15 Wholesome Facts
1. Sea otters hold hands when they sleep so they don't drift apart.
2. The voices of Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse got married in real life.
3. Mr. Rogers' sweaters were all knitted by his mom.
4. Libraries outnumber McDonald's in the United States by a ratio of 8:1.
5. There are more trees on Earth than there are stars in the Milky Way galaxy.
6. Babies don't smile because they're happy, they smile because they like the happy reaction from their parents.
7. Oftentimes an octopus heart will skip a beat when they see their potential mate.
8. The Beatles used the word "love" 613 times in their songs.
9. Squirrels plant thousands of new trees each year by forgetting where they put their acorns.
10. A group of bunnies is called a "fluffle".
11. Smiling actually lowers stress, whether you're faking it or not.
12. Cuddling with someone you love is scientifically proven to increase happiness.
13. We are all made of stardust.
14. Happiness levels are about 50% genetic, 10% circumstance, and about 40% choice.
15. For the ancient Greeks, happiness was a civic virtue that required a lifetime of cultivation.
When we would cruise through the mall back in the ’00s, we would hit up American Eagle, Hot Topic and Wet Seal. All that shopping would tire us out, and we wouldn’t pass up making a snack stop at Auntie Anne’s for a mouthwatering butter-glazed pretzel.
In honor of their 30th birthday, they’ve launched a pretzel themed clothing line that’s got all the mall nostalgia you could ever need. Auntie Ann partnered up with six different artists for it’s new For the Love of Pretzels collection, including all kinds of adorable accessories and apparel such as hoodies, tees, and totes.
It gets even better though. All the profits made from the collection will go to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, that raises funds for children with cancer. Fans can now show their love of Auntie Anne’s while contributing to an important cause at the same time.
The collection intentionally does not have brand written all over it, and every artist was encouraged to make pieces that they would want to wear themselves. The effort has already raised an entire $3.7 million to help fight childhood cancer. Who wouldn’t want to buy such awesome apparel?