this made me sad
T-Rex, you need to pay more attention to what's going on around you.
That's not how time travel works. That's alternate dimensions.
That's also not how time travel works!
By definition, I guess they would. Good work T-Rex.
I guess that might be thematically appropriate.
No, T-Rex, that is not an ethical use of time travel!
Come on T-Rex, at least let him get to the question!
Okay, then don't go back in time! See if I care!
Well, yes. Yes you could.
You have some awesome friends, T-Rex.
(This one I screencapped because it was just so nonsensical that the image of T-Rex saying it made me laugh for about a minute for some reason)
Well, that's an odd change to make, T-Rex.
(And of course, the most to-the-point one I found:)
Morris is the bug on T-Rex's nose. You should be ashamed of yourself for forgetting that.
In Which T-Rex makes a silly mistake.
In Which T-Rex accidentally puts a poster on sale.
Okay that's technically not an excange, but I DON'T CARE!
Apparently, "going back in time" is also an obscure term for some screenwriting technique or other:
Maybe it means... flashback?
I think this one speaks for itself.
In Which T-Rex Reveals Future Truths:
In Which T-Rex Reveals the Mechanism:
In Which T-Rex is Immodest:
In Which T-Rex Discusses Expenses:
In Which T-Rex Confirms This Supposition:
In Which T-Rex Denies This Supposition:
In Which T-Rex Has Big Plans:
In Which T-Rex Doesn't Understand Time Travel:
In Which T-Rex Searches For a Limited Resource:
In Which T-Rex Writes His Own Epitaph:
In Which T-Rex's Partner is Lost:
In Which T-Rex is Sarcastic About a Party:
In Which T-Rex Meets the Love of his Life Too Early:
In Which Time Travel is Unfulfilling:
In Which T-Rex Stars in 'A Sound of Thunder':
In Which T-Rex's Career Plans Are Ruined:
In Which T-Rex Meets Bill and Ted:
In Which T-Rex Discovers his True Calling:
In Which T-Rex Might Have an Origin Story:
In Which T-Rex Plans to Gather Evidence:
In Which T-Rex Gives a Dire Warning:
In Which T-Rex Discovers a Belated Solution:
In Which T-Rex Needs a Date for the Date:
T-Rex seems to believe his temporal dislocation is due to having friends:
And so he replaces them with mental simulations:
So what did you do with the rest of your day? Oh, I just spent it in the past.
T-Rex, reversed time shenanigans is no excuse for espousing egocentric philosophies:
T-Rex went back to February?
Oh, wow! New Utahraptor text! T-Rex is weirded out!
This will change the balance of things, don't you agree?
But that's alright because T-Rex is here to save the day!
Looks like we've got new exchanges now huh:
Utahraptor and T-Rex are startled to find out the results of the infographic's analysis. I feel T-Rex's disappointment.
I love these and I love when they're hilarious because I kinda get the credit! Even though all I did was throw a bunch of words in a pile and select some out. Still: CREDIT
I think maybe T-Rex was consulting the infographic, but couldn't figure out which one was supposed to be him. Anyway, T-Rex apparently went out of his way to pay more than necessary for his copy - it's only $16 plus shipping at Topatoco:
Maybe that's why he's trying to claim all the infos for himself:
. . .
I don't think Lord English was responsible for the new book, T-Rex.
On a tangential note, I... uhh, now I can't get the picture of T-Rex hatching from Doc Scratch's head out of my head. And maybe stomping on things with a cue stick pegleg?
Run, Utahraptor! T-rex is on to you!
T-rex would not be a great critic?
I think this reaffirms that T-Rex IS the great critic of our times.Originally Posted by Ryan North's newspost
I saw this one and I was like THE SCANDAL REVEALED