“Diaper backward spells repaid. Think about it.” – Marshall McLuhan
If progress and new inventions in society have taught us anything, it’s that some of the seemingly craziest ideas ended up being brilliant and part of our daily, social fabric.
History has also taught us that some of the best ideas came from the least expected sources – proving that you don’t need a college degree or special status to come up with real “game changers.”
If you are a Cheetos enthusiast (or you just smoke a s***ton of weed), then you are likely to have enjoyed a bag or twenty of Frito Lay’s Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. (Unless you’re just a pussy, but that’s a different conversation for a different time).
The Flamin’ Hot line of Cheetos are killer and you can thank a man named Richard Montanez for coming up with this awesome recipe.
Far from an advertising and marketing exec, this man cleaned toilets for the Frito Lays headquarters. That is until he proposed the idea of making Cheetos wickedly hot. This mere suggestion changed the entire course of his life.
Here’s Montanez’ story, proving that great ideas and success can come in many forms when you least expect it.
What would you feel if one day you wake up and realize that you have become a meme?
Andras Arato tells a story of how he became a world known meme “Hide The Pain Harold.” Andras Arato is a 73-year old Hungarian electrical engineer, DJ at the local radio, stock photography model.
Learn more about his story here
Battle of the Waiters
James and “Men in Black: International” star Chris Hemsworth head to The Northall in London for a battery of tests to see who is the better restaurant employee. From greeting guests to serving food, Chris and James create a dining experience no patron that day will ever forget.