We all know the feeling of opening up a bag of chips and seeing just how little chips we’re getting. Sure, manufacturers put air into bags to protect breakage, but it’s hard not to feel duped. Over in South Korea, some kids did a fun little experiment to prove how much air we’re getting with our potato chips.
A group of South Korean college students…used a raft made of unopened potato chip packets to traverse Seoul’s main river.
Two male students crossed the Han River on a boat made with 160 unopened bags of potato chips bound together near 0.8-mile-long Jamsil Bridge in the city’s east.
They’re lucky no one got hungry and ate the boat.
(H/T Wall Street Journal)