Santa riding Llamacorn christmas sweater

Santa riding Llamacorn christmas

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My name is Llamacorn because I am awesome. I’m a little 7-week girl that loves to play and snuggle. I’ll snuggle with other Santa riding Llamacorn christmas sweater, but I especially love to snuggle around my foster mom’s neck when I’m sleeping. I am a brown tabby with a cute little spotted belly. I will be ready to be adopted in 1-2 weeks after I am spayed. My adoption fee is $60. I must be an inside cat and will need to have another cat or kitten to play with or my new family must have the time to play with me. Otherwise I will need to bite your toes to entertain myself. Your choice. Send a PM if you are interested in adopting me, the one and only Llamacorn.

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Behold, the fearsome llamacorn from myth and fable. Often found in corn fields and Santa riding Llamacorn christmas sweater, it is said to lead people to their ultimate corn related doom. These spectacularly dangerous creatures were famously downgraded by the poet Ovid into the minotaur in the labrinyth because of the horrifying defeat the hero Theseus suffered at the horn of the llamacorn. Beware my friends, these are not some fluffy goat-horse, rainbow spewing unicorn. You have been warned.

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Did you know that unicorn’s were in fact real creatures. Even more mind boggling is that they are from the same Santa riding Llamacorn christmas sweater as the llama’s – namely the now extinct Llamacorns. During the great horn wars circa 200 BC a brilliant group of rogue llama’s came to the belief that the horn was a symbol of oppression. This rogue group then went about forcibly removing their horns via repeatedly running into hard stone boulders, breaking both horn and rock in the process. These llamacorns then became known as flat heads and in order to hide this truth that would identify them they began to wear hats and they called themselves the society of stone cutters and soon were known as free mason llama’s, tensions erupted between the llamacorns and stone cutters.

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