Sue The T-Rex Got Owned On Twitter By Merriam-Webster's Dictionary
By Anthony Todd in Food on Jun 13, 2017 8:29PM
Sue the T-Rex. Photo via Twitter.
As we've pointed out before, Sue the T-Rex's twitter game is on point. Like, seriously on point. But she's not the only good Tweeter on the internet, and yesterday, she got owned.
It started innocently enough.
YOU HAVE BEEN RANDOMLY SELECTED TO OFFER FEEDBACK FOR THIS TWITTER FEED. WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO SEE MORE OF HERE?— SUE the T. rex (@SUEtheTrex) June 12, 2017
Well, if you're going to pick a random feud, why not the dictionary? Their twitter feed is known for poking fun at Donald Trump, right?
Comin' for you, @MerriamWebster— SUE the T. rex (@SUEtheTrex) June 12, 2017
Well, it didn't go well.
We're out of your reach.— Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) June 12, 2017
Get it? T-Rex had tiny arms.
Sue tried to recover.
🎵 "You got the kind of loving that can be soooooo smooth /— SUE the T. rex (@SUEtheTrex) June 13, 2017
Gimme a T. rex, make it feeeeel, or else forget about it." 🎵
(Santana solo)🎸 pic.twitter.com/lv9JyD7cGh
(Gotta distract everyone from how @MerriamWebster owned me so hard online. I GET IT!— SUE the T. rex (@SUEtheTrex) June 13, 2017
I'll do that thing where I insert a T. rex in a song)
It didn't work.
No hard feelings, SUE?— Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) June 13, 2017
Let's shake han...err...wave and make up.
Twitter felt kind of bad for her.
SUE, don't forget you can still eat them. You don't need reach them when you have teeth that can be up to a foot long.— Kharla (@snovvqueens) June 13, 2017
But she got in the last word.
...but you're totally becoming the bad guy in my next D&D campaign.— SUE the T. rex (@SUEtheTrex) June 13, 2017