wdhr semi-regular dinosaur thread

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withdeadhandsrising 9/27/2018 1:07:52 PM
i'm a t-rex man, through and through. but really any tyrannosaurid, not just t-rex. like if i were to own a dinosaur, i'd probably go with a yutyrannus. like a smaller t-rex you could slap a saddle on.
celine 9/27/2018 1:10:30 PM
Trex gets too much credit. Ill take a classic allosaurus if im going for a large bipedal carnivore thats *actually* from the jurassic period???
withdeadhandsrising 9/27/2018 1:18:42 PM
oh, don't get me wrong, i know there were plenty of carnosaurs that were prospectively more "badass" than t-rex (giganotosaurus, for example), but my infatuation with t-rex has stuck with me from when i was a kid.

it still had the strongest bite force of any animal in the fossil record. not gigan, not spinosaur. fcker could bite anything to shit. that rules.
withdeadhandsrising 9/27/2018 1:22:25 PM
and i assume your comment about allosaurus actually being from the jurassic period. most of the dinosaurs shown in the jurassic park franchise are from the cretaceous period, yeah. and they got a lot of information wrong (velociraptor size, dilophosaurs all around, a bunch of other shit)

still, jp is the mad t-ts
withdeadhandsrising 9/27/2018 1:23:10 PM
your comment *refers to jurassic park


this weed is good
withdeadhandsrising 9/27/2018 1:26:16 PM
shut the fck up trind, i'm not even going to nice to you in my dinosaur thread because you're an jerk and even talking about my favorite things with you is unappealing.

gtfo shitbird
celine 9/27/2018 1:27:35 PM
I like that the trex could bite you and youd escape, only to die from the festering pus filled infected wound from his rancid jaws.
withdeadhandsrising 9/27/2018 1:33:56 PM
celine 9/27/2018 1:27:35 PM
I like that the trex could bite you and youd escape, only to die from the festering pus filled infected wound from his rancid jaws

ah yep, that's probably something common in lots of reptilian predators. komodo dragons have a septic bite as well.
withdeadhandsrising 9/27/2018 1:35:46 PM
but in all reality i'm sure if a t-rex bit a human they'd die from massive blood loss before the infection took hold. a large herbivore, not so much. get a good chomp in, track that bitch down later and eat it after the infection kills/weakens it.
celine 9/27/2018 1:36:02 PM
My posts are the komodo dragon bite of lambgoat.
celine 9/27/2018 1:36:55 PM
Prefering one over the other, or debating the merits of such, is not idolization nor even tacit endorsement. Its called entertaining a thought and contrasting. Quit being so bad at english
d0thack 9/27/2018 1:37:22 PM
Stop posting Trind
celine 9/27/2018 1:37:59 PM
Lets say you are bit, around the upper thigh and thrown from its jaws, ian malcolm style. Does the bite kill you if the blood loss can be stabilized
celine 9/27/2018 1:38:51 PM
Could a trex bite create a type of blood poison that turns humans into ferals
d0thack 9/27/2018 1:40:38 PM
ferals aren't zombies.
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