Welcome to the innocent webnews // 17th June 2016 // issue #181
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Chain of Good Peru
the chain of good
Your daily routine goes like this: get up, brush your teeth, get dressed, pop down the shops, buy an innocent smoothie, take a moment to surrender your senses to a taste experience like no other, get on with your day. But what you might not have realised is that when you buy one of our smoothies, you're starting a chain of good. We donate 10% of our profits to charity, and most of that money goes to the innocent foundation who help people all over the world (like Ravelina in Peru and Joseph in Uganda). By buying our stuff, you've sparked a chain of events that's changed somebody's life forever, and you didn't even know it. So, thank you. Unsung heroes, the lot of you.
I am your father
a day for dads
Dad's don't usually like a fuss, but, as it's Father's Day on Sunday, we thought they deserved a mention. Without them, we'd have no idea how the cricket was scored, which plants we could put in our hanging baskets or how to successfully dodge the washing up. We'd have had no one to teach us terrible jokes, slip us a tenner when mum wasn't looking or give us a lift home from the roller disco. So thanks dad - without you we'd be scuppered. But probably a lot more proficient with a screwdriver.
Hannah and phone, reunited
drinker of the week
We recently encouraged people to leave technology behind for a couple of days and join us in the woods. Sadly, Hannah took this a little too literally and managed to leave without her phone. Not only was she upset that she couldn't plug back into modern life, she was extra sad as the phone was covered in pictures of her cats. Thankfully, anything cat-covered catches our eye immediately so we spotted it while we were packing up. One quick trip to Fruit Towers later and Hannah and phone were reunited. Happy days.
inside fruit towers
The other day, Sim was working from home when a pigeon flew down the chimney and into her bedroom. Sim reacted to the sight of the winged intruder like any reasonable adult would, and promptly ran out into the street screaming "THERE'S A PIGEON IN MY ROOM." Luckily, a passer-by heard the ruckus and offered to help. Having effortlessly gathered the offending pigeon in his hoodie, the heroic stranger carried it outside and released it into the air, like a slightly dirty dove at a wedding. Sim is still pretty traumatised but happy that her home is bird-free once more.
and finally
beer in the sea   high five denied   we're still football
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