Googly eyes make everything better.
Artist and cosplayer Hattie Grace jazzed up a book of dinosaur illustrations with a classic arts and craft supply.
"Googly eyes add so much to dinosaur history," they tweeted.
Psittacosaurus looks a lot less threatening with big, glossy eyeballs. Hattie even added eyebrows to make a very concerned-looking triceratops.
Who knew so much emotion could be conveyed through a children's crafting product?
Then Hattie started tossing googly eyes on to dinosaur figurines.
And at this point, we have to ask: how many googly eyes does this person have?
Twitter user @maxnippard, who builds model dinosaurs, contributed this beauty.
Then AmnesiaRose took the bit a step further with this photo of a lizard adorned with googly eyes.
Which brings us to this conclusion.
The next logical step, of course, would be to replace all the CGI'd dinosaurs in Jurassic World with dinosaurs with googly eyes. Just think of the chase scenes!Someoneaddedgooglyeyesillustrationsdinosaurs,theylookbetter