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Big Bag of Dinosaur Figures (50) - £1.00 @Poundland

£1.00 @ PoundLand
The 50 is an estimate cos there's loads in there - T-Rex, Stagosaurus, Raptor, The one with the really long neck etc + others I can't identify! Read More
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The 50 is an estimate cos there's loads in there - T-Rex, Stagosaurus, Raptor, The one with the really long neck etc + others I can't identify!
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#1
Cheers , will have a look in there on my way home today. My newphew will love these as an extra stocking filler for christmas.
1 Like #2
Brontosaurus :) the one with the long neck lol
#3
Thanks! I did see Jurassic Park (3 times at the cinema) and that was the one that sneezed on the girl when they were hiding up in that tree but I couldn't remember its name! :)
1 Like #4
Weapon X
Brontosaurus :) the one with the long neck lol


Because the internet thrives on pedantry...

The long necked dinosaur in Jurassic Park was a brachiosaurus.
Also the name brontosaurus has now disappeared from use because of misclassification in the late 19th century. The brontosaurus is well and truly extinct... i.e never really existed. The correct name for that particular beast would be apatosaurus. :)

I like dinosaurs!
#5
Hey cool thanks echo. I did do a search and tried to find the name before I posted but different sites were giving different names (I did see apatosaurus) so I just put the one with the long neck lol. X)
1 Like #6
The one with the long neck is just fine ;)

This does look like a good deal - great if you are doing party bags or making your own Christmas crackers. They actually look like nice little figures too.

Mind you I think Universal wouldn't be too impressed with the manufacturer's having nicked a picture of the T-Rex (or V-Rex if you prefer) from King Kong for the packaging!

Edited By: Dear Mr Echo on Dec 03, 2010 12:13
#7
Because the internet thrives on pedantry...

It's Stegosaurus.

I used to like dinosaurs, now I'm more of a zombie guy!

Edited By: bascule on Dec 03, 2010 18:03: Check punctuation when being pedantic.
#8
Are these edible?
#9
Doods1875
Are these edible?

No..... but they are so small don't be surprised if your child tries to eat them!

Total rubbish IMHO.


Edited By: etceteraz on Dec 03, 2010 19:55
#10
Got these for my son, great til you stand on them, hurts like hell
#11
FoX5
Thanks! I did see Jurassic Park (3 times at the cinema) and that was the one that sneezed on the girl when they were hiding up in that tree but I couldn't remember its name! :)


That was a Brachiosaur (worked at the cinema at the time must have seen JP about 500 times)
#12
This is the only thing my 3 1/2 year old daughter wants for christmas! Spotted them in poundland a while back and didnlt get them because they looked like they would get scattered/swallowed/stood on, but she keeps asking for them, tells everyone santa is bringing her teeny tiny dinosaurs, but my poundland stopped selling them! I will check tomorrow to see if they are back in stock, if they are you are a lifesaver! Did you pull that pic off the net and if so where?! I need a back up stockist.
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Hi the pic is from the poundland website. If you click on the 'go to deal' tab it will take you to the page. Your poundland probably ran out of stock as they wouldn't be on the website if they had stopped selling them.

Good Luck! :)
#14
Wash [as Stegosaurus]: Yes... yes. This is a fertile land, and we will thrive. We will rule over all this land, and we will call it... This Land.
Wash [as Allosaurus]: I think we should call it... your grave!
Wash [as Stegosaurus]: Ah! Curse your sudden but inevitable betrayal!
Wash [as Allosaurus]: Ha ha ha! Mine is an evil laugh! Now DIE!
Wash [as Stegosaurus, doing a Christopher Walken impression]: Oh no, God, oh dear God in heaven...

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