Why the dinosaurs ended

The dinosaurs had a council you see, and they were there to discuss a new creature, and a new vegetable. Ideas for them at any rate. Anyway, the dinosaurs wanted to have the vegetable before the animal. Oh, before we continue, the vegetable is a carrot, and the animal is a bunny rabbit (we’re just saying that to make it cuter). Anyway, the dinosaurs wanted the vegetable first. Bunnies are hard to catch because they’re tiny and fast, vegetables stay put and let you eat them. The gods (in actuality, the forces of nature/the universe, but this is to make it easier) got angry. “Bunny rabbits!” They wanted the cute stuff first (understandably, seeing as one of the females threw a tantrum when they suggested giving the idea of the hippo to go against the carrot), the vegetables could come later. The dinosaurs avoided P.E. class you see, unless they were supposed to do hunting practice. Anyway, the dinosaurs refused to back down, so the gods sent a meteor to teach them a lesson. Unfortunately, they did not check the meteor before they purchased it from the Spacial Convenience Store (Selling everything a god needs!), so it was too big, and too fiery, and destroyed all the dinosaurs. The end. What’s there to discuss? It’s so obvious.

And so so ridiculous it just might be true. XD

– LCD

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About Adaraschia

I'm an aspiring author and lover of mythology. And wolves and my sister's Apple Cobbler. And horse stuff. And... [signal blocked]
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4 Responses to Why the dinosaurs ended

  1. 65boy says:

    Wow you should write your own mini-series. Speaking of Dinos have you heard of that girl who found a fossil?

  2. LCD says:

    Thanks, I like writing…. I just don’t really publish my stuff that isn’t fanfiction on the internet. This has been the first exception. XD I’ll do another one in a few moments. And yeah I read your post about that, it was very interesting.

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