If it’s news to me, it must be news to you!
Surrey police celebrated Shrove Tuesday by calling in Crepe Artiste Philippe de Pan to help them locate some of their most wanted villains through the medium of pancake art.
Speaking of pancakes
An Englishwoman won the annual pancake race challenge between the town of Olney in the UK and Liberal in Kansas with a time of 1:06 seconds.
May not contain nuts
What do peanuts, almonds and walnuts have in common? Yep, they are among the ten common nuts that aren’t actually nuts.
The man with the unlucky sneeze
The James Bond theme is one of the most instantly recognisable but who knew that composer Monty Norman based it on an abandoned 1950s musical? The lyrics are a scream – click the video on the right to listen to the original. (Hat tip to QI)
If you’re watching a film and want to know who are the bad guys just check out their phones. They will never use an iPhone because Apple has a clause in their contract that forbids an association with any character that might damage their image.
Speaking of technology
When you’re trying to do a serious Facebook Live about the weather and you accidentally tap the Mystery Mask filter.
A lot at steak
I’m not sure this is up my street – a vegan steak created on a 3D printer.
A Mona Lisa made out of nearly 300 Rubik’s Cubes was sold for nearly half a million euros at auction in Paris on Sunday evening.
NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson; former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak; last of the silent movie child stars Diana Serra Cary; former rugby league player Adam Maher; flat-earther and steam-power rocketman “Mad” Mike Hughes and; prolific author Clive Cussler.