BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty has the most hilarious hack to complete a Rubik’s Cube.
So, basically, we have been doing it all wrong.
Naga’s hack comes after Rubik’s Cube World Cup Winner Chris Mills appeared on the BBC show, where he completed the puzzle in eight seconds.
Appearing via video link host Dan Walker asked him: ‘Chris, talk me through your method.
‘What are you thinking about while you’re doing that? Is it just a learned process, or what?’
‘For me, now that was all just muscle memory,’ he replied.
‘I could basically do that in my sleep.’
Taking to Twitter to share a clip of Chris in action, Naga tweeted: ‘I completed it once… (I did break the pieces apart and put it back together- but that counts yes?’
We are not sure that does count, Naga.
The presenter’s co-stars were quick to comment on her hack, as Matt Taylor replied: ‘So you!’
While Dan had a tip of his own as he added: ‘I scraped the stickers off and re-glued them.’
BBC Breakfast viewers also commented on Naga’s post, with one commenting: ‘I took one apart are reassembled it to make my mum think I was smart and she spun it around to mix it up and said “Show me again”. You couldn’t fool her.’
Another said: ‘Me too, and the second time I completed it… I peeled the stickers off and swapped them around.. the cube never worked the same again after that though.’
‘I completed it the exact same way, (isn’t that the only way,’ one added.
BBC Breakfast airs weekdays at 6am on BBC One.
Credit: Original article published here.