About this blog

Many have wondered if unicorns exist or existed. Well, let me put things straight. In my head unicorns exist, however, they have been hiding from humanity for centuries after most of them got turned into narwhals (so sad). Outside of my head in the real world most people have (somehow) got it into their heads that they don’t exist but now science has proved  they did, in fact, exist (and there are fossils to prove it) but they didn’t look like what we have imagined them to be. They aren’t some sort of majestic horse with a lovely flowing mane, long swishy tail and a horn protruding from its head. Oh no. They were nothing like that. If you have ever seen the post that shows the two unicorns (one that is all grey and boring titled as you and then another that is bright, colourful and has loads of rainbows and glitter over it titled as me) it looks like the one titled as you. If you have no idea what I am talking about here’s the picture:

me and you unicorns

If you still can’t think of an image in your head that portrays the unicorn as its true self it basically looks like a rhino but with only one horn and it is very hairy. The unicorns were about 6 feet tall and were pretty fat as they weighed around about 8,000 pounds which is about 8 times bigger than any human.

Anyway about this blog. This little blog is something I’ve decided to do in my spare time and could be about absolutely anything. If you read my blog post called new blog you will see a list of things I like. That will mostly be what I will post. I promise to post frequently and often(ish) and I would love to hear any feedback from you guys. Make sure you follow me to get an email notification of whenever I upload a new blog post (I finally found out what following does). Also, share this blog with your friends if you think they will like it because sharing is caring. I hope you can stick with me and this blog. Thank you so much for reading and I hope you have a lovely day/night. Bye!!

Psst! While you’re here check out some of my other blog posts. They may be of some interest to you. You never know 🙂