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Select Snapple facts proven to be fictional

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Select Snapple facts proven to be fictional

A Snapple peach tea with the fact “beavers have orange teeth,” will leave people thinking if this fact is true or not. Especially with Snapple’s credibility being shot down by the second with all their “real facts” being proven wrong.

A Snapple peach tea with the fact “beavers have orange teeth,” will leave people thinking if this fact is true or not. Especially with Snapple’s credibility being shot down by the second with all their “real facts” being proven wrong.

A Snapple peach tea with the fact “beavers have orange teeth,” will leave people thinking if this fact is true or not. Especially with Snapple’s credibility being shot down by the second with all their “real facts” being proven wrong.

A Snapple peach tea with the fact “beavers have orange teeth,” will leave people thinking if this fact is true or not. Especially with Snapple’s credibility being shot down by the second with all their “real facts” being proven wrong.

Madison Lewis, Sports Editor

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Many people are starting to question the famous tea brand Snapple about the credibility of the “real facts” stated on the inside of their bottle caps. Some believe that their “facts” are a bit of a stretch, and some even believe that they aren’t even facts, but completely made up statements. This rumor has been swarming the media and has been questioned by multiple students within the Freedom Area School District, since the beverage is sold in the high school cafeteria.

“I started noticing how Snapple caps seem to blow a lot of things out of proportions, they all seem like too much of a stretch to actually be the truth,” senior Cody Ross said.

Though some facts are surprising, it is a bit suspicious that Snapple puts “Real Facts” in quotations inside every bottle cap.

Some Freedom Area High School students have been outraged by the fictional facts. Some even go to the extreme of collecting caps with the facts that just do not seem truthful, or facts that they have proven to be wrong already. The Snapple lie epidemic is frustrating several tea-lovers, as they have held several investigations of this rumor on their own.

“Some of their facts are so far out there we didn’t even bother to look them up, they just sound ridiculous,” senior Zachary Rosa said.

Some facts can easily be proven wrong by doing a simple fact check. Fact #50 states, “mosquitoes have 47 teeth,” but according to mosquitoworld.net, mosquitoes do not have teeth, they have a one proboscis, that is a needle used to pierce through human skin and clothing.

“All it takes is simple logic to tell that their facts aren’t real, it’s pretty disappointing,” Ross said.

One would think that such a large corporation would ensure that the facts they are selling to their customers would go through simple fact checks before being distributed. Snapple should not need to have their consumers complain about their facts for them to quit distributing them, they should already know they are false.

“I honestly think that Snapple hires people to come up with these fake facts. Everything I have read sounds like a basic fact blown way out of proportion,” Rosa said.

As more people continue to confront Snapple for their fictional facts, they discontinue the production of the specific fact that was proven. However, the haven’t gotten rid of them all, and they continue to produce/make up more facts as the days go on. As this rumor slowly becomes a reality, Snapple fans are beyond furious with being tricked into believing that the “real facts” are anything but real. They may be fun to read, but they are very, very hard to believe.

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