Triceratops Says “Wub.”

6 x 12, mixed media on board

Let’s be clear—this is not “love” pronounced as “wub.” That would be saccharine. Triceratopses just say “wub.” Well known science fact.

At least, the young ones do. The older ones say “gronk.” Stegasaurs say “moo.” Anklyosaurs go “Hmmph!” and ignore you thereafter.

Look, I don’t make the rules.

Original for sale, prints available and all that good stuff!

  • reply Andrew Ragland ,

    Now you have to do a painting of a disdainful ankylosaur blatantly ignoring people.

    • reply Jamie G ,

      So, I’m waiting another seven years before I have kids. I have shit to do, dang it, like finish my degree, get a job, and actually enjoy having sleep and and alone-time with my SO.

      ….that being said, damn but all your adorable dinosaurs REALLY make me want to design a nursery. I might not be putting anything in it for almost another decade, but boy or girl or other, there will be wubbing and hadrosaurs having tea and nervous-looking velociraptors cuddling T-rex plushies.

      • reply Alaina ,

        this is so cute.. i must have it.. it will go on my bedroom wall until the time in which i have children.. or it will just stay on my wall.. hmm.. but i agree, we need to see the ankylosaur ..

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