Despite their small appearance, these balls are usually quite energetic.

Despite their small appearance, these balls are usually quite energetic.

While these balls can look small they’re usually quite energy dense
✔️They can provide a convenient on the go snack
✖️The size means you’ll probably eat them real quick. Eating the equivalent in whole foods (like on the right) means you’ll spend more time chewing, sending the message to your brain that you’ve had a satisfying snack
✖️Use of honeys, syrups and a decent amount of dried fruit can push the sugar content undesirably high. This ball had the equivalent of 4.5tsp of sugar, mostly from honey
✔️Have occasionally or make your own so you can control the ingredients

Move over, big headlines, and make way for the lighter side of news reporting! Today, we’re diving into the wonderful world of quirky stories that make us chuckle and shake our heads in amusement.

Take, for example, the recent story of a mischievous squirrel who caused chaos in a small town by stealing all the acorns from the local park. Witnesses reported seeing the furry bandit darting around with cheeks full of nuts, leaving a trail of empty shells in its wake. Talk about a nutty situation!

Or how about the tale of a man who accidentally sent his cat to the dry cleaners instead of his laundry? In a classic case of mistaken identity, the poor feline emerged from the cleaning cycle looking fluffier than ever. Hopefully, it won’t happen again – after all, cats have nine lives, but they probably don’t want to use one up in the spin cycle.

These stories may not make front-page news, but they certainly bring a smile to our faces in a world filled with serious headlines. Sometimes, a little bit of silliness is just what we need to brighten our day and remind us that laughter truly is the best medicine. So here’s to the odd, the absurd, and the downright hilarious – long may they reign in the world of news reporting!

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