Tuesday, July 20, 2010
Burrito unicorns can often be observed in their natural habitat in the city. They are drawn to flat postered walls and love to build little nests on them. They bring out a "blueprint" marking on the surface of their skin to camouflage themselves in an urban environment.
They use the isolation of their own personal nest to meditate on the beauty of life. Burrito unicorns need just as much time to themselves as they need hanging out with their buddies.
It's very rare to see a full blessing of burrito unicorns on a poster.
A burrito unicorn will find a cozy, comfortable poster of their own and become very territorial about it.