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  • March 13, 2014
    Meet Nanuqsaurus, a miniature cousin of the t-rex that roamed northern Alaska some 70-million years ago. Roaming northern Alaska now? SASQUATCH. While this has been called a dwarf or pygmy in some quarters, it is hardly small with an estimated size of around 5 m in total le... / Continue →
  • January 31, 2014
    This is the picture sent to Redditor FreakForFashion by her best friend. That's not her friend in the photo though, it's just a picture she found online. Obviously, I'm writing a Craigslist Missed Connection for whoever that is in the photo right now. Thanks to The Brett a... / Continue →
  • November 25, 2013
    A new (but still long dead) t-rex like dinosaur species has been discovered in Utah, leading paleontologists to believe that large, bipedal carnivorous dinos were much more widely distributed than previously thought. Which is great news because no matter where my time machine ... / Continue →
  • October 22, 2013
    Seen here looking like it belongs in my garage, the giant-- "It belongs in a museum!" YOU SHUT YOUR FILTHY MOUTH, INDY. Seen here looking like it belongs in my garage, the giant Diplodocus skeleton that is going up for auction next month sits on display. The 55-foot long, 19... / Continue →
  • September 30, 2013
    Astronaut Karen Nyberg made this stuffed dinosaur toy for her young son out of scrap supplies she found aboard the International Space Station. Hopefully not anything important like I would have done. "GW -- where did you get that big red button?" I found it. "Found it wher... / Continue →
  • August 27, 2013
    This is a video from (where else?) Japan of a guy in a super-realistic looking raptor costume chasing an unsuspecting victim in an office building. The dude seems genuinely concerned that he's being chased by a dinosaur. And can you blame him? Of course you can, dinosaurs we... / Continue →
  • July 16, 2013
    In recent years there have been some pretty defamatory claims that the t-rex was just a scavenger and didn't hunt other live dinos. But now, thanks to a t-rex tooth found lodged in the tailbone of a duck-billed dinosaur that clearly lived for some time after the encounter, pal... / Continue →
  • April 26, 2013
    This is the 20-foot long (it looks longer to me but I've ridden real dinosaurs though so I should know) balloon animal Acrocanthosaurus built by balloon-twisting professional (and awesome dude to have at a kid's birthday party) Larry Moss and his team at Airigami for Virginia's... / Continue →
  • January 2, 2013
    My clothes are on the floor -- get it? Because he's made of hangers. Plus we just did the nasty so my pants are in a ball by the side of the bed and I'm laying here naked trying to smoke one of those 'It's a Boy' bubblegum cigars. Oh, now my lover's trying to eat my good bus... / Continue →
  • July 6, 2012
    *pointing at self* This kind of zombie, that's who. You hear that, Chompy? Now we can be together FOREVER. This is Megan's zombie t-rex head tattoo. I plan on luring him to me with a bunch of brains piled under a big cardboard box. Then, pulling the stick that's holding t... / Continue →
  • April 5, 2012
    According to a recent study of immaculately preserved dino remains, a group of paleontologists from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing have determined that Yutyrannus huali ('beautiful feathered tyrant'), a relative of the t-rex that only grew to about 1/5 the weight, w... / Continue →
  • March 1, 2012
    Seen here trying to swallow a dildo, the t-rex allegedly had the strongest bite of any species in the history of earth. Me? I had the strongest underbite until I got braces. "HAHA -- brace face!" That was a long time ago, I don't have them anymore. "Then what's that?" IT'... / Continue →
  • July 18, 2011
    This is Pokey, a robotic LEGO triceratops made by the same person who built Robo-Rex. Now I know what you're all wondering, so I'll just go ahead and say it: yes, I would hit dat. Maybe that's just my dry-spell/desperation talking, but it's pretty slim pickings for prehistori... / Continue →
  • June 13, 2011
    This is a giant balloon Spinosaurus created by Larry Moss. Larry calls his balloon art "airigami" and "the art of folding air" (balloon artists: they can be pretentious). I just call it balloon art. Also, great for a kid's birthday party. Hey mister hey mister -- I want a w... / Continue →
  • April 7, 2011
    I have been itching a lot lately. Seen here looking none too happy about it, a feathered dinosaur RAWRs in annoyance over his lice infestation. You know, it wouldn't kill you to take a mud bath every once in awhile. But it probably would kill you if earth got hit by a giant ... / Continue →
  • October 14, 2010
    Note: Videos are after the jump. Use those little arms of yours and push the button. I happen to know how t-rex's walk (bow-legged) because I've traveled back in time and had sex with dozens thousands of them, but this is a pretty accurate representation. They also like to w... / Continue →
  • September 22, 2010
    My God what a sexy looking dino. He's so horny he's making me horny. Kidding, I get that way with any dino, but still, you know what I mean (I mean I'm rockin' some serious petrified wood right now). The creature lived 76 million years ago in the warm, wet swamps of what is ... / Continue →
  • July 29, 2010
    Now I know what you're wondering, "Jesus, GW -- are you really posting this just so you don't have to bookmark the product page to find it again?" And yes, that is 110% why I'm posting this. That and I have a birthday coming up and I have yet to receive a single present. You... / Continue →
  • June 28, 2010
    This is a dino cover-up tattoo. As you can see, it went from a lotus-blossom mermaid I wouldn't touch with Poseidon's penis to a dapper t-rex I would touch with anybody's. There's a worthwhile animated gif after the jump that shows the change (including the line work in-betwee... / Continue →
  • June 18, 2010
    Tsintaosaurus was like the unicorn of the Cretaceous Period. Except, instead of corns, they had penises growing out of their heads. Thanks, God! Tsintaosaurus was a duck-billed dinosaur, or Hadrosaur, that lived in China about 84 to 71 million years ago. Like many Lambeosau... / Continue →