On April 14, a performer from the “Walking with Dinosaurs” arena show came to the Stanley A. Milner branch of the Edmonton Public Library to promote the new tour, wearing the juvenile T-Rex suit.
These aren’t my pictures, but the ones posted to the EPL Facebook. He was only there for about five minutes, but made a good show of it, stomping around and tossing his head, sticking his nose out to be petted. Nobody seemed to mind the visible legs in the costume, and a lot of kids drew back, while a few of those cried.
Note the bristles on the suit, which weren’t there before: the presenter claimed that this version of the arena show would add feathers to the dinosaur costumes and animatronics for the sake of accuracy.
Which means I have an excuse to go again—awright!
The same group also put on a “How to Train Your Dragon” stage show, also.
Neatorama recently assembled a fantastic collection of awesome children’s beds. These are a few of our favorites:
Bonnie in Jupiter, FL created a dinosaur-themed bedroom featuring a painted T-rex whose 3D head comes out of the wall to be the bed. The red bedding in a nice touch, since you’d be sleeping inside the dino’s mouth. What strange dreams a kid must have after falling asleep while staring at a giant reptilian uvula.
Posh Tots makes a viking ship bed so fancy that even the vikings themselves would’ve been envious - which means they’d probably raid the house and steal the bed, right?
The giant Spider-Man bed is the work of Incredibeds. Who wouldn’t feel more secure sleeping on the belly of an enormous superhero? Maybe they can make us the giant snoozing Totoro bed we’ve always dreamed of.
Whoa. It’s mega advanced but it’s cool.
Sketching more friendly t-rexes while waiting at the mechanic.
all fandoms have that one fucking overused quote that is on 99.9% of the edits