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Spotted Halloween Sunday taped to the lamp post on the corner of 79th/West End Avenue .. to learn more about what this poster is about click here

32 comments:

  1. Bwahahahahaha. That's a great one.

    Have a terrific WW. :)

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  2. I lost mine a long time ago... but I was afraid to ask for it back.

    Good one!

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  3. If you see it, you better have your camera with you!

    WV: anter: And be sure that unicorn horn isn't an anter!

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  4. excellent! too funny...well, at least until you run into that horn.

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  5. I don't have one to lose, but I was hoping to buy one. You think if I call their number they'll give me the name of the breeder where they got theirs?

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  6. you guys have some weird beasts up there in the big apple!! :-)

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  7. Wow. You don't see that every day.

    I'll bet the reward is a pot of gold from the end of a rainbow.

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  8. Wait. Is there such a thing as a male Unicorn? I think not.

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  9. I'd rather have a narwhal....
    but that is very cool!

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  10. I couldn't resist. I phoned the number. It was a female voice pleading that she have help in finding her missing unicorn.. that she can't live her life without her. And she asked for anyone with any information to leave a message. I should have said I saw her here on your blog. ;)

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  11. Have a look at this: http://missingunicorn.com/information.html

    :)

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  12. I think it's wonderful that someone took the time to post this. Sweet!

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  13. too clever! I must remember this for next year!

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  14. Great marketing! I'll keep my eye out for it too in case it flew or galloped to California. :D

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  15. Hmm....interesting. And imagine if it were TRUE!

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  16. Cute. I wonder how many people called that number.
    And I wonder if someone did wander around Central Park with a unicorn on Hallowe'en...

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  17. Love it. And that does explain all the suspicious glitter that's been seen around lately...

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  18. I'd love to hear the messages that people would have left on that voice mail box.
    What a great find!

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  19. I wouldn't be too concerned. Mine always comes home when he is hungry.

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  20. Someone had posted this to Twitter a few days ago, I think the back story is more interesting! Wish I could be there tomorrow to find the Unicorn.

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  21. I brake for unicorns. Unfortunately, all we have here in the country are deer. Lots, and lots of deer:(

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  22. The back story is very interesting. Good advertising!

    (apparently I'm not very witty today)

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  23. I love it! My Dad used to make up unicorn stories for us when we were children. We tried to get him to write them down but he never did. He was so great at telling them and they were very detailed. This poster brought back a lot of happy memories.

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