Spoof or Troof?
Most of us lie around 4,000 times a day. "That can't be true!" I hear you cry. Well, no. It's not. But can you tell which of these are blatant lies and which are unbelievable truths? Spoof or Troof is brought to you by Mike Davis.
1: The popular exercise method, Pilates, is named for Pontius Pilate, the Roman governor of Judaea, who designed the techniques to ensure his bodyguards remained fit enough to quell any uprising; troops were required to undertake such exercises each morning.
2: Coughs and sneezes spread – schizophrenia.
3: Survival of the fattest: abdominal fat can actually make you hungrier.
4: Properly smoked (not just dyed) kippers can produce enough electrical current to power an Ipod.
5: Seventeenth century, French political and religious leader, Cardinal Richelieu, in addition to introducing the modern-day table knife, used small dogs as footrests during large dinner parties.
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