How It Works

What On Earth Is It? – #11

Secondly this month we have this. Mmmmmmmm! Giant chocolate coin…

Anyway, if you think you know what it really is, or – even better – you have a hilariously silly concept of what it might be (but definitely isn’t), drop us a line and get your suggestion printed in the magazine next month.

Now orbiting planet Clueranus: I bet your ‘elevation’ will soon transform into ‘depression’ when you learn the ‘astronomical’ price of this chocolate coin.




  • Bill

    It’s the reverse side of an beautiful ornate Astrolabe

  • Don Knight

    You might need a Prince’s fortune to buy this ancient Persian Astrolabe and with it you can use it to find your way if the batteries in your GPS die.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Astrolabe-Persian-18C.jpg

  • Hannah E.

    A super, complex time-machine!

  • Farzaan Malik

    The entrance to the chamber of secrets where you have to speak parseltoung!

  • Arron

    Ancient greek map

  • Andreas

    An object of museum

  • Will Rendall

    Some kind of massive emblem or something?