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When you lie you often have to keep lying. Share your pain. When I was 15 I pretended to be 16 to help get a summer job. Then had to spend a summer with this nice shopkeeper asking me everyday if I was excited about getting my GCSE results. I felt like an utter shit. Thanks to MerseyMal for the suggestion.

(, Thu 8 Mar 2012, 21:57)
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The truth about Saint George
Turkish not English? Check. George of Lydda.

He did kill a dragon, though. Two dragons, in fact. And they were Chinese dragons, at that. But what do you do with a dead dragon? You can't eat them - poisonous, see?

So old George asks around, and gets told to dig a big pit, roll in the two large reptilian corpses, being careful not to step in the puddles of blood as it would dissolve his armour along with most other parts of him. Once he's done that, he has to use lots of quicklime and potash and other such caustic subtances to try to neutralise the nasty dragon toxins.

And they were the lyes that went on two Lóng
(, Fri 9 Mar 2012, 14:43, 4 replies)
I'm clicking this
Because it is the most convoluted and erudite pun I have ever read on here. Complete with references too for 'further reading'.
(, Fri 9 Mar 2012, 14:47, closed)
I confess
I didn't know what a Lóng was until I looked it up to make the lye pun work. The rest came from there.
(, Fri 9 Mar 2012, 14:50, closed)
dirt dragons
according to tremors 4
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