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15 Responses to “3551”

  1. Whispy says:

    Well, there WERE such there as brontosauruses. Now there are not.

  2. meeeeeee! says:

    Dreams. Crushed.

  3. Anonymous says:

    there were never brontosauruses

  4. Annie says:

    LITTLEFOOT DOES TOO EXIST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. PiPie says:

    Brontosauruses are thin on one end, much, MUCH thicker in the middle, and thin again on the other end.

  6. Whispy says:

    Monty Python win.

  7. hb says:

    IF HE DOESN’T EXIST, THEN WHY IS THERE A PICTURE OF HIM?!? Hmm? Tell me, oh “wise” and “intellegent” maker of this picture.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Brontosauruses did exist.

  9. Penguin says:

    People are very passionate about their dinosaurs.

  10. dumbledorespy says:

    LIAR! Little foot is real…

  11. 1heluvabutlr says:

    Brontosauruses never existed. The guy found a body of a dinosaur who’s name I cannot remember, and stuck the head of another dinosaur on it. then he called it a brontasaurus(which was wrong)

  12. Anonymous says:

    hahahahahahahahaahhahahaahah. my childhood was just ruined

  13. Snyarhedir says:

    You idiots–Brontosaurus was the name it was given when the paleontologists had the wrong skull. “Brontosaurus” means “thunder lizard”, while the name it was given after the right skull was matched to the rest of the skeleton, “Apatosaurus” (spelling?) means “deceptive lizard”. Since the only deception was the mixup of the skulls, Brontosaurus is the only valid name the dinosaur in question has.

  14. Snyarhedir, an Earth Sciences major says:

    … And that is a scientific fact!

  15. Snyarhedir says:

    Oh, and another thing: the correct plural would be “Brontosauri” or “Brontosaurs”. Paleontologisted! (That is the paleontological equivalent of “Lawyered,” for those of you watch “How I Met Your Mother”.)

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