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because most of the people who impersonate him are past their best too. the others were probably not even born when elvis died. joe longthorn used to do a pretty good younger elvis. but then he does a pretty good job of everyone he impersonates.
Watermelon is quite tasty and it is somewhat nutritious, but ultimately, the name says it all: it is mostly water. If you ate it forever, "forever" would not last more than a few years (if that) for you! You cannot get nearly all the protein and nutrients you need from watermelon alone. Other more hearty vegetables and fruits, such as apples, bananas and even avocados, would be far more viable options to consider living on for an extended period of time. They still wouldn't provide you with all the nutrients you need, but it would be more substantial than what watermelons can provide.
It's interesting that you should single out this particular food to be the one you would want to eat for the rest of your life, because in 1985, the famous pianist Liberace was reportedly said to be on such an all "watermelon-diet" to explain the rapid weight loss that was clear he had been experiencing...in fact by December 1985 he was nearly emaciated, and he died only a few months later. However, as it turned out, he had actually been dying of AIDS, and the "watermelon-diet" was a façade concocted by his publicist to avoid telling the public what was really going on...just a little bit of trivia there for you.
Not Liberace - he died at the age of 67.
I think it is Glenn Gould who died in 1982 - he was certainly a hypochondriac and died of a stroke when he was 50, so it must be him.