Got a little piece of mail the other day:
hmmmm... what's this? Who's it from?
U.Nicorn? Unicorn? Hmm....,
If you are on twitter, you know how if you mention something about, say, weight loss- you will immediately get spammy followers that have some kind of weight loss miracle pill or something. Turns out if you say 'zombies', zombies will follow you, too. I don't know what they are selling, maybe a perfume called Undead to mask the horrifying, you know, living dead smell?
After zombies started following me on twitter, I thought: hmm.... I wonder if I say 'unicorns', will unicorns follow me? So for the past, oh, I don't know, 6 weeks or so, I have been mentioning unicorns a few times a week in hopes that a magical beast would start following me on twitter.
Nope, no luck. Unicorns haven't started following me on twitter yet.
But I did get this mysterious letter in the mail (strangely, U. Nicorn used my friend Ryan's address):
So, they don't follow me on twitter, but they follow me in real life. Which, you'd have to agree, is even better.
I keep the note pinned to the lamp on my work table in the studio, which makes my chuckle every time I see it:
Hope you have a magical day.
Peace, love and unicorns to you. Forever.