Speaking as a proud asexual, Valentines Day means nothing to me, but apparently there are a lot of people who enjoy wasting their money on cards and furry animals as part of the complicated human mating game. One important demographic which will not be around to celebrate Valentines Day 2008 is the dinosaurs. According to reports, they are all dead. This makes it extremely difficult to perform the most basic tasks, never mind buying gifts. That's why I'd like to ask each and every one of you to enjoy the following images from our forum goons of dinosaur-inspired love notes, while keeping in mind that many species depicted in these contributions are no longer with us. Unless they are hiding with Elvis and laughing it up at the fossils that the Illuminati planted.
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