Look at that! Regal, official, and definitely something any self-respecting Unicorn or unicorn lover should have!

National Unicorn Day is almost upon us, are you ready? If not, click HERE and download your own questing license from Lake Superior State University's website (don't click and save that picture up there, you want the big, juicy, perfect one for printing). 

Tuesday, April 9th is the big day, and if you don't have plans, here are a few things you can do.

a) Quest Unicorns (questing guide below)\

ii) NOT Quest Unicorns (not questing guide below)

3) Do Unicorny Crafts (don't look below, they're here). 

D) If you are a Unicorn, Go On A Date (no guide below, just grab your license and mix and mingle...you aren't invisible, you aren't a mythical beast. You are real and you deserve that happiness!). 

4) Dress as the BEST Pony, DJ Pon-e (read why I did this here...it might make you cry...it makes me cry).



Where: Everywhere. Except for the basement. They hate damp places and "wreck rooms."

When: According to LSSU, "Unicorns may be taken during daylight and dark except for those hours when the Tooth Fairy is about. She was once frightened by a grumpy unicorn and in deference to her attitude, we make the exception." Also, parentally enforced not questing hours.


  • Just Looking? Then just look.
  • Gathering? You will need a small telescope, a matchbox, and tweezers. When you see a Unicorn, look at it thru the wrong end of the telescope, pick it up with the tweezers, and put it in the matchbox. You have now gathered a unicorn.

How NOT To Quest

  • Don't look for unicorns.
  • Stay at home, watch some Netflix, write about your day.
  • Maybe bug mom and dad for some ice cream.
  • Under no circumstances are you to even think about looking out the window at 10:01 PM, in the attic, or in the garage.

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