4 years ago1,000+ Views
In 1966, Fredric Baur came up with a way for Proctor & Gamble to sell chips in a can rather than a bag. He was so proud of his invention - rightfully so, since the Pringles can has become one of the most recognizable packaging shapes in the world - that he asked his children to bury his ashes in a Pringles can. On the way to the funeral house, his children stopped at a Walgreens and picked up a can of original flavored Pringles.
Sounds legit!
4 years ago·Reply
sour cream flavor yummy!
4 years ago·Reply
@GuzmanDiaz haha I'd be proud if I invented something so revolutionary too. @oj1992 that's my favorite as well ;)
4 years ago·Reply