My mother used to say that someone that can kill a T-Rex and use its head as a lunchbox isn’t to be trifled with. So I would say that you should give any kid carrying this around a wide berth. [click to continue…]
“Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.”
In our rush to bring back the dinosaurs and genetically modify them with taco DNA, did we go too far? Thanks to science, you can now own a dinosaur with two tacos on its back. I think the answer to this question in clear. No—we haven’t gone too far. In fact, maybe we haven’t gone far enough. [click to continue…]
Suck at using chopsticks? Consider these as your training wheels. Yes, I’m talking to the adults too. Actually, I’m talking mostly to adults here.
I mean, T-Rex Chopsticks!
Indeed, they have a T-Rex head that opens and closes its mouth as you squeeze. I would definitely let it share my sushi.
T-Rex Chopsticks ($11.74)
When Chris Hemsworth and wife Elsa Pataky found themselves sans a cake for their daughter India Rose’s birthday recently, they decided that there was only one thing for it.
Hemsworth stepped up to the plate and made a surprisingly decent chocolate T-Rex cake. Cute even.
Check out more pics below.
Cafe DALA 100%-CHOCOLATE in Busan, South Korea has taken food art to a whole new level with their giant chocolate dinosaur egg dessert.
The chocolate egg is positioned on top of a nest of shaved chocolate ice cream and contains a chocolate dinosaur sitting atop a chocolate ice cream yolk mound.
Chocolate, uh, finds a way.
Getting inside the egg can be accomplished via two methods: pouring warm chocolate syrup over it in order to melt the shell, or simply cracking it open with a silver mallet.
See how it’s done in the videos below.
It goes without saying, but you should get two of these oven mitts and give yourself the T-Rex head hands that you’ve always dreamed of.
This ambidextrous, silicone tyrant lizard uses teeth ridges to grip your pots and trays and is ready to brave the elements for you, being dishwasher, microwave, and freezer safe. As an added plus, it will ask for nothing in return for its services – although this might just be an indication that it hates your cooking.
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The Isle of Wight is famous for two things: It’s the place Paul McCartney wanted to rent a cottage in the Beatles song “When I’m Sixty-Four,” and it’s the only county in England not to have a motorway.
Oh, and they have a dinosaur called Godshilla.
Recently motorists on the south end of the island found a particular road blocked by the giant triceratops. Specifically, it was found in the road in front of a local pub, suggesting that some cheeky buggers might’ve had a few too many Newcastle Browns and decided that the time had come for Godshilla to migrate from its home on the property of one Martin Simpson to its new location blocking the middle of the road.
Simpson has suggested that it would probably take at least five people to move the giant faux dinosaur. You might think you could lure this herbivore out with a nice salad or a bunch of brightly-colored berries, but you’re forgetting one crucial fact – he’s not a real dinosaur. I mean, come on, people.