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The lie of yesterday

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The Coriolis Effect means that when a toilet is flushed on the North Pole the water does not drain away, but instead spins counter-clockwise for eternity. Wisely, no public conveniences have been built on the South Pole.

Source: Mike Ratford
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The lie of last Thursday

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After leaving the role of President of the Unites States, George Bush returned to Brazil and resumed his former role as George of the Jungle, swinging into trees for the enjoyment of all.

Source: RynoDBones
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The lie of last Wednesday

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Gods nickname is Chuck Norris.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Wednesday the 15th of August 2007
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The lie of last Tuesday

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World boxing champion Lennox Lewis is on the wanted list in four US states for "walking in a funny way".

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Monday

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On May 15th 1973, there were observed to be three nights in a row, without the customary day separating them.

Source: Paul from Sheffield
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The lie of last Sunday

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Frappuccino is named after the Frapuchin monks.

Source: Joshua Belsky ([email protected])
Submitted on Sunday the 4th of April 2004
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