It means "I love you" in dinosaur.
Unless you're Mormon. Then, it's just 'rawr.'
I saw this online the other day, and laughed my ass off. I'm currently ordering this on a bumper sticker-magnet, so I can put it on my car and drive around town.
But it made me think: Why don't mormons believe in dinosaurs?
After doing a little research, a lot of mormons were taught in seminary that God helped shape the Earth using a bunch of leftovers from other old worlds. The dinosaurs were aliens from another world, already dead. When God mooshed all the dead planets together to form Earth, the dino bones were buried and fossilized during the process.
It's not that they don't believe in dinosaurs, per se... They just think they're aliens...
While I couldn't find a formal "Book of Mormon" passage to show this, I did find a very interesting thread (link) about the subject. Mormons and ex mormons discussing dinos and seminary...
This kind of goes what some Christian scholars believe. Creationists are firm that the universe was created in 7 days, as told in Genesis. Dinosaurs were a part of that process, therefore, can only be 1 day older than Adam & Eve (link). The same people also believe that dinos were alive and cohabitated with A&E, since the bible says there was "no death" until the first sin was committed and Adam fell (link).
They also believe that dinos were still alive during Noah's ark, and there were dinos on the ark itself. (another link!)
In short, the way Jurassic Park was explained, and the modern theories about Dinosaurs, carbon-dating, etc are argued by mainstream religion left and right.
But who's right and/or more crazy in their beliefs? Mormons? Christian Scholars? Or mainstream science? I can't say for sure, but I'm leaning towards LDS as a little cuckoo...
You so crazy....