Grow Your Own Dinosaur

Earth used to be ruled by gigantic things with pointy teeth. The landscape trembled, quaked, and shivered—terrible lizards chomped with their serrated maws, and the vanquished ended up inside the belly of the victorious. A BIG rock dropped from the eternal black void about 65 million years ago. The apocalyptic force razed the planet’s surface and warped the environment into a living hell. Dinosaurs exploded like firecrackers. Everything else disintegrated.

However…

…scientists recently discovered a special volcano, and when they poured water into its protective receptacle—a dinosaur emerged from the dissolved soup. The volcano was dormant, of course.

How To Grow A Dinosaur

Official Instructions

  • Remove protective seal
  • Pour water inside container
  • Stand back!

A dinosaur is living inside that volcano. Is it a wise choice to set it free? Probably not. Dinosaurs and people don’t get along. We’re just appetizers, that’s all. We owe our entire existence to a piece of rock—if the asteroid never jabbed Earth’s eye—mammals would still be pissing their fur. Dinosaurs were big…mean…hungry…and that’s about it.

Do you want to see a dinosaur? Eat a spoonful of ice cream and then smack the play button.

Yup, that’s right, a dinosaur is on the loose. Sorry.

Thank you Poet Rummager!

…There’s a dinosaur on the loose…

…and its all your fault.

Run!

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Author: FlyTrapMan

I have no idea what I'm doing.

8 thoughts

  1. That was fun! Lol. You’d think by the many times it took you to fill that tiny cup that it was 6 feet tall. Haha! You’re so funny. Very neat sound effects; I agree with Paula. I should find more kits — I have such a blast seeing what you do with them. ❤

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  2. Shouldn’t there have been a warning in the video about not trying this at home? You know how impressionable some people are and get some ideas. It will be like a bunch of Jurassic Park adventures gone wild.

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