Was That Fake? - Watermelon is a natural Viagra

Time for Was That Fake, where we look at sketchy headlines and let you know if they’re legit.

First up, who has seen the “amazing” calendar picture being shared? It claims that in every month next year, when the month and day share the same ordinal value, it falls on a Sunday. So, January 1 would fall on a Sunday. February 2 would fall on a Sunday, and so on, and so on. Well, that would be pretty amazing. Problem is, one glance at a calendar and it’s clear this is not true. It doesn't even apply to half the months next year. So, don’t share this.

Next, did President Trump make some big changes to the presidential challenge coin? Including adding his campaign slogan “Make America Great Again” to the coin? Yes, he did. The president replaced the national motto, “E Pluribus Unum” with “Make America Great Again.” He also made the coins gold instead of the traditional copper and silver, and put a banner on the bottom bearing his name. Presidents hand out the coins to members of the military, visitors, and other members of the public.

Last one, can guys ditch their Viagra pills for slices of watermelon? Although the research is preliminary, doctors think an acid in watermelon could be a natural way to help men with erectile dysfunction. So this story is true, but don’t throw out those pills just yet. There’s still a lot of research to be done. Doctors said the acid helps with increasing blood flow and the best results would probably come from drinking watermelon juice.

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