Posts Tagged ‘Dinosaur’

Norwegian Velociraptor Velocipede

Monday, 11 February 2019

[More info here. Related posts here.]

Jurassic Puke

Wednesday, 29 April 2015

Physics and Dinosaurs

This is why fish survived.

[Found here.]

Squirrel Dental Prose

Monday, 27 February 2012

I try to find words to describe stuff like this.
I really do.
But sometimes I just give up.
Like now.
[Found here.]

CementLand, USA

Sunday, 10 April 2011

Gotta look sharp when you’re on vacation at CementLand, USA.  On the other hand, you can get away with velour jumpsuits at CementLand, UK.

[Found here.]

Pancakasaurus Rex

Tuesday, 15 March 2011

Some kid somewhere’s got an awesome dad.

[Update: Here’s the original source:]

Tis The Season

Friday, 24 December 2010

Last chance to put up your December dinosaur decorations.

[Found here.]

Prove it.

Tuesday, 17 August 2010

The more I study this photo the funnier it gets. Obviously the guy got tired of repeatedly answering the same question, so there must have been a lot of people stopping by unannounced.

The answer to the puzzle appears to be the unusual scarecrow behind him – a giant snake head that waves in the breeze, overlooking a field of bird and bunny food and disturbing the neighbors for miles around. I want one.

[Image found somewhere in here.]

Tyrannosaurus Wrecks

Monday, 9 August 2010

I think it’s a male. [Found somewhere in here.]

Dinosaurs slept with their eyes open.

Wednesday, 30 December 2009

Norwich, England (Strutts News Services) – A long-debated archaeological mystery has apparently been resolved by researchers of  the University of East Anglia.

The excavations of the River Yare floodplain in the early 1970s unearthed numerous fossils which gave creedence to the theory of  reptilian insomnia. All fossils were meticulously labeled and their in-situ positions noted, allowing for a glimpse into the sleeping habits of the great reptiles. (more…)

Something Went Splat.

Thursday, 22 October 2009

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All Dinosaurs go to heaven, and there’s teh proof in glorious duotone watercolor.  At least they look happy.

It makes me smile, not in the, “Good God am I glad we don’t have to deal with THOSE things,” but in the “Wow. I wish I’d thought of that!” kinda way.

A Giant Cthulhu tentacled thing just throws them all up into the pink vapors without consideration for the various epochs that the various depicted giant lizards lived in. Must have taken a long time, or else The Tentacled Thing compressed millions of years of time before it puked and sent them to kingdom come. Compression of time and space in duotone watercolor.

I love it.

[Found here, same place I found this cool video.]

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