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NASA confirms that "sh*tload of coke" letter is a fake

We so wanted it to be real.

NASA HAS TAKEN to Twitter to confirm that a letter from them – a picture of which went viral at the weekend – is a fake.

The letter supposedly responds to a Jamie Jones who claimed to have contacted NASA about a “breakthrough in awesome space rockets” involving Coca-Cola and Mentos.

Source: Pandawhale

However, NASA has been quick to respond and say that while it does reply to people’s letters, this is not one of theirs.

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As The Daily Dot points out, this isn’t the first time Jamie Jones has faked some letters.

He was responsible for this one ‘from’ WeBuyAnyCar.com:

fakeletter3 Source: Jamie Jones

And this one ‘from’ Cadbury:

Source: Jamie Jones

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