Swackett Fun Fact: Thought to bring good luck, black eyed peas are consumed all around the country on New Year’s Eve.
Swackett Fun Fact: The first New Year’s Eve ball dropping celebration atop One Times Square was held in 1907.
Swackett Fun Fact: Commissioned by Sir Henry cole, British illustrator John calcite Horsley invented the first Christmas card in 1843.
Swackett Fun Fact: In the first week, a Christmas tree in your home will consume as much as a quart of water per day.
Swackett Fun Fact: A Yule log is an enormous log that is typically burned during the 12-Days of Christmas; yule means revolution which symbolizes the cyclical return of the sun, a burning log is said to offer health, fertility, and luck.
Swackett Fun Fact: in 1962, the first Christmas postage stamp was issued in the United States.
Swackett Fun Fact: Thomas Edison’s assistant, Edward Johnson, came up with the idea of electric lights for Christmas trees in 1882.
Swackett® and 20th Century Fox are partnering to bring Swackett users exclusive access to smart, weather-aware clothing recommendations based on Michael “Mike” Thurmeier’s animated film “Ice Age: Collision Course”, which opens in theaters on July 22, 2016.
Starting today, Swackett users will have the opportunity to enable the Ice Age: Collision Course artwork (Swackett peeps) as Manny, Diego, and Sid join up with Buck to fend off a meteor strike that would destroy the world.
Swackett Fun Fact: Norwegian scientists have hypothesized that Rudolph’s red nose is probably the result of a parasitic infection of his respiratory system.
Swackett Fun Fact: Most of Santa’s reindeer have male-sounding names, such as Blitizen, Comet, and Cupid. However, male reindeers shed their antlers around Christmas, so the reindeer pulling Santa’s sleigh are likely not male, but female or castrati.