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Cue Henry Mancini...

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Strip by: David Morgan-Mar

T-Rex: {pink text} I'm so comfortable in my masculinity that I...
T-Rex: TALK IN PINK!
Dromiceiomimus: {normal black text} Wow, that's... incredible.
T-Rex: I know!
Utahraptor: In Victorian times pink was considered a masculine colour.
Utahraptor: It only became associated with girls in the 1930s due to marketing campaigns.
T-Rex: Hmm...
Utahraptor: True!
T-Rex: {singing} ... If I could turn back time! If I could find a way...

The author writes:

The logic was that red was considered a manly colour because of red military uniforms, and pink was considered a lighter shade of red, therefore suitable for boys.