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  1. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >more end Cretaceous stuff
    Fricking yawn, won't watch.

  2. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Season 2 leak, new trex scenes:
    >T.rex doing a mud bath with a cheerful music
    >T.rex being intimidated by an hadrosaur
    >T.rex sleeping during 5 minutes

  3. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I hate the speculative bits so much in Prehistoric Planet. Why do all the dinosaurs acts like tropical modern birds? Muh guy with glasses and big forehead said that dinasaouar will be no longer portrayed like "monsters"! Muh Youtuber with feathered raptor profile picture said that it was accurate so i trust him, WWD was shit haha 25 meters liapleuradon??? Bullshit, the truth is in Prehistoric Planet! Shitposting aside, PP is really aimed toward depicting dinosaurs like gentle Disney creatures and it is also as inaccurate as WWD. The first scene with the swimming rex is already fiction, for the sake of portraying dinosaurs differently.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >The first scene with the swimming rex is already fiction
      How?

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        How do you expect it to swim? I suppose nurex inflates itself like a baloon and floats to new lands huh?

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          Why would it not be able to swim? Most large animals are capable swimmers and we know terrestrial theropods could swim. It is more unrealistic to believe that it couldn’t

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            Let's see shall we. Hippo can swim because entire body had evolved to do so. Elephant can walk along bottom and use the trunk to breathe but not really swimming. Rhino avoid the water. Well these are four footed animal. The ape can all swim including human why? Because of the arms. And flat like feet help to paddle. Ok ok how about the birds? Well ones with wings use them to paddle. Ducks had webbed feet. Ostritch and such avoid swimming altogether but will use their wings to help. So T rex has two feet which are not webbed, useless arm that can't help him at swimming, not very fat to be insulated and no fur or feather, live in arid environment, and even the tail is stiff so worthless for paddling. So how is he swimming? I guess he stand on his tippy toes and poke his nose out of the water lol. Next you will claim that velociraptor was flying over mongolia like a vulture.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Elephant can walk along bottom and use the trunk to breathe but not really swimming
              >google "swimming elephant."
              >videos of elephants swimming

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Lolno. They use their fat to be slightly buoyant. You will never see them dive or swim in the ocean. Infact they rarely even go into water deep enough to cover their back. Know why? Pressure on their lungs make it difficult to breathe.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Elephant can walk along bottom and use the trunk to breathe but not really swimming
              This is bullshit lmao. Elephants are fantastic swimmers and can island hop. Of all three that you mentioned the hippo is the only one that can’t swim
              >So T rex has two feet which are not webbed
              Doesn’t matter, it’s legs are enormous and powerful. They don’t need to be webbed to swim. Nobody is saying it was semi aquatic
              >not very fat to be insulated and no fur or feather
              No fur or feathers is a good thing as it wouldn’t get weighed down by water
              >live in arid environment
              No it fricking didn’t. It lived in a pretty temperate region with forests and huge river deltas. Look up the biogeography of hell creek, you have no fricking idea what you’re talking about

              Lolno. They use their fat to be slightly buoyant. You will never see them dive or swim in the ocean. Infact they rarely even go into water deep enough to cover their back. Know why? Pressure on their lungs make it difficult to breathe.

              >You will never see them dive or swim in the ocean
              Yeah sure lmao

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                In the your video human handler force the elephant to go in the water. You see how it struggles.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                It doesn’t struggle. Elephants love the water, wild elephants do it too

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              > Hippo can swim.

              Actually, due to their relatively high density they tend to punt under water rather than swimming, that said given they reach a lot of Mediterranean islands and fricking Madagascar in prehistoric times, they probably can still traverse deep stretches of water quite well.

              > Elephants can walk along the bottom.

              Nah, they're actually more buoyant than hippos, you are right about one thing, their trunk allows them to swim efficiently even if they can't keep their head afloat, which is probably why they are so proficient at sea crossing (pressumibly that how elephants and their relatives reach some of the more remote Mediterranean and SEA islands which were never quite connected to the main land.

              > Rhino avoid the water.

              That's african rhinos, Indian and Javan Rhinoceros are proficient swimmers and actually love spending time on water.

