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The lie of yesterday

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There were red faces all round at Derby's John Donne hospital last week when it was discovered that a coma patient who had been in a `persistent vegetative state' for the past seven years turned out to be a cauliflower.

Source: Phil Glanville ([email protected])
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The lie of last Wednesday

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Freshly boiled new potatoes MUST be cut in half before being eaten as they have a tendency to explode in the mouth otherwise, causing severe damage.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Tuesday

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The famous Cape Cod light bulb has burnt continuously for the last 217 years. During this entire time it has not been connected to any electric supply except for a brief period after the assassination of the Archduke Ferdinand when it was on show in the Vatican.

Source: Roger Freedman [email protected]
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The lie of last Monday

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Tench are jealous of salmon and tuna because of their extra vowel.

Source: Paul Wayper ([email protected])
Submitted on Tuesday the 6th of April 2004
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The lie of last Sunday

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The true cause of the Tunguska explosion in Siberia in 1909 was the violent disintegration not, as is commonly believed, of a large meteorite, but of a two-cyborg timecraft from the year 2146 that malfunctioned and in fact imploded when sent back to discover the true cause of the Tunguska explosion.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Saturday

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Before the widespread use of two windsheild wipers, most autos implemented at least 60 wipers for the same task. This was due to a great abundance of wiper arms from the First World War, which the British Army seized from a 6-acre German warehouse near Stockholm.

Source: Matthew Henry
Submitted on Sunday the 17th of July 2005
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