Wilma Flintstone (née Pebble or Staghoople) is a character from the Hannah-Barbera cartoon The Flintstones. She is the wife of Fred Flintstone. She appeared in the Drawn Together episode The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist, Part II, as one of the contestants for a replacement for Wooldoor on the show. She explained how she was a very old-fashioned person who still used an armadillo as an iron, a pterodactyl as a record player, and a prehistoric worm as a tampon. She then exposed her worm tampon. The worm said "It's a living." and a red paintbrush painted blood into it.
Wilma mentions that she uses a pterodactyl as a record player. The Drawn Together housemates use a pterodactyl record player too, as seen in a gag from the episode Gay Bash. They do not take pride in it, however, as Wooldoor mentioned that he wanted to replace it with a new one.
Wilma's prehistoric worm tampon would be played with again in The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie!, where Toot used a prehistoric worm as a dildo and then took out a similar looking worm and have it also say "It's a living".