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The lie of yesterday

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According to the International Inuit Chamber of Commerce, ice is more valuable than snow when sold by weight, but snow is more valuable than ice when sold by volume.

Source: Sir Boyd Frogmirth, Arctic Explorer
Submitted on Wednesday the 17th of March 2004
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The lie of last Monday

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Sir Robert Peel is famous, not only for being the founder of Britain's police force, but also for being the first Scot to possess a navel since they were first banned in Scotland during the reign of Louis XIV.

Source: Mr. Jo(e/seph) Reeves
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The lie of last Sunday

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Premature gray hair is caused by airborne particles of pencil graphite.

Source: J.the Yellow [email protected]
Submitted on Sunday the 24th of October 2004
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The lie of last Saturday

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There is no delivery time delay for Royal Mail second class postage. The only difference for second class correspondence is that it is transported in a carriage toward the rear of the Royal Mail trains and is not treated to a full English breakfast during the journey.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Friday

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elevators in japan only go up, and no buildings have stairs

Source: rob wason
Submitted on Monday the 19th of November 2007
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The lie of last Thursday

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Former number one Spice Girl, Geri Halliwell's voice is so grating it has been used in large scale cheese shredding for the catering industry.

Source: Peter Turdwoller Morris 3rd Earl of Roundhay [email protected]
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