Let’s be real: Everyone loves Jurassic Park. And everyone loves dinosaurs. What everyone does not love, however, is the terrifying prospect of dinosaurs coming back to roam the Earth. Nothing could ruin a casual Friday at work like seeing your water glass starting to shake. That’s how we know the dinosaurs are coming, of course. We all learned that via the very iconic scene in the original Jurassic Park movie. The experience is eerily similar to feeling a burst of movement and assuming you need to duck and cover from an earthquake. But what do you do during a dinosaur attack? None of us have been prepped for this. But now, ThinkGeek has created something that really has our backs: the Jurassic World Dinosaur Detection System.
The Jurassic World Dinosaur Detection System will protect you from being surprised by a killer tyrannosaurus rex. If you have a smoke detector and a carbon monoxide detector, why wouldn’t you have a Dinosaur Detection System too? The product comes with a high-level detection key that allows you to know just how close you are to a dino attack. Beginning with a Ripple Level 1 (which means the area is secure) and ending in a Ripple Level 4 (which means you should absolutely run), the new system might just save your life. Everything is making a comeback these days — why not dinosaurs?
Jurassic Park is alive and well, and now you can finally protect yourself and your family.
We gotta pick one of these bad boys up.
…okay, okay. April Fools! Though this product would be radical to have on your desk, it isn’t actually for sale. When you go to buy the product, you’ll quickly realize it’s a joke, if you didn’t before. The “Buy Now” button leads to a “GOTCHA!” page complete with Salt Bae. You got us again, ThinkGeek.
Though we hope you aren’t often awaiting a dinosaur attack, a Jurassic World Dinosaur Detection System is honestly a pretty great desk accessory. If you want to go ahead and make your own, you could quickly become the coolest nerd in your office.
It also doubles as a Jeff Goldblum reference, which is what you can tell people if anyone makes fun of you.
Jurassic World hits theaters on June 22nd. In the meantime, watch out for dinosaurs in your neighborhood.