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I hate to admit that I'm still a lil terrified from this "nightmare", but it was too hilarious not to share!
I went to a museum with one of my girl friends. She was in medical school and needed to visit for a paper/project. We arrived and I learned that it was velociraptor day. Apparently this museum had 4 of them out for display. So we take our seat, and I further discovered that they weren't fossils we would be seeing.... because they lead the raptors out on leashes! The raptors went thru their introduction and then just hung out with the crowd. The museum person said that they won't attack unless they feel they could subdue you. Well, one of the raptors looked at us -- we had positioned ourselves in the catwalk area slightly above the museum floor. And he jumped up on the railing! We crouched to the floor with terror and called for help. The museum guy told us that if we kept acting like that the raptor would attack, but he started to come get him. I decided to be brave and tried to scare the creature, only to have it backfire. It took a swing at me! The museum guy came and distracted the raptor and we went down the slide that was there. I was ready to book it outta there, but my friend told me she had to stay for the real presentation inside the building. I said no way! And we ended up taking another slide outside. As we were doing so, we saw The Bachelorette from tv being filmed, and she had just let the last guy go. Some guy was singing a song about it and the poor rejected man didn't know whether to cry or laugh. So he did an odd mixture of both.