How to win a Velociroflcoptersaurus Google Search Battle:

18 days ago, the word velociroflcoptersaurus never existed. No, not one single result in Google.

Time of posting there are 79 results (view here) and there is a raging mini battle within the twitter community (#velociroflcoptersaurus) to see who can own the #1 rank in Google. Yes… you are welcome to join in!

Velociroflcoptersaurus
RRRRAAAHHHHHHHhhhhh

The rules are shown below – (as layed downon Happener thanks to @eskimo_sparky)

Prizes:
Bottle of Piper-Heidseck from the Happener team.
Amnesia giving away a working Retro MAC Powerbook 520 (WOW!)

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The winner will be the person that scores the most points.
Points will be awarded according to the results from a Google search for the word “velociroflcoptersaurus” to be performed at 10.30am Tuesday 13th January 2009 (Sydney time).

100 points for Google Rank 1
90 points for Google Rank 2
80 points for Google Rank 3
70 points for Google Rank 4
60 points for Google Rank 5
50 points for Google Rank 6
40 points for Google Rank 7
30 points for Google Rank 8
20 points for Google Rank 9
10 points for Google Rank 10

It’s a bit of Fun….
There’s might be some unofficial prizes… but who cares about that? 

The very first instance of a velociroflcoptersaurus shown below:

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Original Battlers:
@gregory_brine
@likeomg
@eskimo_sparky
@bradyohalloran
@joeobrien

Add yourself in to the comments or just go for it…
Cheers,
@eunmac

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  1. eunmac says:

    I’ll say it again….
    RRRRRRRAhhhhhhh

  2. So brilliant. German Razorfish loves you. :-)

  3. Alina Hueckelkamp says:

    go for it!

  4. mspecht says:

    So I need to get velociroflcoptersaurus to the top of google….

    This won’t do it but it might help http://velociroflcoptersaurus.org/

  5. Fantastic – love the prize!!
    I wrote my thesis on a Powerbook about 15 years ago and can say that the shades of grey are quite something!!

  6. Dirk Songür says:

    Greets from FFM office – it is totally ON! :)

  7. Greg Brine says:

    If my site was actually working at the moment, I’d be pushing Velociroflecoptersaurus harder. Do I get sympathy points for hosting company issues?

  8. vayya says:

    i won velicociroflcoroptersaurusiatrity

  9. OK, the velociroflcoptersaurus now has a fan page on facebook.. come join?

  10. Jan says:

    The Knights of Velociroflcoptersaurus are waiting for brave hunters on: http://www.jan-quickels.de/velociroflcoptersaurus/

    Wanna be a Knight? Just visti my site and send an email!

    Good luck and keep on hunting!

    Jan

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