One by one, we are slowly unravelling the mysteries of the universe.
But some things look destined to remain an enigma for all eternity.
Take this mysterious package to chef Gary Usher for example – who appeared rather chuffed but admittedly confused.
Restaurateur Gary Usher, famed for his famously blunt responses to moany Trip Advisor reviews, runs a string of award-winning restaurants in the northwest of England.
He opened Kala, his new bistro in Manchester in 2018, to much acclaim – but not everyone was impressed.
Ahead of its opening, journalist Emily Heward shared a photo of the menu, and received a fairly blunt response dubbing it “try hard.”
The non-expert went on to claim that the venue would only last nine months tops.
They tweeted: “Pumpkin seed puree, salsa matcha, smoked mussel cream… Menu all over the place, trying very hard. 9 months tops. Sorry. Review over.”
But it doesn’t take a genius to do the maths and realise that the restaurant has now clearly survived beyond this point.
Today, Gary was baffled to receive some loo roll in the post – with this man’s original tweet on it.
Gary shared a photo of the loo roll on Twitter, where he explained: “A few years ago before we opened Kala a guy responded to a lovely post about our menu saying it was try-hard & we’d only last nine months.
“This bog roll with his tweet printed on it arrived for me at Burnt truffle today so I can wipe my arse with it. No note no idea who sent it.”
His tweet left people in stitches, as one person joked: “Forget toilet roll, this is toilet troll.”
Another commented: “Truly, whomever sent it to you was a scholar.”
A third added: “Excellent people around you.”