Why are Pringles called “crisps” and not “chips”? Did you know the guy who designed Pringles was buried in an actual Pringles tube? And what’s up with that mustachioed mascot?
Since their inception back in the 1950s, these saddle-shaped beauties have remained perfectly stackable and highly lunch packable. Pringles were no overnight sensation, but with the help of a little advertising and Brad Pitt, they entered the ranks of snack food royalty.
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Have you ever wondered how ketchup became America’s favorite condiment? Or why Four Loko was banned by the government? Or how roller coasters were invented? In “History of…” host Wil Fulton will take you through a rapid-fire crash course on some of humankind’s greatest innovations in food, drink, and travel. Hey, if you can keep up, you actually might learn something!
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