What really happened. .. Oh... --- that explains. marshmellows extinction Dragons dinosaurs
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#28 - goatlegguitar (06/23/2011) [-]
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#2 - littlebluebox (06/23/2011) [-]
Oh...   
  
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that explains.
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that explains.
#101 to #41 - anon (06/23/2011) [-]
chocolate sawce...
#3 - infernoburrito (06/23/2011) [-]
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#85 - crazyinfamous (06/23/2011) [-]
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#72 - tetragramozoid (06/23/2011) [-]
That... was the greatest story EVER!!!!!!
#51 - nwmirite (06/23/2011) [-]
I like how people are actually trying to make sense of this.. It's a 			*******		 joke.
I like how people are actually trying to make sense of this.. It's a ******* joke.
User avatar #4 - Jboyy (06/23/2011) [-]
I was listening to System of a Down...
And Aerials came on, and I clicked the next button on the picture right before this. The music at 4:00 of Aerials is so fitting...
User avatar #90 - Jackitack (06/23/2011) [-]
if the dinosaurs were diabetic, they wouldn't eat the marshmallows...it would make them sick and kill them....
#107 to #90 - Matengel (06/23/2011) [-]
they still need sugar, without sugar they would also gert sick and die. the trick is to always have the right amount of sugar and equal it out with the inculin (horribly misspelled)
#96 to #90 - lithalext (06/23/2011) [-]
unless they were S&M dinosaurs.
#95 to #90 - bouncingbananas (06/23/2011) [-]
Maybe it wasn't the asteroid after all...
Pic unrelated
User avatar #111 to #95 - footballmaniac (06/23/2011) [-]
^^^^^ I can still fap to this. :P
#136 - akkere (06/23/2011) [-]
Gigantic living creatures capable of producing an abnormal amount of glucose that it equates to their living tissue, only to be rendered extinct by dinosaurs that somehow gained diabetes and are capable of manipulating fire and have deductive reasoning to note that they breathe a gas that is flammable, and therefore light it and use it as a weapon against said gigantic glucose producing creatures.

Seems Legit.
#82 - theyummuffin (06/23/2011) [-]
I actually don't get that last frame... someone plz explain...... I feel stupid
#84 to #82 - klutzymudkip (06/23/2011) [-]
There was a dragon in the marshmallows.
#87 to #84 - theyummuffin (06/23/2011) [-]
wut the hell, that doesn't make sense
#89 to #87 - klutzymudkip (06/23/2011) [-]
Did you not see the fire?
#91 to #89 - theyummuffin (06/23/2011) [-]
it really doesn't look like there's a dragon inside the marshmallow..?
#93 to #91 - klutzymudkip (06/23/2011) [-]
Dragons ate the marshmallows. They still would IF they were still alive. That was a marshmallow truck. Dragons eat marshmallows. There was a dragon in the marshmallow truck.
#97 to #93 - bouncingbananas (06/23/2011) [-]
It wasn't IN the garbage truck. The flames came from the top right corner. The dragon is above and right of the pic
#98 to #97 - klutzymudkip (06/23/2011) [-]
O.O I didn't even notice!

Well then there was a dragon trying to get the marshmallows from the truck. And that was NOT a garbage truck, it was a marshmallow truck.
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#6 - apocprophet (06/23/2011) [-]
Generally as a creatures food source decreases, there numbers would decrease as well. therefore giving the food source a chance to grow again, with this food source increasing the predators numbers will also increase. This will continue till a plateau is reached, which is when the food source and the predator survive without to much decrease or increase in either numbers. An example of this would be if you took a large empty area, put many deer there, and a few wolves, the few wolves would have to much to eat and would grow large families, causing the deer population to dwindle, leaving to little food for the wolves, they would die out slowly, and the deer population would slowly grow again, so on and so forth until a plateau is reached. Therefore, this story is not valid!
Generally as a creatures food source decreases, there numbers would decrease as well. therefore giving the food source a chance to grow again, with this food source increasing the predators numbers will also increase. This will continue till a plateau is reached, which is when the food source and the predator survive without to much decrease or increase in either numbers. An example of this would be if you took a large empty area, put many deer there, and a few wolves, the few wolves would have to much to eat and would grow large families, causing the deer population to dwindle, leaving to little food for the wolves, they would die out slowly, and the deer population would slowly grow again, so on and so forth until a plateau is reached. Therefore, this story is not valid!
User avatar #94 to #6 - ICEDgrunge (06/23/2011) [-]
Unless the predator wipes the prey species to an actual extinction, then the predator species would go extinct as well.
#11 to #6 - tigermax (06/23/2011) [-]
Uh, they were diabetic dinosaurs, so eating the marshmellows would kill them anyway, irrelevant post is irrelevant.
User avatar #18 to #11 - madhattergirl (06/23/2011) [-]
Yeah, I actually thought it was going to explain their extinction. If they were diabetic and ate the marshmallows they would die and the marshmallows in return were eaten to near extinction.
#19 to #18 - tigermax (06/23/2011) [-]
exactly
User avatar #9 to #6 - sledmondson (06/23/2011) [-]
actually you're wrong, it entirely depends on the amount of prey eaten per predator over a period of time and the time it takes for the prey to reproduce. if the predator is really successful it could wipe out the whole population before the prey has time to reproduce and reach that plateau, this may be due to a long gestation period or low numbers of births. this happens frequently with populations being completely destroyed by the introduction of new species into foreign areas. this example can be explained by the dinosaurs learning to ignite their breath. and before you retort, a prime example of population extinction through over predation is the extinction of dodos due to the introduction of humans
#7 to #6 - captainbackslash (06/23/2011) [-]
And there you ruined the joke.
User avatar #10 to #7 - sledmondson (06/23/2011) [-]
it's okay i rescued it =]
#12 to #10 - nire (06/23/2011) [-]
still seems pretty ruined to me. The joke loses all meaning when it has to be completely explained  
  
<<< you made Stitch cry
still seems pretty ruined to me. The joke loses all meaning when it has to be completely explained

<<< you made Stitch cry
User avatar #13 to #12 - sledmondson (06/23/2011) [-]
i didn't make stitch cry the guy trying to ruin the joke with flawed science did =[
User avatar #105 to #13 - apocprophet (06/23/2011) [-]
For a population to grow in the first place, they have to adapt to survive, so unless you don't believe in Darwin's theory of evolution, the odds are towards survival, the main reason for extinction of most species is human's, because we're to greedy.
#16 to #6 - anon (06/23/2011) [-]
so....what did the giant marshmallows eat?
User avatar #35 to #16 - DrJanItor (06/23/2011) [-]
Nightmares and dead wasps
User avatar #100 - sleepyweasel (06/23/2011) [-]
diabetic sugar eating dinosaurs? Mother of god i can relate that much more to dinosaurs!
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