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I choose to view it as desiring to impale things with a sharpened horn afixed on top of my head. I'm likely in the minority, though, because that's just weird.


I think @ben is just fan of unicorns.

You can make it mean whatever you like. If an article is something special and one of a kind it gets a unicorn


Yeah, generally if you really want to show your appreciation for a post, because it was better than most leave a unicorn.

But more importantly where would Ben be without his unicorns?


or just leave a unicorn reaction without any explanation. it's kinda funny.


Yeah I would like to see a user story for this feature. And a reaction from stake holders ;)


Using the idea from Matt Eland: "As a user, I can impale articles with a sharpened horn afixated on top of my head"


Maybe it means that the article is magical or demonstrates miracles or showcases wisdom. I have been thinking of it this way.

Or maybe @ben does likes Unicorns a lot like most of us.


It means the post's fried. The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland.

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