              We have footprints that show that Theropods swam and living terrestrial birds are good swimmers (cassowaries spend a lot of time cooling and swimming in water), Tyrannosaurus range included wetlands and flooded forests which would become seasonally untraversable unless it could swim.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          He can handstand when he needs to

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          Let's see shall we. Hippo can swim because entire body had evolved to do so. Elephant can walk along bottom and use the trunk to breathe but not really swimming. Rhino avoid the water. Well these are four footed animal. The ape can all swim including human why? Because of the arms. And flat like feet help to paddle. Ok ok how about the birds? Well ones with wings use them to paddle. Ducks had webbed feet. Ostritch and such avoid swimming altogether but will use their wings to help. So T rex has two feet which are not webbed, useless arm that can't help him at swimming, not very fat to be insulated and no fur or feather, live in arid environment, and even the tail is stiff so worthless for paddling. So how is he swimming? I guess he stand on his tippy toes and poke his nose out of the water lol. Next you will claim that velociraptor was flying over mongolia like a vulture.

          Lolno. They use their fat to be slightly buoyant. You will never see them dive or swim in the ocean. Infact they rarely even go into water deep enough to cover their back. Know why? Pressure on their lungs make it difficult to breathe.

          In the your video human handler force the elephant to go in the water. You see how it struggles.

          You’re moronic

  4. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why did this show cause such contention again?
    I swear every single thing I heard about the show came packaged with some long as frick schizo rant, that still managed to explain nothing.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Why did this show cause such contention again?
      Schizo didn’t like how the dinos looked

  5. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    is it a coincidence that as dinosaurs appeared in media as feathered, more kids became trannies?
    i dont think so

  6. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    My biggest hope for Season 2 is that there's more segments focused on smaller animals like insects and fish, documentaries like Planet Earth always have at least one segment focused on a tiny animal per episode so it feels conspicuously absent from this show. It was the only problem I had with the first season, the ammonite and lizard sequences were the only segments not focused on a dinosaur, pterosaur or marine reptile.

  7. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Oh, hey, that's that dinosaur they found a perfect mummy of, isn't it? What are the odds of someday finding a mummified T-Rex?

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >What are the odds of someday finding a mummified T-Rex?
      one was found over a decade ago

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        You don’t mean the one all the creationists latched on to because it apparently had intact soft tissue do you

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      No. Its related in the same suborder, tho

  8. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    oh god the Wauf autist are gonna go wild again

  9. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I have a dumb pet peeve about this series and it involved the whole Carnotaurus mating dance.
    This concept was done years ago by Kosemen in the All Yesterdays book, using Majungasaurus as a model. Back then, it was a cool concept.
    But now that it reached the more mainstream paleomedia, I see left and right these autistic manchildren gushing over it like “OH MY GOD THATS SO HECKIN WHOLESOME, THEY’RE JUST LIKE REAL ANIMALS” and turn it into yet another braindead “accurate” paleontology meme. I hate it so much.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Back then, it was a cool concept.
      Nah, it wasn't even cool back then (or even particuluarly likely imo), but yeah it was fine as a one-off bit of speculation.
      But now we have dancing abelisaurids left and right and it's so painfully obvious how the idea started. You get one of these paleogays to come up with something and the rest all fall in line and meme it into redundancy overnight. They're all sharing the same brain with nary an original thought between them.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        The worst part is, the whole theory around seeing strange features in skeletal fossils and saying that “it’s for display and sexual selection” is such a fricking meme that needs to die. It’s a lazy throw-away theory for every single thing these so called experts can’t explain.
        For SKELETAL physical features to be used exclusively for sexual selection, it needs a high degree of variability between individuals AND also a clear presence/absence between sexes to imply sexual dimorphism. Usually, this shows not on the skeletal structure but on more volatile soft tissue (although exceptions exist in pterosaurs, for example, in which the crest size has a high degree of individual variability and is not a feature for the females). Why? Because sexually selective features are meant to be volatile and unstable, and the development is highly sensitive to lifestyle and nutritional availability. Because, you know, it serves as an INDICATOR to show how well-off the individual is and how fit it is to pass on its genes.
        If it shows as a strange feature in a bone, and it shows no real variability between individuals, then it most likely serves a more practical purpose than just “durr display feature”.
        Sorry, I just hate this mating display meme so much as a paleontology trope.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Because sexually selective features are meant to be volatile and unstable, and the development is highly sensitive to lifestyle and nutritional availability. Because, you know, it serves as an INDICATOR to show how well-off the individual is and how fit it is to pass on its genes.
          I might be moronic, but I never really understood that until just now. So, thanks for putting it in a really straightforward way.
          Any guesses on what the function of dimetrodon sails was?
          >Can't be sexual, no sexual dimorphism, little variation, no living macro-predators I know of have elaborate visual displays because it is too much of a handicap
          >Temperature regulation theory just doesn't seem to add up in terms of biomechanics
          >Predator-deterrent seems very unlikely given that they were the apex predator in their environment
          >Not solid enough for muscle attachment and that wouldn't make any fricking sense biologically
          >Fat humps don't need support
          Literally the only thing which I can think of is that they were some kind of weird camouflage to make them look like harmless edaphosaurids. I don't think that's a strategy any living tetrapod predator uses, but I've seen a spider which imitates ants in order to prey on them, and I think there are some fish which do similar.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            >>Can't be sexual, no sexual dimorphism, little variation, no living macro-predators I know of have elaborate visual displays
            you know very little

