Ma Yu Ching’s Bucket Chicken House in Kaifeng, China is considered the world’s oldest operating restaurant, first opening in 1153 AD during the Jing Dynasty.
A company called Pro-Teq has created a solution that makes pavement glow in the dark. It is environmentally friendly and could save a lot of money.
There’s a company in Switzerland called Algordanza that will turn your ashes into a diamond for your family. The color of the diamond is determined by all kinds of factors, however diamonds made from people that had gone through Chemo are usually distinctively a lighter color than the rest.
After racking up a $40 late fee on a VHS copy of Apollo 13, Reed Hastings was inspired to start Netflix.
A Chinese Billionaire is selling canned air in China to highlight the country’s pollution problems. The air is collected and compressed in soda cans from “revolutionary regions” around the country.
The first pizzeria in the US opened in 1905 and still runs till this day, it even offered $0.05 Pizza’s for its 100th Birthday.
McDonald’s in 2008 saved $278,850,000 by removing one of the two slices of cheese from the McDouble/Double cheeseburger.
Japan’s travel agency has begun offering holidays for stuffed toys. For between $20 and $55 you can send you favorite stuffed animal on a fabulous vacation! Travelogues are uploaded to Facebook, where the owners can follow what activities their stuffed animals are up to.
Coca-Cola cancelled a Canadian promotion that paired randomly generated English and French words inside bottle caps after a woman got one that said “You Retard.”