Wednesday, March 31, 2010


One of the unique properties of mammals is their ability to produce milk, that nourishing emulsion of tiny globules of fat in water. Heck, I'm feeling thirsty just writing those words. Dinosaurs couldn't produce milk, being descended from the reptilian archosaurs, but that doesn't mean they can't be used to spread the milk gospel. For your consideration, I present a set of Canadian commercials for milk, likely inspired by the Ice Age movies.

First, a Pteranodon. Incidentally, while pterosaurs lifting humans off the ground has been around for a long time, it's not something to fear. It's not happening.

Next, some nude raptors...

And stick around for the stinger at the end of this one...

And I've saved the fart joke for last. As is customary.

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