This Saturday's long tea-time of the soul brought with it an interesting discovery. While surfing aimlessly for a bit, I've stumbled on a strange combination of a picture and a caption:
The headline didn't change inside the link, it's still: Twenty-six percent of young men had erectile dysfunction. Only a rubric name was added: Health News. And the picture presents the same view, only with a better resolution:
The file name of the picture is Twenty-six-percent-of-young-men-had-erectile-dysfunction.jpg.
Instead of, for instance: Two-braves-doing-pushups-in-the-rain.jpg or something in this vein.
However, there is a caption under the picture, it says:
One-in-4 men age 40 and younger have erectile dysfunction. Young men do pushups in the pouring rain next to the Washington Monument on the National Mall in Washington.If you can establish a link between the first and the second sentences in this caption, you are a much better man/woman than I am.
The article itself, by the way, is about statistical results obtained from 439 Italian men seeking medical help for newly developed erectile dysfunction (emphasis mine).
Well, that's it. I leave the mystery to you, since as I have mentioned, you are a much better man/woman. Oh, and one other thing: from this moment I shall never do pushups in the pouring rain next to the Washington Monument on the National Mall in Washington.
Just in case. And don't even beg me.