Twitter user @_kylebrownlee brought up a good point that needs a little thought (at least). "How are giraffes real but unicorns are fake?"
yeah you tell me which mf looks like it’s from a different planet pic.twitter.com/wajaMQ5yWo— Kyle Brownlee (@_kylebrownlee) July 15, 2018
It might sound like a discussion held in a dark room on 4/20 but think about it! It's a pretty good point here... What's more believable?
Well this inspired the twitter-verse
What even are those nubs on giraffe heads anyway? I’ve been calling them antennae but I feel like that’s really wrong.— Destiny Gartland (@destinygartland) July 14, 2018
Alright. BUT WHAT ARE THEY FOR? LIKE JUST LIL NUBS EXISTING?— Caitlin (@BluryFacedfreak) July 15, 2018
Bull giraffes use them as weapons when fighting for mates— ✏ Andrewpologie 🎨 (@anthro_andrew) July 15, 2018
BUT Both make AND Female giraffes have them so.... There's that
And from here Twitter became Twitter
Don’t forget they breathe giraffire!!! pic.twitter.com/f8ViWQ9x0p— Kenan Turnbull (@foniker) July 16, 2018
You aint say it but the answer is always platypus. Look at this bird beaked, furry, mammalian, hind leg poison carrying, beaver tail having experiment pic.twitter.com/vU9r9B9BVq— Kthehermit (@Kthehermit) July 16, 2018
We were doing so good Twitter and ya HAD to bring up the platypus... sigh...