The deceptive parrot of 1872

The deceptive parrot of 1872
An excerpt from the 1872 book called:

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Simple deceptions to make you laugh

Simple deceptions to make you laugh
Two Australians entertain.

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Fooling cocaine users with a toothache product

Fooling cocaine users with a toothache product

This chemical is used both to soothe baby’s teething pain 
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Fool me once, shame on me, rob me twice…

Fool me once, shame on me, rob me twice...
Michael Quiroz, McDonald’s robber

Magicians have a saying: "Never do the same trick twice." That’s because even though you might get away with it the first time, the next time you’re more likely to be discovered. Continue reading

Why do kids lie?

Why do kids lie?
There’s no big mystery why kids lie – they’re just copying their parents. Continue reading

Who do kids trust when they close their eyes?

Who do kids trust when they close their eyes?
Use this Instant Irish Accent Mouth Spray
and make friends quickly
with the Irish

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Who changes their mind – heroes or liars?

Who changes their mind - heroes or liars?
When a man you like switches from what he said a year ago, or four years ago, he is a broad-minded person who has courage enough to change his mind with changing conditions. Continue reading

What’s the most fatal illusion?

What's the most fatal illusion?
She has a completely fixed point of view.

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Was the baboon in the backyard a hoax?

Was the baboon in the backyard a hoax?
"She saw what she saw," her mother said.
(This is not a picture of what she saw, however.)

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Use this liquor store scam to swindle $409,000

Use this liquor store scam to swindle $409,000
This is all the liquor that nobody drank.

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