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IN Lifestyle ON 21 Jul, 2016
The internet is a vast pool of information and at the same time, it also holds a lot of misinformation. You just need to have an eye to detect these "fake" too-good-to-be-true information, places and objects.
As once the great President of the USA - Abraham Lincoln said, "The problem with the quotes found on the internet is that they are often not true."
You might have got the point which I'm trying to convey here. So, let's discover and debunk these famous internet hoaxes which are floating on the internet for so long.
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This is a kind of melon which grows only in Japan, which will switch the flavours of everything you'll eat after eating this. Everything sour will taste sweet, everything salty will taste, and water will taste orangy.
Well, too good to be true, right? Actually, it's just an altered image of real watermelon. Nothing like moonmelon exists in our world.
Maybe in a parallel world. I wish...
This was quite trending on the internet for some time. But unfortunately or fortunately, whatever you take it as, it's just another hoax, and you've been fooled once again.
Wanna go to this Island Castle in Dublin, Ireland. So, what are you waiting for? Just pack your bags and leave.
Sorry lads, there's no such destination like Island Castle.
OMG! This cute, adorable creature is endangered. What should we do?
Well, nothing at all. Because this creature never existed. This is just a photoshopped image to play with your emotions.
Wow! You eat this food and you lose calories.
That's just bullshit. This is never going to happen, and this internet hoax resulted in few calorie gain in your body. So, be aware next time.
Look Mommy, this tree looks so much like a person, or maybe Jesus.
No, it doesn't. Because that's too much for a coincidence. It's fake.You disappointed your mommy once again.
Here's another extinct owl who had rainbow colours. Just another piece of photoshop work and an internet hoax.