Dino-toons: Friday Fictioneers

This is the Friday Fictioneer’s answer to the New Yorker’s weekly Cartoon Caption Contest.

Each week Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a pic to write a 100 word story about.

This week it’s prehistoric humor.

© Douglas M. MacIlroy

© Douglas M. MacIlroy

           

    Dino-toons

The guy who owns it is a writer. He calls it his thesaurus.
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No one tells me to put some skin in the game.
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Fred, I really think you need to do something fast.
He said he just ate our next-door neighbor.
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Let’s play basketball: shirts and bones.
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Honey, how’s that metal sculpture of me you promised to make coming along?
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Ooh, that white mask is really hot!
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He said his name is The Lone Raptor and that he’s looking for Tonto-saurus Rex.
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Ginger, your mother is here!
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Coffee or Tea, Rex?
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I’m sorry but singing “I love you. You love me”
will not convince anyone that you were once Barney.
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We had to put him out here because the bed wasn’t big enough for the three of us
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Randy Mazie

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48 thoughts on “Dino-toons: Friday Fictioneers

  1. Absolutely brilliant!
    Honey, how’s that metal sculpture of me you promised to make coming along? This one has to be my favourite.
    Refreshing and laugh out loud funny. Thank you 🙂

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