Archive: did you know

Remember, Remember…

“Remember, remember the fifth of November, gunpowder treason and plot. We see no reason, why gunpowder treason, should ever be forgot!”

 

Today we celebrate what has come to be known as ‘Bonfire Night; where communities gather around huge bonfires to watch engulfing walls of flame majestically dance against dark of night, and a myriad of glimmering colours creating rainbows in the night sky.

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What are your eggs saying about you?

Today marks World Egg Day – a day dedicated to this true superfood which provides an excellent source of quality protein, vitamins and minerals – and they’re also very affordable, which means they’re and widely accessible and enjoyed the world over. Egg Day promotes the versatility, taste and all-round goodness of the common egg; but what are your eggs saying about you?

 

Scientists have statistically uncovered a relationship between a person’s character and lifestyle based upon whether they like their eggs fried, scrambled, poached, as an omelette or boiled.

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Putting You On The Map

Over the past week, we launched our first ever our Business Bonanza Week here at Groupon; giving our followers a behind-the-scenes peek into the world of our wonderful partners.

 

On our Groupon UK Facebook page, we’ve have been showing you some of the fantastic people who work so hard to deliver your favourite experiences, and we thought we’d create a snazzy little info graphic detailing some of the popular deal trends we’ve noticed among our fans across the UK. Enjoy!

 


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St. George’s Day – Did you know…

Today marks St. George’s Day, the celebration of a man best known as the patron saint of England. The occasion is traditionally accepted as the anniversary of Saint George’s death in AD 303, and one that is famed for the medieval tale of dragon-slaying and rescuing an innocent maiden from death. Whether that dragon existed or not, we’ll leave to you to decide.

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