27 Uplifting Facts That Prove Things Aren't Always That Bad
This one's for all my cinnamon rolls out there~
The voice actor for Mickey Mouse married the voice actor for Minnie Mouse.
The center of our galaxy tastes like raspberries and smells like rum.
Marie Curie tried to donate her Nobel Prize medals to the war effort during World War I.
Norway knighted a penguin, who lines guards up to inspect their uniforms.
J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis were best friends who inspired each other to write The Lord of the Rings and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe respectively.
Sheep can tell sad and happy faces apart, and would rather approach a happy-looking human.
Nikola Tesla was severely ill while at school and credits Mark Twain's books for his recovery. Later, they would become best friends.
Polar bears rub noses to communicate, especially if asking a favor or question.
Octopuses really do keep gardens!
The writer Samuel Beckett used to give rides to schoolchildren in this Irish countryside, where there were no buses.
Rats care for sick or lonely cats at a cat cafe in Brooklyn.
Ben and Jerry learned how to make ice cream from a $5 correspondence course from Penn State. They split the cost.
Shakespeare used to call hedgehogs "hedgepigs."
Bob Ross kept an alligator in his tub when he was a child because he wanted to nurse it back to health.
Dorothy Parker left her entire estate to Martin Luther King Jr. despite never having met him because she wanted to support the Civil Rights movement.
Disney used to have a hotline kids could call if they want to hear Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald or Daisy wish them goodnight.
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