Great Job, Internet!: A dictionary and a dinosaur are fighting on Twitter, because that is the world we live in

Sue is a Tyrannosaurus Rex that resides in Chicago’s Field Museum, where the beast also apparently kills time on Twitter when not terrifying clusters of schoolchildren. A recent tweet asked its fans what they would like to see more of from the account.

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

Random feuds? Well, being that this is one of the most fearsome carnivores to have ever lived, Sue knew they needed a formidable foe, the kind who wouldn’t go down without a fight. Obviously, they went after Merriam-Webster.

Comin’ for you, @MerriamWebster

— SUE the T. rex (@SUEtheTrex) June 12, 2017

Lest we forget, this is the same account that has found itself wading deep into the cultural war, because the very meaning of words is now …

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