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The lie of yesterday

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Drinking a glass of cranberry juice a day reduces your chances of being abducted by aliens by up to 60%.

Source: Travelling Hungarian Businessman ([email protected])
Submitted on Wednesday the 2nd of February 2005
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The lie of last Thursday

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Gerbils are the only known mammals that can survive crucifixion.

Source: LaJ
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The lie of last Wednesday

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Lady Diana Spencer's ankles lived and functioned for two weeks after her death.

Source: Charlton Heston ([email protected])
Submitted on Saturday the 6th of November 2004
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The lie of last Tuesday

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Orange TV presenter Judith Chalmers is a real-life Frankenstein's monster, created in 1943 by Ernie Wise. Her torso is an armadillo, her skin is a carpet of bees and her tail is genuine Miami crocodile.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Monday

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All of Woody Allen's films contain subliminal adverts for "Shake and Vac".

Source: Jane Tomlinson [email protected]
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The lie of last Sunday

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the universe is not made of stars and other stuff but actually made of flamin hot pink wotsits

Source: tobi
Submitted on Tuesday the 23rd of December 2008
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