These are getting so easy to see though, I wonder if they are really trying or not.

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This latest myth involves consecutive dates happening on Sundays.  The meme says that 1/1/18, 2/2/18, 3/3/18, 4/4/18, 5/5/18, 6/6/18, 7/7/18, 8/8/18, 9/9/18, 10/10/18. 11/11/18 and 12/12/18 all fall on Sundays. Well, that would be quite a clever turn of events....if it were true.  It's nonsense, complete and total (well it happens in September and November, but that's it).

So why would anyone pass along something so obviously false and easy to bust?  Probably for more sinister reasons than you think. They are trying to get you to pass it along whether you think it's true or whether you want to show how smart you are by proving it false. It's all just crap to generate shares, likes and whatever traffic currency they benefit from these days.

Take it from me, if something seems really cool, really strange, really extreme or provokes your emotions really hard, then chances are almost always that that thing is bullspit.  *Busted*