Plaques usually mark places of great importance or commemorate their significance to humanity.
The moon landing, the Kennedy assassination and now there’s one marking the spot where the first couple shared their first kiss.
The plaque placed outside a strip mall in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago marks the site of the 1989 kiss on the corner of Dorchester and 53rd streets.
The President treated the first lady to ice cream at a Baskin-Robbins in the mall, which is now a Subway restaurant.
According to the plaque, the two sat on the curb while they ate their ice cream.
The President says he kissed her, and it tasted like chocolate.You just know that one day this plaque will make someone’s scavenger hunt list.