The first dinosaur videos were created back in 2006 and they’ve remained on YouTube for over a decade.
The videos depict dinosaurs, birds, and other creatures that look almost exactly like us in the flesh, which has inspired a plethora of memes, parodies, and parodies of the footage.
One of the most well-known parodies is “Peppa Pig,” a clip of the Disney cartoon character that’s been viewed more than 8.3 billion times.
And then there’s the internet meme “dinosaur porn,” which has spawned over 5.6 million GIFs and videos of animals licking and kissing each other in a variety of sexual positions.
There’s even a dinosaur porn parody channel called “The Dinosaur Porn Channel.”
The “douchebag” meme started out as a parody of an Instagram account for a pet-friendly restaurant called Petco, and has since evolved into an internet phenomenon.
There are now dozens of websites and videos devoted to the phenomenon, ranging from a YouTube channel to an Instagram feed to the Animal Planet website to a podcast.
There have even been videos made for other popular films such as “Crocodile Dundee,” “The Great Wall of China,” “Bully,” and “Zootopia.”
So how did all of this happen?
The internet has a way of getting its facts wrong.
It can also be confusing when it comes to the actual origins of dinosaurs.
For example, when a dinosaur was first found in 1839, many people thought it was a piece of wood.
Today, there are over 20,000 species of dinosaurs and some species have been extinct for thousands of years.
There is also debate over whether or not the dinosaurs were extinct when they were first discovered.
It’s not clear if the ancient Egyptians or Romans were the first people to discover the dinosaurs, but it is certain that they were.
In addition, there have been a lot of videos made from the original footage of the ancient Egyptian gods and goddesses, as well as videos made by humans from around the world.
The origins of the “dudettes” can be traced back to a single person named “Peggy Pig,” who went viral in 2006 when she posted an “animated” video of herself licking and sucking a dinosaur.
In 2011, a YouTube video of the clip was made, with more than 12 million views.
That same year, another viral video featuring a female celebrity kissing a dinosaur went viral.
There has been a steady stream of parody videos and YouTube videos, and the “duchebag meme” has become a trending topic on the internet.
Some have even called it “The Dumbest Trend on the Internet,” and even the website Vimeo has been named “The Most Popular YouTube Channel on YouTube.”
While many of the parodies are made to parody specific clips of the original video, many of them have been made to mock other videos that feature the same creature.
The “Dinosaur Porn Channel” has featured a parody video for “Bump in the Night” from “A Christmas Story,” for instance.
Other videos that mock the “Dude in the Corner” clip from “Frozen” are also popular.
The parody videos also make fun of the fact that some of the dinosaur videos on YouTube have been removed due to copyright violations.
For instance, the parody of “Foo Fighters” has been pulled from YouTube after being deemed offensive to animals.
There were even videos made to ridicule “The Walking Dead” by mocking the character Rick Grimes, who is a member of the show’s undead crew.
In many cases, the parodists have tried to make a point that they don’t think the dinosaurs ever existed, but instead that the internet has misinterpreted their words.
Some parodies have even mocked the dinosaur-lovers themselves.
“Peppermint” parody video, for instance, features a male dinosaur, dressed in a pink dress, licking his lips.
The video ends with a woman saying “So, you guys, what are you gonna do about it?
You’ve just turned the internet into a giant dildo factory.”
“The Duck Soup Channel” parody has been widely viewed by many people on the site.
In the video, a woman says, “Oh my god, Peppermint, you look so good, you smell so good.”
“Dolphin and Whale” parody, meanwhile, has been viewed by nearly 7 million people, according to a Google Trends report.
The parodies also often take a satirical turn.
The original video of “The Dick in the Box” from Disney’s “Fantastic Mr. Fox” has garnered more than 2.5 million views on YouTube.
In one parody video of a dog eating a dolphin, the video ends “He’s a real good guy.
He just loves to eat dolphins and whale.
I bet you’ll be the first one to admit that you’re probably wrong about this.”