Why didn't you think of this /biz/?
>An idea dreamed up out of thin air appears to be earning one businessman some serious money. British entrepreneur Leo De Watts, 27, has made thousands of dollars selling bottles of British country air to Chinese buyers, but the price alone -- £80 ($115) per bottle -- could knock the wind out of many customers.De Watts says the 580 ml (about 20 oz) glass jars have been flying out the door, many headed for pollution-plagued Chinese cities such as Beijing and Shanghai.
guy in canada did it do, labelled regular air, and premium rocky mountain air. You know those chinks like status symbols, they spray that shit in their living room like febreeze.
Yeah sure the guy is making a good buck.
So the general theme of these kinds of things is to make something bizarre and out of left field, right?
Like that potato salad guy on Kickstarter. Once a few people hop on board, blogs and """"news"""" sites get hold of it to write clickbait, it goes viral and even more people hop on board for the "lolsorandum" factor. Seems simple enough. Why haven't any of us thought of one of these yet?
Years back on youtube (when you could vote with stars), there was some video of an American hippy chick giving a presentation for this exact business. She was pitching to an audience of investors, stating that the bottles would contain "positive ions" from some of the worlds most beautiful places. Was going to sell them on her own website.
The audience started heckling her. She seemed too stoned to care.
is that the eternal anglo that /pol/ keeps going on about?
>it's called "Aethaer"
HOLY FUCKING MEME MAGIC
JUST HOW DOES THIS KEEP HAPPENING!
HOW IS MEME MAGIC REAL?