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Magical Unicorn Drinking Horn Won’t Make You Immortal

by Shane McGlaun
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Unicorns are mythical creatures with a horn sticking out of their forehead. Everything I know about them I learned from watching Tom Cruise in Legend back in the ’80s. That means most of my knowledge is centered on not letting ugly trolls capture one and fix it. Once the unicorn horn is off and the world is falling to pieces, you might as well use the horn.

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This is where the Magical Unicorn Drinking Horn comes in. Like an actual unicorn, this horn is a BPA-free, ABS plastic horn that can hold 2.15oz. of liquid. That isn’t very much drink, so it’s probably best reserved for shots while playing Dungeons and Dragons.

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I suggest taking a shot from the unicorn glass every time you roll snake eyes. This product started as an April Fools prank at ThinkGeek and as the geek purveyor is wont to do, they made it into a real product. It comes with a stand to hold the pointy horn glass, and you can pick one up for $19.99(USD).

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