FOR THOSE WHO LIVE DANGEROUSLY
What a brilliant idea!! I'm tempted to give it a try!
I'm so happy, I saw the original!
That would be something to see!
hmmm, i haven't seen any recently- and the last one I saw was a boy, and he was rather grumpy. but whatever! and it would be foolish to keep a unicorn in NYC- imagine how hard it would be to get your superintendent to allow one, and how big your pooper scooper would have to be!
oh my god i LOVE that!! you don't see anything like that where I live. . . .
lmao that's awesome! XD
My sister absolutely loved this. She was actually disappointed it wasn't real.
Jin ai your lucky! I did this for a current event in my web design class my teacher fabin (who is insane and would fit in with the irregulars love her!) probably thinks I'm crazy!
Wow! It would be great to put these up around school. Haha. :D
It's not original to me, but here's our line for the day:"As last thoughts go, 'Unicorns are real' isn't bad."Robert in San Diego, where upon closer inspection the would-be Coatimundis I'd seen raiding my trashcans turned out to be morbidly obese raccoons with attitude problems.
morbidly obese raccoons with attitude problems? i guess it could definitely be worse. they coulda also been rabid, or mutants. or they coulda been ninja-like klepto burglar skunks with lethal claws and attitude problems. or maybe hippos. hmmm
Did you hear, the poe toaster didn't show up this year. But that was all the way back in January. You didn't post about it.
Dear Anonymous:I'd not willingly get close enough to sumo-wrestling raccoons with teeth to find out whether or not they're rabid.Oh, and yeah, hippos can mess you up too. Or they can just give you a very nasty mess to clean up.Robert in San Diego
Ah, a single idea benefiting the community, how grand.I really want to call that number...
i can't believe so many people went along with this. its an amazing idea.check out the website: http://www.missingunicorn.com/
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