YOUR TIME TO SHINE

Friendship may be magic, but we think unicorns are the magicalest of all the magical ponies. Which is, of course, why we need one. We told our parents that we’d be good and muck out the stables no problem, because, heck, magical rainbow poops. But they STILL said no.

That’s when we decided we’d take matters into our own hands and store up the money for our own personal unicorn inside this Magic Pony Purse. See, it’s like a tiny coin purse, only embiggened by magic. So we’re hoping the savings we stash inside will also be embiggened by magic, ’cause it’s expensive to board a horse near ThinkGeek World Domination HQ. Although, you know… we still haven’t done anything with Steve’s old office. Maybe we’ll just hide it in there.

A ThinkGeek exclusive, this Magic Pony Purse from the mad geniuses at Irregular Choice features a pair of white unicorns with multicolored, glittery manes. Because, why not? If you’re ready to sparkle, it’s ready to hit the town with you.

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