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    Thread: Just for fun - what kind of creature is the DFC logo?!

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      Default Re: Just for fun - what kind of creature is the DFC logo?!

      Oh Carys it is defo a dragon

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      Quote Originally Posted by Carys View Post
      Its wearing a blue hat, there isn't any fancy hair !!!!

      Anyway, Dragon's ALWAYS have wings - period.
      What blue hat, one of us is losing it now. puff the magic dragonlives by the sea

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      Quote Originally Posted by Carys View Post
      Its wearing a blue hat, there isn't any fancy hair !!!!

      Anyway, Dragon's ALWAYS have wings - period.
      I'm not so sure that it is wearing a blue hat... If you look very closely, they're actually blue eyelids and I think the sticky up bits are probably either hair or ears. On balance, given that he's got a different coloured belly, I'd also say it's a dragon. The size of the wings depends on the breed of dragon - some have smaller wings than others, so they could be folded up behind his back.

      I did create a higher resolution version of it a few years ago (think it was for posters or something - the version created in logo creator is low resolution for the internet), so you can see the detail more clearly... I'll see if I can can find it (it's buried in the depths of my hard drive somewhere...)
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      Yes please Vicki, if you could find it that might end this argument....that PIANIMO STARTED (with her innocuous question) !!!

      The size of the wings depends on the breed of dragon - some have smaller wings than others, so they could be folded up behind his back.

      What is tragic is that we are now all talking about dragons and t-rex dinosaurs as if they are both real and walking around. This is SO funny !!!

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      Sorry, but another point........the DFC green creature has no spikey things down the back of spine and tail.....and dragons ALWAYS have those but T-Rexes don't !!!!

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      Dragons do indeed have spikes down their spines and in some, but not all cases, their tail as well. Since they are mythical creatures, the appearance of the dragon depends entirely upon it's creator. Since the DFC creature is facing towards us and therefore it's spine is hidden from view, we can't tell whether or not it has spikes down it's spine .

      The T-Rex had three toes plus a dew claw on each foot, similar to the DFC creature. However, on it's 'hands', it only had two fingers (or claws), the DFC creature has four, so I reckon it's a dragon. Plus the DFC creature also has stripes on it's belly.

      Last edited by letsconnect; 17th March 2012 at 21:38. Reason: made picture bigger
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      Carys I know you are like inspector morse but there is no way you can see this DRAGONS back. How do you know what is hidden behind his back, and he is a he or do we have to debate that now

      DRAGON DRAGON DRAGON DRAGON, you know we are all going to end up in padded cells don't you, and another thing Pianimo started all this has she crept out somewhere and hid.

      Come out come out where ever you are, we will find you in the end.

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      Oh Jaylah and Carys you are just going to have to accept defeat, IT'S A DRAGON

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      I'm still leaning just a bit towards T-Rex
      You don't want to do that Jaylah, they are very bitey and angry creatures, you'll be chomped !!!

      Carole, until Vicki comes back with her 'blown up' image (to show that it doesn't have wings and is therefore a T REX ) we just going to have to be patient........

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      Default Re: Just for fun - what kind of creature is the DFC logo?!

      Quote Originally Posted by Carys View Post
      Carole, until Vicki comes back with her 'blown up' image (to show that it doesn't have wings and is therefore a T REX ) we just going to have to be patient........
      The larger image has been posted in my previous post... enjoy . The neck of the DFC creature is too thin for a T-Rex and also, they were not green and didn't have a stripey underside to their tail.
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