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Pringles 'ringles' are a thing of beauty, physics

What do you do with a can of Pringles? Eating them is so passé.

The "Pringle ringle" is all the rage.

Jane Epenson, for those who don't know her, is a writer for "Once Upon a Time" and "Buffy the Vampire Slayer."

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She apparently is also a Pringles engineer in her spare time.

According to a tweet, Epenson used physics to build a ring of Pringles, no glue needed. 

But the feat isn't anything new. 

YouTube videos on how to make a ring of potato crisps (don't call them chips) in a few easy steps date back about three years.

What do you do with the Pringles after the ringle is complete?

Espenson has the answer:

No one knows for sure if this photo shows Tom Hanks or Bill Murray

A photo taken in 2013 is regaining attention online as internet users try to figure out whether Tom Hanks or Bill Murray appears in the picture.

He met Bill Murray.Submitted by: Laura R.Location: St. Andrew’s, ScotlandPosted by Reasons My Son Is Crying on Sunday, May 19, 2013

The photo, posted in May 2013, was uploaded by Laura DiMichele-Ross on a Facebook page titled "Reasons My Son Is Crying," which features funny photos of DiMichele-Ross's son and other children crying.

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DiMichele-Ross indicated in the photo's caption that her son met comedian Bill Murray in Scotland, but Facebook users aren't so sure.

"Is that Bill Murray? It looks like Tom Hanks," one man commented.

"Totally thought that was Tom Hanks," a woman wrote.

Dozens of other people believed the man to be Hanks too.

But according to DiMichele-Ross, "It's totally Bill."

"I can vouch cause I'm the one in the photo with the massive grin thinking, 'Oh my god, this is going to be an awesome photo," she wrote.

One commenter may have confirmed that Murray is the celebrity in the photo, noting that Hanks appeared on Broadway in May 2013 while working on "Lucky Guy."

WATCH: President Obama reads 'Mean Tweets,' slams Trump on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

In a Monday night appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," President Barack Obama gave the show's popular "Mean Tweets" segment another go – and took a jab at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in the process.

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Justin Bieber walks off stage when he's booed for asking fans to stop screaming

The roar of the crowd is often something that's celebrated by pop singers, but that was not the case for Justin Bieber.

During the Manchester, England, stop of his Purpose Tour the singer had enough of his fan's loud cheering.

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A fan posted video on Twitter showing the moment Bieber expressed frustration to his fans about their cheering during breaks between songs.

"The screaming during these breaks has got to stop," Bieber said. "Please and thank you."

The cheers turn into boos and Bieber seems to be over it. He drops his mic and walks off stage and fans begin chanting for him to come back.

The same fan also tweeted a video of the singer explaining why he walked off stage.

"I traveled across the whole world to come here," Bieber said. "I dedicate my life to this. I dedicate my life to performing. I dedicate my life to trying to bring smiles to people's faces and I feel like people just aren't giving me the same respect and that just kind of hurts me a little bit, so that's all."

Bieber also said he appreciated his fans for coming to the show.

This is not the first time Bieber has called out his fans for screaming and cheering.

He walked off stage during a concert in Norway in October 2015 when fans spilled water on stage and tried to yank a towel from Bieber when he tried to wipe it up.

During an acoustic performance, last year in Spain, he asked that his fans clap on beat.

"If you're going to clap, at least clap on beat," he said.

Here's hoping Bieber and his Beliebers can find a happy medium.

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