A cornucopia that oddly resembles a unicorn horn.... Can occasionally be fashioned as a hat around the holidays.
Not socially acceptable to be worn in public for animal rights reasons. Various organizations speak out against the use of unicorns for such a petty table decoration. But in various places the existence of underground Hornucopia poaching still occurs. These places include backyards of rock climbers and ultimate enthusiasts.
Person 1: Where did you get that hornucopia?
Person 2: At this rock climbers house!
Person 1: Why would you want one?
Person 2: To store assorted fruits and veggies in to make a creative and decorative table piece.
Person 1: Oh... okay. Thats cool.
Person 2: Ya i guess it is.
Person 1: WATCH OUT! THERE IS AN ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVIST WITH A MACHETE AND MACHINE GUN
(BAM BAM BAM!!! Gun shot noises)
Activist: Hornucopias are bad and hurt unicorns....
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