The Cleveland AAF (American Advertising Federation), in a bid to be clever about drawing attention to canned food donations, set up a competition to see who could build the best castle of canned goods. The castles were to later be deconstructed and donated to local food banks. Melamed Riley, in a bid to be clever about building a castle of canned goods, built a White Castle of canned goods and won. Not only is that 400 cans that wound up donated to charity also there has now been a White Castle replica made of cans. We can cross that one off our bucket list as a species.