Richard Osman has shared more details about his joke series of polls which caught the nation's attention.
It started as a series of quirkly surveys, such as asking which would win the World Cup of chocolate or the World Cup of crisps.
But it caught fire on the internet, and now, the presenter, who shot to fame on BBC One show Pointless, has published a book called The World Cup Of Everything.
It adds a whole series of competitions to the mix.
In an interview with Paul Ross and Carole Malone, Osman explained why he had taken it on himself to do it.
"I've created a book so you can do this at home with your family," he said.
"There's a World Cup of biscuits in there, a World Cup of sweets, there's loads of different ones in there.
"I've drawn them all together."
Watch the interview above.