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              The lion's mane is not just a pointless display. It protects his neck, which is obviously of critical importance. Stupid catfricker.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            You are quite literally an imbecile.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            Don’t listen to the other anons, you brought up some really good points. One thing I have to say though that yes predators also have a visual sexual display, but that anon is moronic for using lions as an example because (see the explanation I gave on the post you’re replied to).
            That said, I don’t think the mimicry camouflage thing is a likely explanation. I think, depending on how hot the average temperature was during their time, thermoregulation is still the most likely practical use for their sail, especially considering that other animals during that time (such as the aforementioned Edaphosaurus) also have a similar feature. Think of basically how elephants use their ears to dissipate heat.
            There’s also a possibility that Dimetrodon and the like were also synapsids before they evolved mechanisms for heat dissipation such as perspiration, so they evolved the vascular sails as a main way to dissipate heat. But this is all just guess work, so who knows what the true function was, but it certainly better than just “it’s for attracting the grills”.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              >what was the purpose of Dimetrodon's sail
              >sail
              It was for sailing. It's in the name you absolute imbecile.
              Dimetrodon used its sail to propel itself across bodies of water, hunting fish and colonising far-flung islands.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Duh, of course. That was dumb of me, sorry.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Can't be sexual, no sexual dimorphism, little variation, no living macro-predators I know of have elaborate visual displays because it is too much of a handicap
            the problem with fossils, you cannot tell what is one species, because its very possible that different specimens were just sexually dimorphic of one species, or just a different phase of their life cycle, like anglerfish. it wouldnt follow any of the established conventions of extant animals, because they were one of the first predators on land, they were experimenting a lot since they dont have the 250 million years of adapting to living on land, they were fish 60 million years earlier

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          What if sphenacodons were just female dimetrodons?

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Where did all this just like real animals trash come from? Tigers are real animals they don't do gay shit, they hide in bamboo and eat porters. When they want to frick they piss on a tree and wait. Even many birds don't do elaborate ballet dances.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        It all started during the, I guess, the “enlightenment era” of paleontology which started at the late 2000s when people start wanting to depict dinosaurs as real animals and not just movie monsters. However, the paleogays who revolve their entire personality around the hobby wanted to feel smart and doubled down on this, spouting every single dinosaur “facts” which are really just contrarian pet theories to whatever their perception of “dinosaur pop culture” is, because they think subversion is cool.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          Have you never heard of a bird-of-paradise? For a board about Animals and Nature, you guys really don't seem to know much about Animals and Nature.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            >this one very specific group of birds in a very niche isolated environment in an isolated continent is a good representation for dinosaurs as a rule.
            Look, I’m not denying the possible weird biodiversity of extinct animals and how weird they can get, you’re missing my point. But the trend of hyperfocusing on showing off “possible weird speculative traits” without any rime or reason other than just to say “oh dinosaurs are weird, just like this very specific niche modern animal!” is the reason why the average layman is so confused about dinosaurs.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              > weird, just like this very specific niche modern animal
              most of the things showed are not really niche, those are quite common tbh

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Ducks are the most basal type of bird, closest to dinosaurs, and the majority of them just rape each other. Inb4 you cope with one of the handful of species out of hundreds that has a rudimentary mating display.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Ducks are the most basal type of bird, closest to dinosaurs
                >what are palaeognathae

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                And of the five extant species of your irrelevant petty argument only one of them dances around like a troony.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                One in five is a pretty big portion

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                They are more closely to ornithomimosaurs and oviraptorosaurs than to true birds.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                You can say this as many times as you like, still doesn’t make it true

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                that would make them even more basal than other birds

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              Actually to give credit, Carnotaurus itself lived on an island continent. (South America was isolated at the time)

              and unlike with tyrannosaurs or other theropods with "small" arms. Abelisaur arms were becoming vestigial and were definitely not used for anything like hunting, but they had a ball-and-socket joint so they could be rotated around a lot for whatever reason and they do show wear in that joint, so they used them for "something".

