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Tofu Tuesday: Mystic Unicorn Beanie Baby Twins

Demystifying the common unicorn.

Like the common horse, the unicorn grazes on tall grasses and enjoys socialising with their own species.

Unicorns behave like any other wild, docile creature and shy away from people unless tamed. Tame unicorns love to eat fresh carrots and apples from your hand and doing so may encourage them trust to you and build a lifelong friendship.

Unicorns are not so mystical, just misunderstood and a bit horny.

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I am Genie, a graphic designer/photographer obsessed with food and bunnies. I live in Whanganui, New Zealand with my husband, The Koala and our two rabbits, Kobe and Bento. I write about my hedonistic ways and I love the mantra "Eat well, travel often". I prefer not to write about myself in third person.


  1. Hahaha oh my gosh, love this. For many reasons actually, starting with beanie babies because I was OBSESSED when I was younger. And then to Tofu, looks as dapper as ever with that horn.

  2. Kev. says

    Does Tofu ever destroy your garden?

    Recently discovered a bunny running around our backyard. Thinking whether to catch it or not (guessing it’s a neighbour’s). It’s welcome to run around our lawn if it leaves the plants alone. (it’s cute seeing how playful it is, makes you want a bunny tbh)

    • Hi Kev, We have a low trellis bordering our vegetable patch and Tofu has never expressed any interest in getting over or under this. He has plenty of grass and weeds in our backyard to keep him happy though and we often pick vegetables from our garden for his salads. I honestly don’t think 1 pet rabbit will make a dent in a vegetable garden. They will probably just nibble here and there. They can get very sick if there is fertiliser or slug/snail pellets around though so that’s something to consider.

      • Kev. says

        It’s a stray bunny more than anything. So it’s fine with just eating grass. Doesn’t sound too bad then.

        Weird thing is I shoo it away and it always eventually hops back into our side. Not sure if our grass taste nice or it’s already marked its turf.

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