Random Thursday: Awesomesaurs and Some Unexpected Shakespeare

Random Thursday (ˈrandəm ˈTHərzdā): the day on which Sarah plunks down all the odd bits and pieces she’s been sent by friends or has otherwise stumbled upon this week in an effort to avoid writing a real post, the assembly of which usually ends up taking twice as much time as sitting down and creating actual content.

Y’all sent me a lot of videos and dinosaur stuff this week.  

Here are the ones I can share on a blog that my mother’s friends read.* 

And if you were wondering, the current winner of the Worst  Bridal March Song—as supplied by my friend Cristina, who, disturbingly, didn’t have to think about it**—is SuperFreak.

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T-Rex making a bed

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The Double Clicks Dimetrodon

Because this song makes me happy for reasons I can’t entirely explain.

That’s why.

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Awesomesaurs and Two Amazing Parents

Awesomesaurs

You’ll want to click the image (or here) for the full story.

Trust me.

Meanwhile, I’m raiding Sunny’s plastic menagerie . . .

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Richard III as a ten-year old

Obscure joke, funny bit.

And his face . . .

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I know, I know . . . 

Rudolf the Big Green Stego

 . . . But it’s never too early for Rudolph the Big Green Stego

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“Not By Wit nor Whiskered Jowl”

Dubious use of Shakespeare’s Giant Vocabulary by the inestimable John Branyan.

Awesome.

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* I’m sending the rest to your mother’s friends.  I’m a librarian—I can find ’em.

** I’ve decided that what really bothers me about this is that she was negative-five when the song came out.  And I . . . wasn’t.

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