Raggedy Man

Just wow

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As the title says..

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Just saw this for 400 on our favorite auction site as 100% authentic.

 

One can clearly see its plaster and you can see the work marks..

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:hearty-laugh:

 

At least the crowns are real.

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Well you can color me impressed. Only $400 for something that authentic? Add to shopping cart. This is the best day ever.

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I saw it and it has only one nose hole and even mosasaur teeth, one RARE specimen

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I saw this on eBay. going for $500+ Canadian. I would love a peptosaur! (of the Pepto-Bismol family of dinosaurs). but this seller looks to be legit?? why would he be selling this??  

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14 minutes ago, indominus rex said:

I saw it and it has only one nose hole

The hole at the end of the snout is actually a bottle opener, the "nostrils" are on the top of the skull (so it can breathe while submerged).

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8 minutes ago, ynot said:

The hole at the end of the snout is actually a bottle opener

:rofl:

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25 minutes ago, Inner Amethyst said:

I saw this on eBay. going for $500+ Canadian. I would love a peptosaur! (of the Pepto-Bismol family of dinosaurs). but this seller looks to be legit?? why would he be selling this??  

 

Only 500CAD? and you don't own it yet? tsk tsk, you missed out!

 

I have a group of summer camp kids that could probably make something along those lines :P

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Looks like a deformed bowling ball.

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5 hours ago, ynot said:

The hole at the end of the snout is actually a bottle opener, the "nostrils" are on the top of the skull (so it can breathe while submerged).

Little Known Fact: This species of mosasaur is always invited to parties because none of the others can open their sodas, but he's pretty awkward and is avoided at all other social outings.

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19 hours ago, Ludwigia said:

Looks like a deformed bowling ball.

 

I was thinking bowling ball too

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On 13/07/2017 at 5:18 PM, ynot said:

The hole at the end of the snout is actually a bottle opener, the "nostrils" are on the top of the skull (so it can breathe while submerged).

Hahaha 

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This gave me my morning laugh.  Im now good for the rest of the day.

 

RB

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I'm having some ideas here ... For those who smoke a lot, this could be a great gift idea! :hearty-laugh:

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This is so ugly ... This is so horrible that it will discourage smoking ... :D

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14 hours ago, Seguidora-de-Isis said:

I'm having some ideas here ... For those who smoke a lot, this could be a great gift idea! :hearty-laugh:

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This is so ugly ... This is so horrible that it will discourage smoking ... :D

Haha

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Hi,

 

:hearty-laugh:

 

A good pic for an anti-smoking campaign. Look in which state at the abuse of cigarettes puts us ! I did well to stop 13 years ago !

 

Coco

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This genuinely looks like something I made at day care when I was 7 

I am speechless :rofl:

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-Joe

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:hearty-laugh::hearty-laugh::rofl::rofl:

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