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  • March 20, 2014
    Prehistoric earth was black and white? Mindblowing! The only chicken from hell I want is in nugget form and they better be SPICY. This thing looks like a naked man crouched in a chicken costume. I outlined him for you here. See? Meet Anzu wyliei, a recently discovered spec... / Continue →
  • February 7, 2014
    This is an animated gif of a chicken wearing a prosthetic tail to counterbalance its weight and make it walk like a dinosaur. It was part of the research conducted by Bruno Grossi of the Universidad de Chile for a recently published paper, appropriately titled, "Walking Like D... / Continue →
  • February 6, 2014
    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 ... / Continue →
  • January 2, 2014
    Come hither. This is a paper t-rex optical illusion that appears to follow you with its head as you walk around it. Cool, but I still want one of those creepy paintings that follows you with its eyes as you move around the room. "Don't masturbate paintings" I call them. Kee... / Continue →
  • December 13, 2013
    Note: Originally posted in July but moved here because the internet is cyclical and it's going around again. Entering part of the Konami code (up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A -- and then keep pressing A) on any page of Vogue's UK website will make a sexy vel... / Continue →
  • November 26, 2013
    This is the $600 meteorite and dinosaur leg bone wedding ring made and sold by Etsy purveyor JewelrybyJohan. Is $600 expensive for a wedding ring? Correct answer: Not if there's dino bone and meteorite involved. I do think it's a little insensitive though that they chose to p... / Continue →
  • November 19, 2013
    Because it's been Christmas season since mid-October, here's an animated Stegosaurus Christmas lawn ornament. The $140 dino's neck and tail move as he spreads Christmas cheer throughout the neighborhood, at least until some young punks steal it and set it on fire in the woods.... / Continue →
  • July 25, 2013
    The last time we checked in with Australian billionaire Clive Palmer his dinosaur park sounded like a pipe dream (albeit the sexiest pipe dream), but now the regional council has voted and the park is currently under construction. Unfortunately, there was no mention of the act... / Continue →
  • May 8, 2013
    This is a video showing some prototype footage of The Stomping Land, a multiplayer survival game about a tribe of people who live on an island and hunt and eat dinosaurs as their primary food source. The only problem is, after you kill a little dinosaur and start skinning it f... / Continue →
  • April 16, 2013
    This is a small series of ceramic dinosaur corn on the cob holders designed by Lana Filippone. Obviously, they're the best thing to happen to corn on the cob holders since Native Americans invented corn (remind me to Wikipedia that) and are this summer's must-have grilling acc... / Continue →
  • April 10, 2013
    This is Jurassic Heart (links to actual game), a dating simulator that lets you try your hand at romance with a t-rex named Taira. It's worth wasting a couple minutes if you're at work, but if you're at home you can probably find something better to do with your time. I mean,... / Continue →
  • April 3, 2013
    This is the OLS House designed by architectural studio J. Mayer H. and built near Stuttgart, Germany. It's supposed to like a dinosaur head. I would live there, and I would insist on not having a numbered street address. Because if "the house that looks like a dinosaur head"... / Continue →
  • January 18, 2013
    This is a new license plate from the Mexican state of Coahuila. It features a badass (albeit stoned looking) dino with the phrase "Coahuila: Land of Dinosaurs". According to tipster Ricardo (who lives in Torreon, Coahuila), most people don't like them, which makes about as muc... / Continue →
  • January 4, 2013
    According to a recent paleontology report, birdlike dinosaurs of the genus Oviraptor may have shook their ass feathers like some modern-day birds do to attract mates. *comes running* Thanks for the show guys, but really -- the feather shaking wasn't necessary. Studying ovira... / Continue →
  • December 31, 2012
    These are two dinosaur skeleton LEGO sets designed by Geekologie reader jazlecraz that are up for support on the LEGO CUUSO website (where if they reach 10,000 supporters LEGO will review the sets for manufacture). How LEGO hasn't already made sets like these is beyond me. Ki... / Continue →
  • December 27, 2012
    Because scientists are quickly running out of important things to think about, Montana State University paleontology professor David Varricchio has been pondering what species of dinosaur might provide the best-tasting meat. You're sick! We shouldn't be cloning dinosaurs just... / Continue →
  • November 28, 2012
    This is a series of cookie cutters from SUCK UK that create little dinosaur body parts that can be assembled into 3-D dino cookies AND JAMMED DOWN MY PIEHOLE. I'm going to eat so many I puke and pass out! Then do it again when I wake up. Or, should I say, IF I wake up. I mi... / Continue →
  • November 8, 2012
    A new species of horned dinosaur has been officially recognized in Canada, after being misidentified as a similar species for sixty years. Xenoceratops (literally "alien-horned face"), is a distant cousin of the triceratops and lived 80-million years ago. They had the kind o... / Continue →
  • October 26, 2012
    In news that shouldn't surprise anyone who finds them so irresistible, paleontologists are now claiming that the earliest dinosaurs to develop feathers did so for courtship purposes and not to soar like giant, sexy eagles. *ruffling tail-feathers* CAW, CAW! "They may have in... / Continue →
  • October 10, 2012
    In soul crushing news, scientists claim there's no chance of cloning dinosaurs from DNA found in the present day because DNA rapidly deteriorates over time, citing that even under optimal conditions every single bond in DNA is broken in less than 1/10th of the time since the mo... / Continue →