Lie #2119

The moment mere seconds before a person blows his or her nose, that person's nasal and sinus cavities spontaneously clear up. This has lead scientists and doctors to suspect that a stuffed nose is not cleared by the actual act of forcefully evacuating mucus by air, but from the body's natural fear of that force. Of course, to effectively re-enforce that fear, you must still » ...

Lie #2118

All password entry forms fail on purpose at random intervals as part of a mass conspiracy to force people to question their own memories. » ...

Lie #2117

If you spin your body fast enough, it's possible to fold space-time upon itself. Your body makes you dizzy as a natural defense to prevent this from happening. Unfortunately, children tend to have an innate ability to muscle through this response and continue spinning. So as a secondary defensive measure to stabilize dimensional space, dogs chase their tails in the opposite direction. » ...

Lie #2116

Contrary to what street vendors would like you to believe, a hotdog stand is exactly like a keg stand. Those same vendors should be overjoyed when people climb up on their carts, do a handstand and scream out, "Dog me!" » ...

Lie #2115

Vines are not native to rainforest environments. They were transplanted there as part of an early effort to construct a intra-jungle transportation system that would allow people to easily swing their way from one side of the wildlands to the other. » ...

Lie #2114

Of the people who ate paste as children, 100% of them became chefs and restaurateurs. » ...

Lie #2113

The most correct way to take a shower, as cited by the International Shower Regulation Commission, is balled up on the floor... bonus points for weeping while doing so. » ...

Lie #2112

Boomerangs don't actually come back to you. It just so happens that every time you throw a boomerang, there's another person opposite from you who's also throwing the exact same kind of boomerang in your direction. » ...

Lie #2111

Hippopotamuses actually hate water. Unfortunately, they have a severe skin allergy that reacts violently to open air and sunlight. This is why they spend most of their days submerged in water. » ...

Lie #2110

What we thought were barnacles on photos and drawings of old sailing ships were actually miniature propulsion jets. We lost the technology with the advent of steel hulls. » ...