11 Toast-Worthy Moments In History

So many amazing things have happened throughout the course of human history. Too many to list, frankly. Here is a random sample of momentous events that’ll make you want to grab a Nestlé Drumstick and raise it high!

1. The Moon Landing, 1969

Incredibly toast-worthy.

2. The First Video Game Invented, 1971

The first coin-operated video game, Computer Space, was launched in 1971. It was followed the next year by the more popular Pong.

3. Ice Cream Invented, 600 AD

The Chinese created the first ice cream-like food around 600 AD - it contained ice, buffalo milk, flour and camphor. Nice work!

4. Cavemen Build The First Fire, 400,000 BC

Archeologists believe Homo Erectus built the first controlled fires roughly 400,000 years ago.

5. First Airplane Flight, 1903

Orville and Wilbur Wright piloted the world’s first airplane on December 17, 1903. Great job, guys!

6. Ferdinand Magellan Sails Around The Globe, 1522

The Portuguese explorer’s voyage took three years, from 1519 to 1522.

7. Egyptian Pyramids Completed, 2,500 BC

Archeologists believe the Giza Pyramids were built in a span of 85 years between 2589 and 2504 BC. Congratulations on a job well done!

8. Summer Break Becomes Law, 1840's

American students used to have one long school schedule that ran year-round. In the mid-1840s, school reformers pushed to give students a break to avoid overstimulation and let rural students help on the farm. Thanks!

9. Kobayashi Sets The Hot Dog Eating Record, 2001

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The diminutive Takeru Kobayashi set the record in 2001 when he ate 50 hot dogs in 12 minutes.

10. Jonas Salk Develops The Polio Vaccine, 1955

The first polio vaccine was released to the public on April 12, 1955.

11. The Telephone Invented, 1876

The first telephone was patented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876. Phones are the best!

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