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The lie of yesterday

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Andrew Johnson never once set foot inside the White House. Instead, he performed his Presidential duties from within a giant, hollow watermelon in Mexico.

Source: Neil Cicierega
Submitted on Sunday the 24th of October 2004
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The lie of last Monday

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It was only late in 1973 that the now-accepted standard order for the numerals 1 to 9 was adopted. The decision was made necessary by an unexpected boom in the counting industry.

Source: [email protected]
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The lie of last Sunday

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Two sandwiches is better than three muffins.

Source: alcool
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The lie of last Saturday

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If you stand on your head at the equator, the centrifugal force overrides gravity and all your blood rushes to your feet.

Source: Simon Smith
Submitted on Thursday the 24th of July 2008
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The lie of last Friday

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The first computer was an elaborate arrangement of trained glow-worms.

Source: Polly Brown out of Pickettywitch
Submitted on Tuesday the 8th of June 2004
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The lie of last Thursday

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The commonly used saying "A rolling stone gathers no moss" is a palpable lie. Mick Jagger has been a keen member of the Grimsby Moss and Lichen appreciation society since it began in 1967.

Source: Steve Greatbanks ([email protected])
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