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Spoiler alert! Find out which of Matt's Fact or Fiction stories is false

During Tuesday's Fact or Fiction segment, Matt Lauer brought you two stories — Extreme Ironing and Upstart Academy — one of which is true and the other a complete fabrication. Did you guess which is which? If not, click here to read both tales again. Last chance to bail before finding out the false story!The fictional story is ... Upstart Academy.There are plenty of ways companies try to i
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During Tuesday's Fact or Fiction segment, Matt Lauer brought you two stories — Extreme Ironing and Upstart Academy — one of which is true and the other a complete fabrication. 

Did you guess which is which? If not, click here to read both tales again. 

Last chance to bail before finding out the false story!

The fictional story is ... 

Upstart Academy.

There are plenty of ways companies try to innovate and think outside the box. Some, like the Om Factory, where we shot the segment, do include upside-down hanging poses.

But hanging upside down for hours at a time would just make you sick — not ready to brainstorm! 

There were two clues inside the segment itself. 

Clue No. 1: 
Bea Eslaf has quite an odd name. Eslaf is actually "False" spelled backwards.

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Clue No. 2: 
When was the last time you saw a palm tree in Maryland? Johns Hopkins is located in not-so-tropical Baltimore. This is a photo from University of Southern California. 

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All of this means there's still time to hone your extreme ironing skills for the next competition. Just watch out for the buttons! 

Watch TODAY Wednesday morning for another chance to test your Fact or Fiction skills.