Two-Year Old Identifying His Toy Dinosaurs

September 21, 2016

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This is a video of Scottish two-year old Noah showing off his dinosaur identification knowledge. You may remember Noah as the boy who cleverly blamed Batman for drawing on a mirror with his mom's lipstick. I bet she never found out. Also I'm fairly certain that yellow dino in the middle of the mix (pictured above) was a t-rex and not a raptor, the second to last was a Parasaurolophus, and if that last one actually was a t-rex, it's no t-rex I'd want to date. Still, a fantastic job, Noah. I didn't even know my own name at two, and couldn't wipe my own ass until, well, we're still working on that. My mom says I'm making progress but I can the disappointment in her eyes. You think those jammies come in my size?

Hit the jump for the video.

Thanks to natalie, who agrees it's never too early to get your kid started with dinosaur flashcards. They're more important than numbers, trust me.

  • Meh

    Psh, clearly a long neck, three horn, and sharptooth, duh.

  • heretikeen

    Way to go, superparent! You're making your kid into yet another of those omnipresent youtube phenomena.
    Must be awesome, growing up with a camera always pointed to your face.

  • Brock

    Sorry Geekologie, this is only surprising for people who are not parents. Kids have come a long way in the last few decades. Most two-year olds can identify the things that interest them most (including dinosaurs)...many in full sentences.

    So, cute but not surprising. I think the appeal is the glasses, accent, and politeness. ;-)

  • BJ

    Noel...

  • Enkidu98

    What a moron. That was a Styracosaurus not a triceratops. Hello... TRI, from both the latin and Greek roots for 'three'. Three horns stupid THREE HORNS!

  • GeneralDisorder

    The one he called raptor looked an awful lot like the T-Rex. I couldn't see the feet though to know if there's a large curved claw like the Velociraptor or Utahraptor.

    Of course I'm neither less than 8 years old nor a paleontologist (holy fuck I spelled that right!!) so I don't know.

    Side note: I am just awful at interpreting Scottish accents. I can better understand thick Chinese or Korean English than Scottish English.

  • Enkidu98

    I stopped when it was demonstrated the kid was a stupid little cunt and his mum/caregiver as well for praising his wrong answers. If they were additionally unable to use simple visual clues to decipher the difference between a mega-theropod like the T. Rex (Tyrannosauridae) and something like the Utah Raptor or the Deinonychus (Dromaeosauridae) which should be blatantly obvious then screw them! I'm glad I didn't watch the rest of the video.

    Idiocracy here we come!

  • Wiley

    This video was a test, you passed sir. Your superior dinosaur knowledge has won you a golden ticket to visit my island paradise and the new Jurassic Park. You may bring one family member and one Jeff Goldblum.

  • Deksam

    Cute kiddo and also very polite.
    A refreshing attribute that is all but "extinct" on most today's Geekologie debating commenters.

  • Wiley

    Shut up Deksam.
    Thank you.
    You set me up.
    Sorry.

  • Deksam

    Thanks so much for your humors and ironic input.
    May your day be a great one too!

  • TheQiwiMan

    Cuteness.

    Overload.

    "Thank you!"
    I'm dyin'!

    :-D

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