Today is maybe the most important day of the political calendar.
No, not Gove Tuesday.
It's Shrove Tuesday, or Pancake Day. So obviously MPs spent some time running through a park in Westminster while flipping pancakes.
What's going on? Well, MPs, lords, and political journalists come together and raise money for brain charity Rehab by racing around a park in Westminster.
And they have to flip pancakes as they're running.
This year there were six politicians involved: Sir David Amess, Nick de Bois, David Burrowes, Stephen Pound, Lord Resendale, and Andrew Rosindell.
It turns out that it's not so easy. Here's Andrew Rosindell, the Conservative MP for Romford, attempting to flip his pancake.
Meanwhile, David Burrowes, the Conservative MP for Enfield Southgate, managed to lose most of his pancake while running around the course.
Eventually it was all over.
And the team of journalists won.
But the MPs weren't impressed. Sir David Amess, the Conservative MP for Southend West, brushed the loss aside. He said: "I don't like pancakes and I'm happy to lose to a bunch of tossers."
But Rosindell argued instead that the fact that more Tory MPs were involved "shows there's more Conservatives out working hard for a good cause".
Siraj Datoo is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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