I believed this all the way up to the pun... seems I'm even more dense than that iceberg
@Webbed Foot, same. I was kinda shocked, like: "I'm mexican, how did I never know this?!"
@Webbed Foot, the pun?? I had to stare at the eel for 5 minutes to realize it wasn't real!
@Webbed Foot, so... Less dense than water
@Webbed Foot, this got me the same way the first time I read it as well. It is amazing how many people it still gets though. I am almost 45 and I know the first time I read it was almost 20 years ago
@Webbed Foot, icebergs are less dense than water though. Is why they float.
@Webbed Foot, y'all are a bunch of buzzkills. You missed the joke of my comment
I know it’s only a joke, but I have to say: the Titanic sank in April 1912 and not in May, Hellman’s Mayonnaise was first sold in 1913 and Hellman’s is an American company.
@Ted Cunn, I mean maybe transportation from New York to Mexico could've taken a month back then
@oh deer, Titanic set set on 10th April and should have arrived in New York on 17th April.
Take my upvote you filthy animal.
I thought it was Sinkhole de Mayo, because sinkholes happen in the summertime
Still more believable than the 9/11 story.
My Captain in ROTC told this joke and like a total idiot I thought he was serious and wondered why the other kids laughed.
It’s on the internet so it must be true
This is my new favorite “fact”
This is true because the Parliamentary Helman-Heinz Act of 1909 permitted the trade between the previously embargoed countries of Mexico and England and I have no idea what I am talking about.