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That thing is great! I want one. The LEGO Turing Machine will have to wait. I won’t be able to resist using it for evil, though.
“C’mon, eat one! Just one.”
You know, the shows are pretty good. My son-in-law had the good luck to have worked with the dinos earlier, before the exteriors started getting raggedy from all the kid-contact:
Where my son-in-law is almost eaten by a dinosaur
My youngest actually had the guts to put her head in the T-Rex’s mouth
I was thinking about the old potato-chip slogan; “Bet you can’t eat just one!”
Bet that little kid had nightmares for a month, too.
I agree with the fleeing children. It was a little disappointing when it didn’t actually eat anyone.
Am I mistaken, or does that critter lack an anus? Is that why he’s so mean?
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