Somebody hacked the ESPN.com site to accept the Konami code (â†‘ â†‘ â†“ â†“ â† â†’ â† â†’ B A) and then to start adding unicorns and rainbows to the page every time you hit ENTER. I can attest to it working because two tipsters hit me up with the goods before ESPN caught on. Suffice it to say, I unicorned the hell out of that shit and then cooked pork chops on the grill. Unfortunately, when I came back to write this it had already been fixed. So if you're the one that did it, do it again (but not to Geekologie) so everyone can play with it. Then, I want you all to write your congressman about the unicorn olympics and sick that would be.
Hit the jump for another screenshot of the site from a reader who also wanted to display his bacon loving pride.
Thanks to Jonah Ray and Jasper, who both rode unicorns to the moon and brought back space rocks.
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