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Riddle: What’s large on Saturday and Sunday and Small on Tuesday, Wednesday

Question: What’s large on Saturday and Sunday. Small on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and disappears on Monday and Friday?

Riddle: What's large on Saturday and Sunday and Small on Tuesday, Wednesday

Answer: Letter S

What is Shrove Tuesday – Pancake Day?

What is Shrove Tuesday - Pancake Day?

Shrove Tuesday was coined as “Pancake Day” as various countries began the tradition of serving pancakes which included these items.

Shrove Tuesday is the day before Lent starts on Ash Wednesday.

The name Shrove comes from the old middle English word ‘Shriven’ meaning to go to confession to say sorry for the wrong things you’ve done.

Pancakes are associated with the day preceding Lent, because they are a way to use up rich foods such as eggs, milk, and sugar, before the fasting season of the 40 days of Lent.

Shrove Tuesday Joke: “What did the young pancake say to the old burnt pancake?
I don’t like your flip side.”

A popular shroving rhyme went like this:

Knock, knock, the pan’s hot
And we are coming a-shroving
For a piece of pancake
Or a piece of bacon
Or a piece of truckle* cheese
Of your own making.

Riddle: Where would you find Monday before Sunday?

In a calendar you will find Sunday before Monday.

Question: Where would you find Monday before Sunday?

Where would you find Monday before Sunday?

Answer: In a dictionary

When is the National Pizza Day?

February 9th is National Pizza Day.

February 9th is National Pizza Day

National Pizza Day is a day that celebrates this oven baked flat, round base of dough baked with a topping of tomato sauce and cheese.

The original pizza was a dish created by the Romans out of placenta bread that was covered in various layers of herbs, sauce and cheese.

Some say that Pizza Day started in the 10th century in Naples, Italy.

Pizza made its mark on America in 1905. In New York City, a pizzeria called Lombardi’s created the first pizza!

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