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >but they had a ball-and-socket joint so they could be rotated around a lot for whatever reason and they do show wear in that joint, so they used them for "something"
                The fact abelisaur arms didn’t really shrink much over the entire time period they existed and they all had that same ball joint really seems to suggest they weren’t vestigial

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Also they're massive should girdles. Though granted, those might had more to with anchoring thoracic muscles and the gastralia to help the animal breath.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Tigers eat shit anon.
        Literally, they deliberately eat shit.

  10. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I feel like this show, being as mid as it is, just goes to show that Wauf is purely contrarian at heart and gigantically disingenuous. Everyone and their dog (that they rape) on this board was jacking this show off non-stop going "ZOMG IT'S A HECKIN SPIRITUAL SUCCESSOR TO WWD!!11!", fast foward a month or 2 and every moron that was saying it was "good" are suddenly frothing at the mouth whenever it's brought up because 'woeknis' or something.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Naish has said that the second season will feature a nonbinary Trex, btw.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Never liked dino documentaries as an 80s kid CGI always looked moronic to me.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Scientifically inaccurate stop motion dinosaurs are pure kino

  11. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Boring reatarded fantasy made by braindead s0ijaks pretending to be '''scientists'''. Not gonna watch or god forbid pay for it.

  12. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I do wish someone would go for wild early triassic shit at some point.
    Still, I liked the show. Though they really need to frick off with putting flight feathers on dromaesaurids exceeding the singledigit kg weight range.
    And the Troodon fire segment was moronic.
    The pterosaurs were great in every episode, though. No surprise, considering who's advising the show.
    The plesiosaurs were great, too.
    But yeah, Walking with Dinosaurs made more questionable decisions, but its storytelling is dramatically superior.

  13. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Dat show was so BORING.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      watch jurassic world

  14. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I watched the first episode and i disliked it, everything that was good in the Walking with series isn't in Prehistoric Planet. Atmosphere sucks, presentation is boring, they display famous animals like t-rex or mosasaurs doing uninteresting shit. No story telling, it is just a species showcase, they managed to make dinosaurs lifeless and dull. Also stop it with the late cretaceous, we already saw these dinos hundred of times before. I hope it will not be the template for future paleo documentaries.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      I liked the series but completely agree on your points, WWD had a a much better presentation of the dinosaurs. Prehistoric Planet way of showing diferent dinosaur was boring and difficult to care about the individuals since we jumped every 10 minutes to a new animal.

      They showed a lot of more species compared to WWD because of this format but lose a lot of the engagement with viewers. In WWD we followed and cared for the protusuchus female, the diploducus growing up, elderly ornitocheirus and more, all in one specific era and place in the Mesozoic.

      And now we are still going to be stuck in the end cretaceous and there will be repeat species from season 1.

  15. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >another portion of sPeCUlaTeD s0i-shit
    Not interested.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Hand over every single life-reconstruction of all extinct species prior to the appearance of cave art.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        The problem is passing off fantasy art as life reconstructions. The specevo guys are at least honest. Stick to fossils.

  16. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Elden Ring DLC announced
    >Prehistoric Planet season 2 announced

    Finally, some good fricking news

  17. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Paleontology and Archeology need their own damn board at this point. It's basically impossible to start a dinothread without some imbecile intentionally stirring shit because they're bored.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      that or go to reddit like i do, really no sense trying to have actual discussions or content on Wauf at this point

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >go to Reddit
        >”feathers GOOD, scales BAD”
        >”guys I drew a dinosaur, is this LE ACCURATE?”
        >”idk bro, would be better if it’s more chonky”
        >”OH MY GOD YALL LOOK AT THIS NEW DISCOVERY THAT TOTALLY SUBVERTS OUR EXPECTATIONS, I FRICKING LOVE SCIENCE”
        >”They look like REAL animals now!”
        >repeat ad infinitum
        You know, for me, at least the conspiracy schizos of this board actually sparks arguments and make dinosaur discussions worthwhile. In reddit it’s always the same braindead shit parroted to oblivion that it’s just boring at this point.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          you seem to know a lot about reddit, either that or youre making shit up

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          >crying about a website being an echochamber
          ...Do you not know what site you're on?

