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14k Gold Humping Dinosaur Skeletons Necklace

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This is the $230 14k gold plated 'Lucky Bones' necklace designed and sold by Onch Movement. Now listen: Valentine's Day is literally right around the corner and I want you to buy this for me. I pour my heart and soul out to you constantly, and I deserve a little something in return. In this case, a 14k gold necklace of two dinosaur skeletons boning. So what if they're not the same species! If I was a dinosaur I'd be trying to sex all the other species too. Hell, I'm NOT a dinosaur and I still want to. Sometimes I really do feel like I was born too late. Like, 200-million years too late (or ~10,000 years if you're into the whole young earth creationism view). So, how are you guys gonna do this -- all chip in a buck and buy it for me? There's also a $155 silvery metal one, but I don't want that one, I WANT THE GOLD -- GIVE ME THE GOLD, I WANT THE GOLD. "Could be a crackhead that got hold of the wrong stuff!" What are you doing? "Aren't we quoting the Alabama Leprechaun video?" No, I was quoting the Alabama Leprechaun video, YOU were sitting there reading with your mouth closed. You know what that's called? THE WAY I LIKE IT.

Keep going for another shot of this one and two of the silvery one.

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Thanks to Kris, who made it quite clear he was not going to buy it for me. Wonderful, it looks like I'll be spending another Valentine's Day with a broken heart (and refrigerator full of beer).

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  • fdfdafdsa

    mmmmmh interspecies! HAWT

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