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Unicorn?
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Uploader comment: Okay, so I was walkin' through the forest, doing some nature photos, when I quickly took a picture of what I first thought to be an albino moose. It startled me, I wasn't expecting it. So when I got home and developed the pics I saw that it looks like a horse and looks like there is a horn. FREEEEEEEEEEEEEAKYYYYy

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by darkangel94 on 15 July, 2007, 13:45
Photoshop anyone? Or painting or a really thin albino mouse with a one horn.
Comment icon #9 Posted by necrochildk on 29 August, 2007, 13:33
Pull the other one, why don't you? lol Your story comes out pathetic too.
Comment icon #8 Posted by darklady on 1 October, 2007, 17:59
Photoshop much? Just a grey horse with a doodad on his head.
Comment icon #7 Posted by bile on 12 October, 2007, 9:12
Oh pfft. You just fiddled with his mane. -_-
Comment icon #6 Posted by wraithgod on 14 October, 2007, 7:06
I wish the mods would delete this. x_X
Comment icon #5 Posted by maniecal_laughter on 17 January, 2008, 14:00
I saw this on worth1000, its fake...
Comment icon #4 Posted by h. piddy on 12 March, 2008, 15:54
Yeah, I can take really blurry pictures in the forest too. Just watch next week when I upload a pic of my dad... I mean, a sasquatch!
Comment icon #3 Posted by cassiebabe on 14 July, 2008, 8:20
come off it if you saw a albino moose you would take more than one picture and im sure there would be atleast one clear picture plus why does it look like its standing above the bush? and another yhing look to be real big agenst the trees and bushes lmao
Comment icon #2 Posted by gbegg on 9 October, 2009, 0:05
that is a photo with a unicorn taped onto it lame alabie to
Comment icon #1 Posted by hajime on 22 July, 2010, 6:07
2 questions: 1) why blurry (it dont seem to be moving fast) 2) if it was a rare albino moose, why dint you take more pics (again, not moving fast) look, im 14 and i take pics way better than u do. hows that for your self esteem


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