This may be an unusual mix of the 2012 movie Project X, the 1993 movie Jurassic Park, the upcoming Pixar movie The Good Dinosaur and the Dinotopia series of books, but imagine a time when dinosaurs and other fauna from the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous eras never went extinct as a consequence of the life-changing asteroid completely missing the planet and are kept in an huge, elaborate ‘dinosaur zoo’ by humans.

Imagine a time when the power of social networking is doing an immense hold on our society, which means that the days of the entire school crashing your party have come and go, leaving the entire town, everyone on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Craigslist or whatever kind of social networking, as well as the whole entire aformentioned dinosaur zoo that houses every prehistoric fauna that is Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous by age, to do so.

Imagine some kid whose big empty house with anxious parents and a housing subdivision were built near one such dinosaur zoo or over a prehistoric world inhabited by prehistoric reptiles that may have been long gone from the earth for 65 million years or so is convinced by a friend, who happened to be a dinosaur zookeeper, that nothing bad may happen if he has a little party with a few selected dinos.

Imagine that, armed with a video camera, drink, drugs, girls, and a whole host of prehistoric Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous fauna and dinosaurs both herbivorous and carnivorous, they prepare for the party that will make them legends, in the housing subdivision area near the dinosaur zoo.

And Imagine that, predictably, things will get out hand, not just in a “random people or prehistoric beasts wandering in your dad’s study” kind of way, but in a far more destructive “car wrecked, neighborhood on fire, dinosaur stampede, struggle between predator and prey, etc.” kind of way, but luckily, despite the mix of drugs, alcohol, swimming pools, roof jumping and run-ins with dangerous prehistoric reptiles/dinosaurs, nobody may suffer so much as a sprained ankle or some other casuality.

And so, what would you think may best be avoided in such a party?