The "running away from a T-Rex" wedding photo meme can die happy now that Jeff Goldblum has done it.

The "running away from a T-Rex" wedding photo meme can die happy now that Jeff Goldblum has done it.
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"Ahh, yes. Running. Hmm. Yes, I've never been a big fan of it. Hmm. Is this it?"
(via Adam Biesenthal)

Jeff Goldblum practically invented running away from dinosaurs, and now the man who played Dr. Ian Malcolm in Jurassic Park can say that he heroically ended it. If you have been to a wedding recently, or have friends on Facebook who have had a wedding recently, or even if you just like looking at pictures of people who do have friends, you're probably aware of the trend of wedding photos where the whole party is running away from a Tyrannosaurus Rex. At first, it was really fun. Then, like all fun things on the Internet, people kept doing it until it wasn't fun anymore. Like a dying star going supernova, though, there's always one last hurrah, and this is it:

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Don't you guys know that standing still is the way to evade a T-Rex? 
(via Adam Biesenthal)

Jeff Goldblum may be a lot of things, like insane and part fly, but did you know he's also a human? As such, he has a human fiancée, Emilie Livingston, who has human friends who invite them to weddings. In this case, those friends were fellow humans Pamela and Jesse Sargent, who had hired photographer Adam Biesenthal to capture their wedding. Biesenthal realized who his guests were, and presumably thought to himself, "yes, this is perfect. With Jeff Goldblum here, I will finally be the one to kill this out-of-control monstrosity of a wedding photo that man's arrogance has created."

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Thanks, Adam and Jeff. I just hope for Pamela and Jesse's sake that there won't be a sequel. 

(by Johnny McNulty)

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