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In real life, Bart Simpson is nearly nine feet tall.

Source: The Marquis De Sade
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The lie of last Monday

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The Beatles did not hide secret messages in their songs hinting that Paul McCartney was dead. However, on several occasions they included subtle references to Ringo Starr's ability to lactate.

Source: Neil Cicierega
Submitted on Tuesday the 26th of October 2004
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The lie of last Sunday

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If you let a cat spend too much time on your lap it can use telekinesis to move food from your digestive system to it's own. This occasionally causes malnutrition or, in extreme cases, death.

Source: Bart Gwynn
Submitted on Friday the 25th of November 2011
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The lie of last Saturday

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The concept of evolution only occurred to Charles Darwin after he bought a parrot in the Galapagos which shouted 'Feed me monkey-boy' whenever it was hungry.

Source: monkey
Submitted on Friday the 12th of March 2004
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The lie of last Friday

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If any of the craps legs are either lost or broken, they will only be able to walk in circles.

Source: demin
Submitted on Friday the 18th of April 2008
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The lie of last Thursday

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Vin Diesel is, as his name suggests, a compression-ignition fuel derived from the Brussels wine lake. The use of the wine lake for this purpose was long resisted by top Brussels bureaucrats, who liked to go sailing on it in the weekends.

Source: Caroline
Submitted on Tuesday the 2nd of March 2010
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