An alternative theory of dinosaur extinction says they were not wiped out by some earth catastrophe, but simply could not compete with the newly evolved animals - the mammals. Dinosaurs could not outrun, outjump, or outswim mammals when it came to catching food. Nor could they safeguard their nests and eggs from fast moving mammals, and gradually declined in numbers. All in all, dinosaurs were not sporty enough to compete with mammals and lost the evolution game.
Photoshop how dinosaurs COULD be great athletes who loved to play sports - show dinosaurs in any kinds of sports.
Many thanks to Tarkus for the themepost.
We know dogs love running, jumping, and even swimming. So they could become perfect athletes... if humans only allowed them.
Photoshop dogs participating in any official sports.
Many thanks to lucianomorelli for the themepost.
September 19 is International Talk Like a Pirate Day. 'Celebrations' of this Day started 1995 by John Baur ("Ol' Chumbucket") and Mark Summers ("Cap'n Slappy"), of the United States, who declared that on this day everyone should talk like a true pirate. The parodic tradition caught on and turned into a yearly holiday, to the great joy of the pirate fans all over the world. So remember when you see your co-workers this Friday, instead of usual "Hello" greet them with "Ahoy, me hearty!"
Take any official sports (or casual sports activities like jogging) and turn them into pirate sports.
Arrrrr, photoshop, mateys!
Reckon th' best sea dog in this contest will win DUBLOON!
The second best buccaneer will get th' silver, th' third one th' bronze, an' th' fourth one some wood!
Many thanks to pcrdds for the themepost.
When it comes to obesity, professional athletes are the last people to get obese, since they have to stay fit to perform.
Let us show how famous sports celebrities would look performing if they got fat.
Many thanks to AzureSky for the themepost.
Snail racing has been a popular event for many years, especially popular in China where people like to place bets on snails. World Snail Racing Championships have been held for 28 years at Congham, Norfolk, UK. The 2015 world snail racing championship was held on July 18 and the winner was a snail called George owned and trained by 31-year-old Dale Thorne. George completed the course in 2 minutes 45 seconds.
Photoshop snails in any kind of sport activity.
Many thanks to Lyina for the themepost.