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you want serious discussion start a serious topic.

  18. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Oh boy! I can't wait for more heckin yummy-wummy REAL ANIMALS™!!

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      define "real animal" for us moron, we'll wait. Oh wait, you can't, they're dead.

  19. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Spinobros... is it our time yet?

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Make spinosaurus so overpowered he takes on fricking sauropods
      >For some reason jobs to fricking RUGOPS

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Unfortunately no

      They're keeping the series in the Maastrichtian and the Campanian for "muh accuracy and material" which I can sorta understand.

      But goddamn dude I wanna see prehistory, not just the late cretaceous again for the 40 millionth time. Hope they do more non-dinosaur stuff since the pterosaur and marine reptile bits were easily the best parts.

      Still want Triassic or Jurassic era stuff. Triassic episode in Walking With Dinosaurs is still objectively kino.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Triassic episode in Walking With Dinosaurs is still objectively kino.
        this

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        talking about kino
        I hope someone else produces the modern equivalent of walking with beasts eventually

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          We may get that if agate does well

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Need a permian planet so bad

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Even if it wasn't set too late for spino to appear, I dont think any documentary that wants to age even slightly okay, even within a few years, wants to touch Spinosaurus with a 16 meter pole.
      Nobody seems to know what the frick it is, its simultaneously incapable of walking on land while also being incapable of swimming, depending on who you ask.

  20. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I’m sure we all cannot wait to see a million threads from the dinogay crying his eyes out over some insignificant detail

    • 12 months ago
      Sage

      >NOOOOOOOO YOU CANNOT JUST MAKE THE TEE RECKS LOOK NOTHING LIKE IT DID IN MY FAVORITE Hollywood STEVEN israeliteBERG MOVIE! IT NEEDS TO LOOK EXACTLY LIKE THE JP T-REX OR ELSE I'LL LITERALLY CRY AND KILL MYSELF, NOOOOO!

  21. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm just surprised they got Attenborough again. I thought they'd get someone else honestly.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Attenborough has no standards anymore, and I think he might be hurting for cash, considering all the cringe shit he's been doing in the last decade.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        The shit that’s come out in the last decade has included some of the highest quality documentary productions ever. He’s doing just fine

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        What has Attenborough done that so bad in the last decade beside believe in something that the norm to believe in nowadays?

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      It probably was produced as a single season and split into two for release, as in Shitflix originals.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        More likely they waited until the results of viewership numbers after first season released to see if they’d do a second

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          IMO, there are multiple lines of evidence that suggests the whole series was originally produced at the same time. Darren Naish was very cryptic in regards of sharing behind scenes information, which only made sense if the series was still in production.

          We also have concept art that features species that haven't appeared yet, as well as some skeletals released by Scott Hartman for species which have so far not appeared in the series. Finally there was the leaked test footage that showed unfinished sfx and includes species and scenes that haven't been featured yet.

          I'd wager the in location filming has been and scripting has been done for a while but the editing and sfx may still be being worked on.

  22. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    nose breasts

  23. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >May 22th
    Nice, that is not that far into the future.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >not that far into the future
      Are you sure it doesn't say 22 million years into the future?

  24. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Oh boy more heckin chonkers with feathers and neck waddles. Can't wait

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >heckin

      Oh boy! I can't wait for more heckin yummy-wummy REAL ANIMALS™!!

      >heckin
      ...Here's your (You) samehomosexual.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah, different people who are both imitating the same group of people will tend to sound the same. Real mindblowing stuff, moron.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          Anon-kun, it's not that hard to use a VPN, don't play dumb now.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            So ask yourself which is really more likely here, that I went out of my way to use a VPN to samegay or that we're actually just 2 people?
            One is the clear choice, but it involves admitting you're wrong so of course you won't do it.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              the paleo-schizo (You)
              resets his router 30 times a day to samegay the shit out of every dinosaur thread

              we've all seen him (You) do it.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Shameful display.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            the paleo-schizo (You)
            resets his router 30 times a day to samegay the shit out of every dinosaur thread

            we've all seen him (You) do it.

            Oh no! Dat moronic schizo buttsniffer is still moronic, still schizo and still sniffs butts. Unbelievable!

            t. probably paleo-schizo (one of)

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              >no u
              Thanks for admitting your concession 😉

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Lurk more homosexual

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