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No, we're not insulting the fish.
It literally has a penis on its head.
Not like on top, like some sort of perverted unicorn sent down to pleasure/terrorize mankind.
The penis hangs under its chin.
But wait, it gets weirder.
For the lover of freaky things in your life!
Behold! A wondrous creation in homage to magical, mystical, beloved creature. These … are unicorn poop cookies. They are colorful. They are scrumptious. You're friends will love them until they figure out what they are called and then get slightly unnerved for the hottest of seconds.
But we think they are MARVELOUS! And if you agree, here is the recipe:
3/4 cup shortening
1 cup sugar
1/2 tsp. lemon flavoring or 1 tsp. vanilla
2 1/2 cups of flour
1 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. salt
Disco Dust, Rainbow
Wilton's Sparkle Gel, white
Food Coloring, Standard + Neon
Mix well shorting, sugar eggs and flavoring, Blend flour, baking powder and salt; stir in. Before you put in the fridge, separate and color pieces of dough into any color your heart desires. Just make sure their is variety! Chill for an hour. Then, take the dough out, roll them out like snakes (think of preschool) and make lines of dough one right next to the other. (Make sure surface is floured!) Now, mold them into a poop shape - you heard us - and pop them into the oven! Viola, instant unicorn defecation!
You know you're going to try this!
Check out more detailed instructions on how to make unicorn poop cookies HERE!
Divorces are like unicorns to Kris Humphries: he doesn't believe in either of them.
But sadly, unlike unicorns, divorces DO exist in real life and he's having a hard time coming to grips with his own — mostly because he was blindsided by Kim filing this morning. We hear he's been telling friends he wanted to save the marriage and that all of the cheating is just a bunch of lies.
Also, we're hearing he's pretty "bummed" about it now that he knows she went and filed.
Chin up, Kris! Who knows what the next 72 days has in store for you??
PS — We wish unicorns existed! So majestic!! Ha
[Image via WENN.]
The Arabian oryx is a type of antelope that was on the verge of extinction but, due to a reintroduction program, was brought back from the brink.
Oryx were gathered from around the globe and were sent to Pheonix, Arizona due to the quality zoo there as well as the fact that it has a similar environment to the middle east.
There they were mated for years until their numbers grew. Then they were released into the wild of Saudi Arabia.
There were as few as 200 oryx in the world at one point, and now there are over 8,000.
The oryx is supposedly the source of the unicorn legend because their horns can break off, leaving behind a skull with one horn on it.
A man involved in the oryx program said:
"It's too early to call this a complete success, but from all indications, it is going in the right direction."
Yay! Welcome back oryx!
[Image via AP Images.]
Seven new forest mouse species have come out of hiding on Luzon, the largest island of the Philippines, researchers announced Monday.
Observations of each mouse's morphology as well as genetics suggest the seven newbies are part of a new subgenus called Megapomys, which is part of the genus Apomys. These mice are relatively large, weighing less than a half pound tails that are as long as, or slightly shorter, than the length of the animal's body and head.
"It is extraordinary that so many new species of mammals remain to be discovered in the Philippines, And we are nowhere close to the end of our discoveries. The Philippines may have the greatest concentration of unique species of animals of any country in the world,"
according to Danilo Balete, leader of the project's field team.
There's hoping they discover a dragon or a unicorn next!
Photo: Velizar Simeonovski, The Field Museum
The Arabian Oryx, whose distinctive horns are widely believed to have given rise to the unicorn legend, is back from the brink of extinction in the deserts of the Arabian peninsula.
About 1,000 of the wild
Oryx unicorn now exist owing to nearly three decades of successful breeding, the Swiss-based International Union for Conservation of Nature said Thursday.
Somewhere out there Ke$ha is totally excited for her most fav animal…. she's probs a little also drunk.
Unicorns coming back from extinction gives us hope that Dean Cain might someday reappear!
[Image via thirdage.com.]