AS Pancake Day is celebrated across the globe today, this festive brain teaser has left many scratching their heads.
There are three differences in the pancake-day themed cartoon – can you spot all three in less than 10 seconds?
The cheeky cartoon features two siblings eating a stack of pancakes drizzled in butter and syrup.
The baby of the family looks questionably at her older sibling, who is holding a pancake shaped like her head.
But there are three things different in each photo, though seemingly identical- can you find them all?
The answers are below, and if you managed to guess correctly in less than 10 seconds, you have a high IQ.
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Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday, is arguably the best part of Easter celebrations for many of us foodies.
The holiday is also referred to as Mardi Gras, the French term for "Fat Tuesday" – quite fitting, considering all the food consumed.
Pancake Day dates as far back as 1000AD, but was first called Shrovetide in the Middle Ages.
People would make a point of visiting a priest the week before to confess to all the naughty things they did, then be "shriven".
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Shrove comes from the old English word "shrive," which means "to obtain absolution for one's sins by way of confession and doing penance".
The "sinners" would make a point to finish the foods they were going to give up for Lent – which has now turned into our beloved Pancake Day.
Kitchens aren't the only area being prepped for pancake day – hospitals are braced for a surge in burns cases today as clumsy cooks injure themselves on Pancake Day.
Mishaps means that someone looks at the NHS burn advice website every 16 seconds on Pancake Day.
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