Monday, January 22, 2007

What in the World

Courtesy of KQ.....



For our What in the World promotion today I have a special guest for you to meet.



May I introduce Bachelor #1...



Bachelor # 1 is a North American Scorpio, he enjoys long walks along swampy terrain, munching on salads and sports a 3 foot long crest on his head.



Who am I?



KQ's rules apply here as she is the judge of your answers.......check your spelling, and for goodness sakes make sure you give either his common name or scientific name!

8 comments:

b said...

Easy one. A brontosaurus.

Anonymous said...

Dear Mr. Bowman,

Unacceptable response. There is no Brontasaurus.
Please revise.

Regards,

KQ

b said...

Dear Ms. KQ

Further to your posting of 10:40 this morning, although I commend your ingenuity and creativity in hosting a 'what in the world', I feel that you may have underestimated your responsibilities in said hosting.

You are not free to post pictures of what is clearly a brontasaurus, and then make wild statements like "There is no Brontasaurus". I present to you:

1. Jurassic Park. This historically accurate documentary features indisputable evidence in a scene where the aforementioned brontasaurus is clearly visible; obviously being in full existence.

2. The Flintstones. This long-running favourite taught us what life was like when humans and dinosaurs interacted. Many times during this show the main character, a Fred Flintstone, would feast on "Brontasaurus Burgers". It would come as a great surprise, no doubt, to both Fred and his lovely wife Wilma if what they were eating was instead some sort of mystery meat, as you seem to imply.

In the unlikely event that the posted picture is not, in fact, a brontasaurus, I would submit for you review my guess that, based on the picture, it is the rare Hyper-colourasaurus, whose skin changed colour with the temperature. Like all dinosaurs, he roamed the earth during the Jurassic Period. Of course, his descendents would later go onto to make millions by exploiting this characteristic by transferring the idea to t-shirts.

If, in the future, you have any other misconceptions about dinosaurs, feel free to consult either myself, or my colleagues, Fred Flintstone or Barney Rubble, and we would be happy to be of assistance to you.

Yours,

B

Cynthia said...

Can't find anything but I will continue to try....

Cynthia said...

Okay - here you go:
Parasaurolophus???????????
I am pretty sure that is it....but let me know!

Lulu said...

B you freakin' kill might have to give you the award for the best comment posted thus far. Bravo to you!
Cynthia - I think you have it, but we have to wait for confirmation from the aforementioned KQ to be sure...

Anonymous said...

zvwuxwyDear Cynthia,

Correct! And you are a fantastic speller. Bonus points awarded.

Love (Even though I don't know you, but wish I did),

KQ

Cynthia said...

Sweet!!! I am an all-star! Just imagine me jumping and then kneeling down on one knee with my hands in the air, pointer fingers pointing up saying, "SUPER STAR!" hehe
Yeah, also with a five month prego belly! I think that could be quite amusing!