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Monday, September 20, 2010

The Unfact™ of the Month

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Delaware’s Codex Iustitia, passed in 1704, prescribes identical punishments for witchcraft and masturbation.

Who do you love?

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Monday, August 23, 2010

The Unfact™ of the Month

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Julius Caesar named the month of August after his predecessor and declared that since the entire month was a celebration of the divine Augustus no other holidays would be permitted during the month. The edict was never rescinded and is the reason there are no federal holidays during August.

Cum grano salis…if you know what I mean.

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Monday, July 12, 2010

The Unfact™ of the Month

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In colonial British Northwest Rhodesia-Nyasaland owning a vuvuzela was punishable by hanging until the abolishment of the death penalty in 1922.

Uaminifu, chaps!

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Monday, June 7, 2010

The Unfact™ of the Month

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The name of the month June came to English from the Norman French for ‘yellow’, jaune, so-called because of the large amount of pollen in the air during that time of year in northern France and Britain.

Ai-je jamais menti à vous? Aujourd’hui, je veux dire.

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Monday, April 26, 2010

The Unfact™ of the Month

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The witch hunt after the 1755 Lisbon All Saints Day earthquake resulted in the death of 14 women whose décolletage was determined to be the cause of the earthquake and subsequent tsunami.

It’s Boobquake day!

¡Decotesismo!

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Monday, March 22, 2010

The Unfact™ of the Month

The Unfact™ is, to the best of our knowledge, completely false and unsupportable. We are not responsible for any consequences that are bound to occur if you are silly enough to believe it.

In the Roman calendar March was the first month. The new year was celebrated by the week-long Martius Furiae. The raucous celebration was marked by games of the lost Roman sport of pilia-beta.

I’ve been dribbling since I was a baby!

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