Lie #2129

Every time you take a shower or bath, there's a strong 31% chance that you'll end up going down the drain. The reasoning for this is complex and scientists haven't fully figured out why, but there's a compelling data correlation with the fact that most human bodies are nearly 70% water. » ...

Lie #2128

Index sections of books are not meant to be a searchable reference to the content of that book. They're actually an accountability device for a secret sect of language regulators who maintain a quota for every word in existence. Once a word reaches its quota in either written or spoken form, it's usage rights is public discourse are summarily revoked. Then, the word is replaced » ...

Lie #2127

Nearly all baby chicken bodies are 88% latex. It's almost exactly the same material used in helium balloons and surgical gloves. It's hypothesized that this is the precise reason why adult chickens don't fly and are a completely unsanitary mess. They're rebelling the nature of their youth. » ...

Lie #2126

Christmas lights are not mere decoration. You install them to ward off holiday elves. From the end of November and throughout the month of December, these thieving elves break into your home and steal all manner of things. Setting up Christmas lights is like leaving your outdoor lights on when you travel for work or vacation. It fools burglars into believing someone is home, forcing » ...

Lie #2125

Donkeys are not animals. They're actually wind-powered robots. It used to be believed that when a donkey would not move upon command, it was simply stubborn. It turns out that it's really because the donkey didn't have enough power to move. If you just blow gently into one of the donkey's ears, that should be enough to get it going again. Donkey ears are highly » ...

Lie #2124

Sleeping is actually time travel. What you think are dreams are really fragment memories of your adventures in another time. However, to protect yourself and the fabric of reality from utter destruction, you wipe your memories before returning to your time, a few hours after you "fell asleep." You may find yourself wondering, "But what about the fact that I can see other people when » ...

Lie #2123

The hula hoop was originally designed as a restraining device for violent criminals. Think of it like a waist-level handcuff. The modern method of playing with a hula hoop is actually derived from a prison dance that both symbolized the oppression of the containment hoop and—ironically—provided the means of escaping the restraint. » ...

Lie #2122

Noses and earlobes never stop growing, even after death. In fact, at the foundation of every single mountain range on Earth are burial sites for the ancient dead. Their noses and earlobes have continued to grow over the centuries, pushing rock and earth ever skyward to form the vast ranges we have today. » ...

Lie #2121

Nearly all of the so-called "parlor tricks" performed by modern stage magicians are derived from the secret texts of an ancient cult of assassins. The "pull a coin from the ear" trick, in particular, is responsible for more deaths than the entire population of Rhode Island. » ...

Lie #2120

87% of all world leaders were not born in the conventional sense. They're reconstituted by firing bolts of electricity through a soup of discarded remains (hair trimmings, skin sheddings, toenails, etc.) from previous world leaders. » ...