Untrue (Alternative) facts

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(Detectives investigatiog a murder at a QAnon supporter's house)

 

Detective 1, "There are four empty wine bottles on the floor and two glasses, looks like he had company".

Detective 2, "Probably not ...".

 

 

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Captain Hook bought his hook from a second hand store. Additional bit of trivia, the patch on his eye was a result of trying to remove an eyelash from his eyeball.

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A conspiracy theory supporter that we all know, dropped this receipt in the street.

 

 

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"You've been a very naughty boy and I'm not having it. I've had enough so no birthday party and you can forget Christmas as well. You're lucky you're not going to your bedroom with bread and cheese"

 

"Ah Mummy, it wasn't my fault, it was them, not me"

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Shakespeare went from writing with quills, to using pencils.

He had a dilemma deciding 2b or not 2b.

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In Ireland, the gum on the back of postage stamps and envelopes is a mixture of Guinness and honey. This is why the Irish are such prolific letter-writers and senders. You stand a better chance of finding a four leaf clover in the emerald isle than a self-adhesive stamp.

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Oceanographer's have determined that it takes ten tickles to make an octopus laugh.

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In Germany, December is the month with most car accidents.

 

This is due to all those company Christmas parties and informal meetings on the Christmas markets where the men drink way to much and decide to better let their women drive.

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