North Korea confirms unicorns exist

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NORTH KOREA – Leave it to the North Koreans to release this ridiculous “research.” North Korean archaeologists supposedly re-confirmed an ancient burial site for unicorns.

In all fairness, the researchers found the words “unicorn lair” carved into a rock in front of the lair. Easy mistake!

The carving is believed to date back between 918 and 1392. You know, about a hundred years before Columbus sailed the ocean blue.

And get this – this isn’t just any ol’ unicorn. Researchers claim this is the unicorn ridden by King Dongmyeong, who, according to Korean lore, is magical in his own right. Legend has it this guy was hatched from an egg. So, naturally he rode a unicorn.

Come on, are you surprised? This from the same country that said papa Kim Jong Il stopped a blizzard and was born on under a double rainbow.

So what’s with this new-found discovery? Some say it’s to bolster the new leader Lil’ Kim’s image by showing heroic blood runs in his family.

Well, that’s one way to do it.

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