Tomorrow is my prospectus defense. I have to say, I’m much calmer than I thought I would be. In fact,
It’s Marc’s birthday! His 2,098th to be exact. Unfortunately, he isn’t here to celebrate it with me. He and Elliot
We return with more dinosaurs!! Specifically, this one: Elliot: That one. I want that dinosaur. I desperately need to know
Me: Since it’s the Fourth of July, I tried to find a dinosaur that was stereotypically American in some way.
Sorry to be a day late with this one. I’m in the midst of moving to a new apartment, and
Me: I feel like this is an appropriate dinosaur for the week. Sort of as a belated Happy Father’s Day
Me: So, there were a few students who drew dinosaurs that were just straight up awesome. This kid, for instance,
I’ve been spending so much time making fun of these dinosaurs that I felt it was time to post one
Just a quick little Dino Drop for y’all. Sorry I didn’t get it posted yesterday–been a busy Birthday week! Marc: This one is little guy! Is kind of cute! Elliot: I whole-heartedly disagree. He looks like one of those Spy vs. Spy rat/ghost/creepy blokes they used to show in cartoon shorts on Mad TV. M: …what? Me: No, he’s totally right. You don’t even understand, Marc, they were super creepy. E: And, apparently, now they have wings. Me: …and now they have wings. M: Non, pretty sure you are both stupid, and that is super cute Dactyl bird. E: Pterodactyls are never cute, even when they don’t look like Spy vs. Spy. Me: Oh my god, that’s because they ALWAYS look like Spy vs. Spy. E: Never looking at a pterodactyl the same way ever again. M: Whatever…you are both craze.
It occurs to me that I didn’t explain in the previous Dino Drop what is going on with this dinosaur