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The lie of yesterday

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Elm trees are monogamous.

Source: Owen Allen
Submitted on Tuesday the 16th of February 2010
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The lie of last Saturday

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DFS recommend waiting until your current sofa contains enough small change to pay for a new one.

Source: Polly Brown out of Pickettywitch
Submitted on Friday the 2nd of July 2004
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The lie of last Friday

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On the fourth night after every full moon, dogs find themselves prey to the irresistible urge to bark in Morse code.

Source: Stelio ([email protected])
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The lie of last Thursday

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women are more likely than men to sneeze in public due to a rare disfunctunal nose gland called the retropluis which also controls the amount of time that women spend shopping.

Source: Big Del
Submitted on Tuesday the 8th of June 2004
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The lie of last Wednesday

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The gas xenon doesn't actually exist. It was only put into the periodic table to make the columns look straight.

Source: Polly Brown out of Pickettywitch
Submitted on Thursday the 27th of May 2004
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The lie of last Tuesday

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Noah Webster refused to admit to the fact that he just wasn't very good at spelling.

Source: Pat Foy
Submitted on Sunday the 8th of August 2010
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