If you're not a fan of at least one flavor or brand of potato chip, there might be something wrong with you. These little morsels of salty crunchiness, perfect when paired with sandwiches or lonely depressive nights, would not have been if not for the vindictive actions of one George Crum in 1853. According to legend, while working as a chef at Moon Lake Lodge in Saratoga Springs, New York, Crum grew weary of a customer’s complaint about soggy fried potatoes. In retaliation, Crum sliced up some potatoes as thin as possible, fried them, and then caked them with salt, so as to annoy the unnamed customer and have hopes of him not returning. To Crum's amazement, the patron loved them. A few years later in 1860, Crum opened his own restaurant, “Crumbs House”, and served tater chips on every table.