Today Fun Have

Today fun some have! No, I haven’t turned into Yoda; it’s National Backward Day! You can wear your clothes backwards, eat breakfast for dinner, and reverse your letters and write from right to left like Leonardo da Vinci. Think of some more backward things to do, but don’t annoy your teachers too much!


I Want a Croissant

Yum-yum-yum, today is National Croissant Day. Crescent-shaped rolls have been around since at least the 13th century, but the secret to the flaky croissants we love today is laminated dough. Laminating is folding butter into the dough making multiple thin layers. It makes an airy, buttery pastry. I’ll take a chocolate croissant, please!


Rubik’s Cube Whiz

Australian Feliks Zemdegs matched a world record held by Steve Cho when he solved a Rubik’s cube in 4.59 seconds. Feliks says he’s no math whiz; he just looked up some online tutorials on YouTube and got addicted. He started when he was 12 and has been improving his time for the last 10 years.


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