Utilising our Symbian printed calendar today, I noticed its refers to Croissant day on the 31st January. It made me realise that I’d not had any breakfast, but that’s another matter entirely!
So I thought I’d google it, as you do, and I’m quite shocked to find out that they aren’t French in origin, they’re from Austria! (So food historians say). Apparently the Kipferl is the mighty Croissants ancestor. Not that I mind, both are equally as delish.
That being said, I also noticed that Croissant day is the 30th January according to the time and day website, not the 31st as our calendar states.
Shock horror; can it be true, that we “Symbian” have mislead our very own customers as to when they should consume their beloved Croissants?
Fear not, as much as it’s not really possible to update our printed calendar, we have now informed you that you can consume the croissant on both the 30th and the 31st January. So why not drop us a line if you see any other mistakes (assuming Rachael doesn’t spot them first!) or should you want a calendar to find a mistake email: you missed one reference Calendar with your name and address and well pop one in the post to you.
And look on the bright side, thankfully our design team chose Croissant day. . . the 1st February is work naked day! Dear lord the mind boggles!
(Taken from: Time and Date )
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