If the unicorn food trend isn't already making you throw up a little in your mouth, hold on—things have officially taken a turn for the worse. First, the notion of a rainbow-colored, Instagrammable, frothy drink was co-opted by corporate America in the form of the Unicorn Frappuccino Blended Crème. Now, a coffee shop in—where else?—Williamsburg, Brooklyn filed a lawsuit against Starbucks, claiming that it controls the trademark to the Unicorn Latte name and that Starbucks owes the coffee shop 10 million bucks for infringing said trademark. Presumably, one could buy a real unicorn on the open market for a cool $10 mil. All of which brings us to ask these inevitable questions: Has our entire generation jumped the shark? Has everyone under the age of 35 become a cultural stereotype? Oh, and does anyone have any Lisa Frank memorabilia to sell? More at Vice's Munchies.