By Maggie Koerth-Baker at 3:59 pm Tue, Sep 7, 2010
I find this site, full of coloring-book images of dinosaurs altered into pretentious cool kids, incredibly charming.
Thanks to the awesome Ashley Stubblefield!
100 percent genius and hilarious. Reminds me of the time an old boyfriend and I were flying and we turned the airline’s kids’ coloring book into a porn rag. We laughed SO hard, our flight felt like it was about 5 minutes long.
@Molly23 is awesome.
Oh my GOD I know so many people like this. Absolute genius.
These were a hoot. I’m kinda glad I’m slightly too old and WAY too uncool to actually know people like this. I’m sure deep inside they’re very nice.
These were a hoot. I’m kinda glad I’m slightly too old and WAY too uncool to actually know people like this
I don’t run into these people in real life either. I know the stereotype more from the Internet than from experience.
But these human afflictions and affectations are far from unique to hipsters.:-)
All it takes is smoking American Spirits and drinking PBR to be hip??
(if I smoke Basics and drink Pliny the Elder does that make me more or less hip I wonder. . .)
Tho’ all the musical references are over my head, so I guess I’m just. . .old.
(‘This volcano has no integrity’. . .hee hee!)
This makes Molly’s third appearance on BoingBoing, from three different editors. Not that I’m complaining, mind you.
Ornithomimid: Beaks used to be cool, before everyone started evolving them…
Hipsters ruin everything.
And they always have.
I have to say, I think the Elliott Smith Dinosaur is correct.
And Molly fits the cute girl playing ukulele meme, too.
I’m like, I’m like I’m a Diplodocus right?
I am supposed to have a pointy thumb to jab at fools, right?
Now! They have me walking on all fours like some chump brontosaur. . .that fucking sucks yo!
Bitch ass Paleontologists. . .
What? The Triassic was a horrible period of bottomed-out biodiversity bookended by the largest and second-largest mass extinctions of the Phanerozoic Eon! The Cretacious — now that was a time of plenty!
Oops … misspelled Cretaceous, same way it was ALMOST misspelled above!
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