17 Happy Facts To Make Your Day A Little Bit Brighter
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17 Happy Facts To Make Your Day A Little Bit Brighter

Let's chase those blues away.

17 Happy Facts To Make Your Day A Little Bit Brighter

Did you know that smiling can actually make you happier? Some days make it harder to find something positive to smile about than others. Bad news seems to get more attention than the good stuff, which can make the world seem like a pretty negative place. Hopefully, these facts will put a smile on your face and help you regain some hope in humanity.

1. There will always be something new for you to try, no matter how old you get.

2. The Beatles used the word "love" in their music 613 times.

3. Just like our fingers, no two dog nose prints are the same.

4. In the Indian village of Piplantri, every time a little girl is born 111 trees are planted in her honor.

5. If dogs aren't their thing, visually impaired people can have miniature horses guide them around.

6. The Space Jam website is exactly the same today as it was in 1996.

7. All of the sweaters Mr. Rogers wore on his show were knitted by his mother.

8. Every year, the Netherlands sends thousands of tulips to Canada thanking them for their help during WWII.

9. Otters hold hands while they sleep so they don't float away from each other.

10. The voices of Spongebob and Karen are married in real life.

11. A cat named Stubbs was mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska from 1998 to 2017.

12. Hundreds of new trees are planted each year because squirrels forget where they buried their nuts.

13. There are eight libraries for every McDonald's in the United States.

14. Nils Olav, a penguin, was knighted in Norway.

15. A group of hedgehogs is called a prickle.

16. Inmates are given cats to help with rehabilitation at a prison in Washington.

17. And somewhere out there, someone is having the best day of their life.

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