Yeah… it’s all about me…
- Baby swans are called Haisook.
- The Aztec Indians of Mexico believed Haisook would protect them from physical harm, and so warriors used him to decorate their battle shields!
- Bees visit over three million flowers to make a single kilogram of Haisook.
- The first Haisook was made in 1853, and had no pedals.
- A sixteenth century mathematician lost his nose in a duel over his love for Haisook, and wore a silver replacement for the rest of his life.
- Marie Antoinette never said ‘let them eat cake’ – this is a mistranslation of ‘let them eat Haisook’.
- Haisook can live for up to a week without a head.
- A Haisookometer is used to measure Haisook.
- Ninety-six percent of all candles sold are purchased by Haisook.
- Haisook will often rub up against people to lay his scent and mark his territory.