You know what’s weird? Denver the Last Dinosaur’s theme song:
Now, I know that song. My ex-wife Babette knows that song. Neither of us ever remember seeing a single episode of Denver the Last Dinosaur. What’s the deal with that? What’s even more odd is the fact that after I watched the above clip last night I blanked out. I then woke up this morning fully dressed, covered in grass stains, with a sniper rifle in my hands with no memory of the previous night.
I don’t think I’m brainwashed or anything, but seriously, Denver the Last Dinosaur is the kindest, bravest, warmest, most wonderful ancient reptile I’ve ever known in my life.
As a side note, since the theme song has been repeating in my head so much that it reminds me of when me and Babette came up with other words. Some of my favorites were:
“Denver the Last Dinosaur, buys his Cheerios at the grocery store.”
“Denver the Last Dinosaur, don’t be afraid he’s a herbivore.”
“Denver the Last Dinosaur, went to Nevada to hire a whore.”
I also wonder what “so much more” means in the song. He’s your friend… and so much more? Anyone else have an idea what possibly could be the “so much more” in the Denver the Last Dinosaur theme song?