The unicorn symbolizes the traits of purity and innocence, which is why everyone thinks it’s a mythical creature. Well, the joke’s on them, because unicorns are everywhere. Since today is National Unicorn Day, let’s celebrate with a look at some recent unicorn sightings.
1. Unicorns are known for their sleek coats, complete with cuffs.
This perky pig named Paul loves to play with his favorite toys, but he also likes to please his mommy by keeping his room clean. So when playtime is over, Paul picks up his toys in his mouth one by one and drops them into the toy box — even Mr. Monkey, who clearly doesn’t want to cooperate.
In what you may or may not consider to be bad news, I won’t be creating a prank page for April Fool’s Day this year. This is because April 1 will coincide with Easter Sunday, and I expect most readers will be offline. I apologize to anyone who was looking forward to it, and especially to Jingles, the Practical Joke Pig. Next year, Jingles.
Attention, skeptics! Bet you think you’re oh-so-clever with your so-called “facts” and “empirical evidence,” don’t you? Pooh-poohing every tall tale you hear with “I’ll believe that when pigs fly.” Well, guess what, Aristotle — pigs can fly! Here’s one now! So now you have to believe every idiotic thing anyone tells you!