#FakeAvocadoFacts – The Believable and The Hilarious

Pop Science myths surrounding food and health tend to walk a fine line between the conceivable and the sensationalist. Which is probably why #FakeAvacadoFacts are so entertaining.

Stop me if you’ve heard this before. Carrots give you night vision, Oreos are as addictive as cocaine and it takes seven years for gum to digest. Pop Science myths surrounding food and health tend to walk a fine line between the conceivable and the sensationalist.

Which is probably why #FakeAvacadoFacts are so entertaining.

Facts that Sound Believable

When it comes to fabricating the truth, the best myths are intuitive. They have just enough basis, in fact, to sound believable at face value. Whether it’s embellishing things we already know to be true or retreating to the gaps in our knowledge, these users are no stranger to tall tales.

Facts that will Make You Laugh

Some users skipped sensationalism and went straight for the punchline. There were the obligatory jabs at Millenials, (for obvious reasons 🥑 🍞). A couple of pokes at the shape and texture of these weird, vegetables fruits. And a lot of crazy suggestions.

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