Looking for something new for your diet? Unicorn meat is real. An excellent source of sparkles. Rick Bite Unicorns, as we all know, frolic all over the world, pooping rainbows and marshmallows wherever they go.
What you don’t know is that when unicorns reach the end of their lifespan, they are drawn to County Meath, Ireland. The Sisters at Radiant Farms have dedicated their lives to nursing these elegant creatures through their final days. Taking a cue from the Kobe beef industry, they massage each unicorn’s coat with Guinness daily and fatten them on a diet comprised entirely of candy corn. As the unicorn ages, its meat becomes fatty and marbled and the living bone in the horn loses density in a process much like osteoporosis.
The folks at Radiant Farms are confident you will find a world of bewilderment in every mouthful of scrumptious unicorn meat.
Unfortunately, due to restrictions on the importation of mythical processed meatstuff, they are unable to bring you Canned Unicorn Meat in the way the Sisters of Radiant Farms intended. When you open your can, you will find one tiny unicorn which has been appropriately sliced into its main cuts of meat. Simply use your Growth Ray to re-embiggen the unicorn before skinning it and processing its flesh.
Okay, what you really get is a dismembered, plush, Unicorn, packaged in a can that looks just a bit like Spam. For fifteen bucks it’s a great gag gift for older teens or adults, or a perfect way to permanently psychologically scar young children who still believe in magic. You can get it from Amazon.