What do we think of the new color shifting beverage Starbucks recently introduced? Why are some people in California painting phallic symbols on the street? On this episode, we’re back to outdo each other with stories taken from the news. Whose stories are going to be more legendary? Find out on our latest edition of Trading Legendary Stories!
The interweb is unbelievable, at 8 years old you can learn how to drive and take your sister to McDonald’s. -Christopher Lochhead
- A findom: A woman on Snapchat who has fans that get off on being pressured and belittled into giving up their money.
- Biodegradable, edible water blobs, an eco-friendly alternative to water bottles. http://mashable.com/2014/04/14/ooho-water-bottle-blob/#iJkEqu0FUsq7.
- There’s a guy catching marathon cheaters from the comfort of his own home. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-39584495
At the start of this episode, we talked about how a Burger King ad backfired, as well as license plate flippers. Next, we talked about ephemeral ink tattoos, and how physicists have created negative mass. We also shared on the man who caught a marathon cheater, potholes in Oregon and the shrimp named after Pink Floyd.
We also talked about
- A financial dominatrix on Snapchat
- People walkers and what category they belong to
- A boy who learned to drive on YouTube
- The Dodge Challenger SRT Demon
Where there’s category design, there’s also needless problem design. How would you consider the innovations we discussed on this episode? The findom, the Unicorn frappuccino, and the edible water bob are all new things that have been announced recently, and these are just the beginning. The interwebs are powerful, the American muscle car is having a great time, marathon cheaters will be caught, and if you want a human walker, go to LA.