This morning I visited the Redbridge Museum and Heritage Centre in Clements Road, Ilford, in the town centre. It’s a small civic museum featuring objects and ephemera from the borough of Redbridge from the Victorian era up to the 1990s. A fascinating snapshot into the history of our area, ideal for local history buffs and schoolchildren studying history projects. There’s no dino skeletons here but there’s a mammoth skull displayed just outside the museum.
Credits: Museum GIFs and Tumblr via GIPHY
Circa late Jurassic era – Gifvilleasaurus shahii – lived in primordial fern forests in what is now Gifville. It fed upon horse chestnuts and wild coriander (didn’t do ferns, really) and with its lean and muscular hind legs, this bipedal dinosaur as capable of hunting down unusual and elusive proto-GIFs. It also liked to play the sitar. A mortal enemy of the fat purple dinosaur, Barney.
Credit: Best Animations
The moment when you shake the cat treat bag and your cat hears.
Credits: Diply via Oh My God Facts by Diply and Facebook
Be honest, you thought at first here is a child with long, curly and brown hair on their way to school.
Credits: imgur via Mediha Halce, FUNNY GIFS and Facebook