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Dinosaur Animal Crackers

So obvious, yet so not-posted-yet
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'nuff said.
Vernon, Sep 14 2011

Dino Cookies http://www.parkersc...m/Dino-cookies.html
[Klaatu, Sep 14 2011]

Dinosaur Cookies in a cute box http://www.alleewil...k-dinosaur-cookies/
[Klaatu, Sep 14 2011]

Dino Graham Crackers http://www.tumblr.c...aur+graham+crackers
[Klaatu, Sep 14 2011]

Extinct_20Animal_20Crackers [FlyingToaster, Sep 14 2011]

Dino Snacks http://youtu.be/38cboc8pHxg
[Klaatu, Sep 14 2011]

Dinosaur Animal Crackers http://allergickid....wheat-crackers.html
(Garlic & Rosemary Wheat) [swimswim, Sep 14 2011]

don't forget dino gummies http://www.google.c...AQ&biw=1024&bih=651
[xandram, Sep 14 2011]

Interlocking Dinosaur Crackers http://www.oakridge...saur-3d-wood-2.html
[swimswim, Sep 15 2011]


       Nice try with the links, guys, but "close only counts in horseshoes and hand-grenades". Cookies and crackers are two different confections. And animal crackers typically are not graham crackers. And while most dinosaurs are extinct, they weren't included on the "extinct animal crackers" idea-list (which was about much-more-recently-extinct critters).
Vernon, Sep 14 2011

       your shortest idea yet, V?
po, Sep 14 2011

       [po], no, "Neck Bolts" is my shortest (total words including title and subtitle and main text). And likely to stay that way.
Vernon, Sep 14 2011

       I'd hate to see the size of the box they come in.
RayfordSteele, Sep 14 2011

       This would be especially cool if the crackers were not whole dinosaurs but bones that could interlock into a larger dinosaur. It would look like -link-.
swimswim, Sep 15 2011

       Sort of baked; back in the '80s, The Smithsonian Museum of Natural History gift shop sold cookie-cutter sets that made sugar cookies in shapes that, once baked, could be assembled into simple models that vaguely resembled your standard four, steggy, bronto, triceratops, and, of course, good ol' Rexy. Last time I was there they didn't have them (probably for the sole reason that my wife wanted them for some inexplicable reason.)   

       The only place I could find an example of these was on E- bay, so I didn't link to it. If you absolutely have to see them for yourself (they're pretty disappointing), do a product search for 'Smithsonian dino cookie cutter' and be prepared to wade through about 60 search results that have little if anything to do with cookies, dinosaurs, and/or the Smithsonian Institute. You might get lucky.
Alterother, Sep 16 2011

       Could the range be extended to include dinosaur shaped sacramental breads?   

Twizz, Sep 20 2011


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