Monday, April 19, 2010

Magic In Every Bite!


Just came across this via lostateminor. As they explain it:
"As greater focus has turned to sustainable, ethical meat, unicorns are starting to make sense as a protein source for humans. Unlike other meats, unicorns become more tender as they reach the end of their natural lifespan, so the meat is harvested only after they’ve died of natural causes. Guilt free meat full of sparkles, giggles, rainbows."
It brightened up my night :)

6 comments:

JJ Beazley said...

As a vegetarian, I agree. But isn't there some connection between unicorns and virgins? Sounds hazardous.

Ciara said...

LOL! Not what I was expecting! Still wouldn't feel right, would it?

Thank you for your sweet comment on mine. Yes, broodiness is a terrible thing. Look at me! Four! I never would have imagined...

And on another note, if they are Volcano Sunsets we've been having, how fantabulous is that!

C x

Róisín said...

JJ- Kinda looks hazardous too, don’t you think?

Ciara- Thanks for stopping by! Ever since I started this blogging carry on I’ve been popping over to your place for a wee nosy every week. I think your’s was actually the first that I became a follower of and it’s still one of my favourites. It really is a beautiful little corner of the web. Oh, and the broody thing has hit me like a ton of bricks lately :) All my female friends seem to be the same too. Must be our age. My fiance seems to there’s plenty of time but I’m starting to hear some ticking!

Julie said...

Unicorn meat? Erm - I don't think so. As Ciara says, it wouldn't feel right.

Róisín said...

No, I suppose it wouldn't really feel right. Even worse than lamb even. But, then again, it is an excellent source of sparkles!

The Pixie Knoll said...

This is hilarious! I'm glad I checked back...as I would have hated to miss this one. Too funny. It definitely put a smile on my face. hahaha

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