I’ll be hornswoggled

Guy in N’Hampsha says he wants to sell two unicorns:

We are selling 2 purebred unicorns. Male is 3 years old named Pagasus. Female is 5 years old and named Daisy. Price of $930,000 USD is per unicorn.

“Pagasus”?

Oh, and he’s not above blowing his own horn, so to speak:

We are the only fully licensed unicorn breeder in North America, and are NUBAA certified.

A quick Googlage of “NUBAA” turns up the Northwestern University Black Alumni Association, which is obviously even more diverse than we thought.

This, however, makes me ever-so-slightly suspicious:

We also offer unicorn eggs for purchase.

Eggs? Is there something Twilight Sparkle isn’t telling me?

(Via the Daily Dot.)







6 comments

  1. McGehee »

    5 December 2013 · 7:07 am

    They need to offer them through Amazon. They won’t sell there either, but the reviews would be a hoot.

    “One unicorn egg makes seven omelets and (not or, AND) three large cakes or a batch of waffles big enough to feed the entire West Point Corps of Cadets. Which is surprising since it’s no bigger than a Grade AA large hen’s egg.”

  2. fillyjonk »

    5 December 2013 · 7:23 am

    Eggs?

    “My Little Monotreme: Primitive Mammals Are Magic”

    I’m willing to bet the “unicorns,” if they have actual existence, are goats with one horn sawed off.

  3. CGHill »

    5 December 2013 · 7:33 am

    The critters pictured at the link are decidedly non-goatlike.

  4. fillyjonk »

    5 December 2013 · 8:05 am

    Eh, it’s the selling-stuff version of an online dating profile. Objects not as depicted….

  5. Jasmine »

    5 December 2013 · 10:08 am

    It does not mean Northwestern University Black Alumni Association, it clearly means the National Unicorn Breeding Association of America

  6. CGHill »

    5 December 2013 · 11:41 am

    Well, of course. But the Northwestern grads clearly have the top of this acronym covered, Google-wise.

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