"Be with me always—take any form—drive me mad! only do not leave me in this abyss, where I cannot find you! Oh, God! it is unutterable! I cannot live without my life! I cannot live without my soul!"
Brachisaurus was a once promising freeskater who got hit by the puberty monster and developed a big butt and thighs. However, with that big body she excels at figures, no one can do figures that are as sharply etched and cover as much ice as she does. If figures count 80% as one poster proposed, no one will be able to catch her no matter how poorly she does in the freeskate.
If the IJS is in place in go with T-Rex. His attack and determination to win along with his superior jumping ability will un-nerve his competitors. He is already doing quad-quads in practice. Even Chanosaurus and Plushenkosaurus will have a hard time racking up enough points to beat that. Plus he has reputation for being a king.
Purple and Michelle Kwan.
It's definately the off season then ?
^ The dinosaurs certainly think it's serious.
If this is to end in fire
Then we will all burn together
Pterodactyls would win because they could fly up and doing twenty revolution jumps.
Pterodactyls would be merely acrobats above the ice. The judges would never look past their skating skills . . . OR LACK THERE OF.
Everyone is so jealous of the pterodactyl's skating skills.
I heard the velociraptor was seen in Paris with David Pelletier. OR WAS IT HER SISTER???
Honestly. I get busy and miss out on the Trash Can polls for a week, only to find that the Velo-ubers are out in force once again!!!
Colour me displeased when a jumping bean comes out of nowhere and grabs the Olympic Gold Medal.
May the purple pox strike down the Veloco-ubers. Oh wait that is Barney isn't it?
The Brachiosaurs are the Trixie Schubas of the dino world. If compulsory figures are still in place in major competitions, they should be able to do enough to win. All they have to do is coordinate their forelegs with their hindlegs. In fact, bipeds like human Trixie Shubas should have nothing against the steadiness of the quadriped Brachiosaurs!