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The lie of yesterday

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The Swiss are twice as likely to yawn when tired compared to the rest of the world.

Source: Peter [email protected]
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The lie of last Thursday

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Winston Churchill was quoted as saying ,"never never never never give up, unless it's just too damn hard"

Source: Gannon Steve
Submitted on Saturday the 29th of September 2007
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The lie of last Wednesday

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Following the implementation of European Union EUB 07586, all limericks beginning "There was a..." must, from the first of September, 2004, be historically accurate. Failure to prove that there was, in fact, a young vampire called Mabel, will result in a fine not exceeding eight pounds thirty five pence and imprisonment in a public lavatory in Doncaster for a week.

Source: Rich (formerly [email protected])
Submitted on Monday the 12th of July 2004
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The lie of last Tuesday

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The term "badgering" someone first came into use in the 16th Century, when it was common place to settle local feuds by attatching an irate badger to your head and headbutting your opponent until the dispute was settled. This tradition still goes on today in parts of Norway.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Saturday the 10th of April 2004
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The lie of last Monday

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Yaks milk is actually a cure for baldness, this is why all Yaks are incredibly hairy when young.

Source: Grahame - [email protected]
Submitted on Monday the 5th of July 2010
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The lie of last Sunday

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An exciting world of mystery, intrigue and romance awaits you just around the next corner.

Source: [email protected]
Submitted on Tuesday the 1st of June 2010
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