Unicorns turning evil? Or just plain disturbing like Charlie the Unicorn?
It could indeed be quite a tragedy if all unicorns turned out like him. I mean, unicorns are the very foundation of the 'My Little Pony' world of rainbows and fairies and leprechauns. (Incidentally, I am now convinced that all of the women who dance for Michael Flatley are fairies.)
Actually, poor one really is the loneliest number. I keep reading that even though 1x1 equals 1, somehow if one were considered to be a prime, then the sieve of Eratosthenes wouldn't work, or the world would implode, or unicorns would turn evil, or something very, very bad could happen (I don't actually know what that would be--I haven't really studied this stuff much). I think it all has something to do with one's special ability to help identify other numbers. Of course, after reading the comments on solipsism, I'm convinced that I am you and you are me and we are all together--so, you know, maybe not being a prime is actually good for the number one.
Edit: by "good for the number one" I mean, of course, "good for us."
Edit: and by "good for us" I mean, of course, "good for me." (Especially because I am quite fond of onion kulcha, and that would mean there'd be more for me.)
If it's the only even prime it must be the evenest. Mount Evenest is in Nepalling. Lots of buccaneers go there to clime but some fall into glace cherries. We can still salvage their boots. Boots is a pharmacy chain in England. If you say you need corn pads, and someone says 'try boots', that might or might not be what they mean. Frogapplause is also mean, especially when she disparages eraser gift culture. Hernesheir says kulcha is a kind of bread. I once calculated that if every household in Australia has a bread winner, that's a lot of bread being won. One is also a prime number. See, it all makes sense, don't it?