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  1. Saad says

    The one on the right had to duck because of the barosaurus’s sword coming through the ceiling.

  2. ripplerock says

    My four-year old daughter recently saw that same image, at a distance and without the barn roof, and thought it was a picture of a monster rising out of the ground. The people/dinosaurs are the arms and the spaces around the manger legs in the center form two eyes and a nose or mouth.

  3. birgerjohansson says

    it’s like Riddick, the sequel to Pitch Black -the reptilian monsters have been hibernating during the drought, now they are coming up to devour the World.

  4. Reginald Selkirk says

    ripplerock #9: a picture of a monster rising out of the ground

    And that monster is a giant lobster.

    Cannot be unseen.

  5. birgerjohansson says

    If you look at the map of Sweden and Finland, you see the outline of the monster (Fenris?) that birthed these two. The jaws are big enough to envelop Finland.

  6. Gregory Greenwood says

    What a Maroon, living up to the ‘nym @ 18;

    Blasphemy! Those aren’t dinosaurs.

    They’re sandworms.

    The Spice must flow…

    Is that circular saw the source of the rhythmic vibration that drew the adolescent forms of Shai’halud forth?

  7. says

    Maybe it’s because I’m from Canada*, but I see Mama Dinosaur and Baby Dinosaur sharing an ice cream sundae.

    *On the other hand, my country’s flag depicts two guys butting heads and arguing with each other. (I first saw this mentioned in one of Martin Gardner’s Scientific American columns, decades ago.)

  8. slithey tove (twas brillig (stevem)) says

    They’re not fighting, the one on the left is ogling that spike about to pierce the one on the right, who is begging the taller one to grab it before it hits.
    Peredolia is so much fun in the war on Xmas, eh?

  9. davidnangle says

    You gotta look at the negative space. It’s a Kilrathi Drakhri ship. Or maybe the Star Wars Rebellion logo.

  10. emergence says

    Wasn’t there a scene in one of the Saw movies like this? I don’t think there were dinosaurs in it, though.

  11. blf says

    The mildly deranged penguin claims there is a slight misinterpretation here. Those are indeed two T. rex, and they are indeed in a shed — a cheese-aging shed — but they are celebrating the success of the cheese they laid down some time previously. The image is, in fact, quite similar to the Atlantis Rex Artisanal Cheese logo, albeit the nicely-aged cheese wheel in the middle is curiously undefined here. In the original logo, it was brilliantly-rendered MC Escherishq tiled sphere, each tile representing a different Atlantis Rex cheese.

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