Bigfoot, Yowie, Yeti???!!!!
This week I am talking the bipedal cryptids called Bigfoot, Yowie, Yeti, Skunk Ape, and so many more.
These are 2 articles on 2 of the "creatures".
There have been Sasquatch sighting across North America from sea to shining sea. These animals may have different names and vary slightly, but for the most part fall under the heading "Bigfoot". There is the Skunk Ape of Florida, the Fouke Monster of Arkansas, the Grassman of Ohio, and the Mogollon of Arizona to name a few.
Across the world there are many of these animals. We have the orang pendek in the mountains of Sumatra, the Yowie in Australia and the Yeren in China.
I believe there is so much out there that we have not discovered yet, so I like to believe that these creatures are alive and out there.
Just some fun....
My daughter's BIL was calling Sasquatch this weekend. Then he claimed he saw huge footprints in the mud leading down to the river
He was 'squatchin'????
With all that hair they need to clean off once in a while.
I guess. I never heard of it. Must something new the young uns are trying out
You never heard of Squatchin????? Weird for someone that lives in the Fouke Monster state. LOL
I don't pay much attention to what goes on around me
I would go squatchin, but it involves tramping around in the words at night & there are a lot of creepy crawlies out there.
His is a big guy. I have another cousin, her son, poor guy, looks like a baby sasquatch. I swear, he is covered in hair. All over his back and everything. Then he decided to grow a beard. He is only like 5'5 and completely covered.
would be getting waxed..... A LOT!!!
Lol a few year back a friend of mine got that done to his shoulders and back in preparation for a vacay. It was a decision he regretted, very painful and he broke out in pimples (or something) right after (looked far worse than being hairy)
Bigfoot is smarter than people think.
Sasquatch has figured out how to hide in plain sight.
I saw this Bigfoot a couple of days ago:
I hate clowns
Me too. Never saw the appeal.
I hate clowns
A clown hiding in the woods would be scary.
I know some people (my daughter for example) that would freak out more if she saw that bigfoot than if she saw the 10 foot hairy one.
That is a damn good disguise. Lots of people would avoid him cuz of the clown thing.
I remember hearing or reading about "Bigfoot" when I was a kid - stories about huge footprints found out somewhere in the forests of western Canada.
I was camping with some Boy Scouts years ago when the scoutmaster said he found some bigfoot tracks. I immediately thought, he's up to something but when I saw the tracks in the snow I knew this was different. First of all they were big. Almost twice the size of my little size 9s. They were spaced about 5 feet apart so you would need really long legs to walk in them. I tried and couldn't do it, and finally, the snow was old and icy. The tracks were old too, with ice puddles in the bottoms so they weren't made that day. You could walk on the snow without making tracks.
I don't know if I believe in bigfoot or not but, after over 20 years, I still cannot explain these tracks.
Arvo...we actually have two ..
We have the Yowie that roams the land in the outback..
And the Bunyip that lives in billabongs (small bodies of water like a lagoon) and water ways...
So you ain't safe on land or in the water.. but that's normal here along with everything else that eats you....
you ain't safe on land or in the water.
You poor bastards even have jellyfish that can put you six feet down under.
Box jellyfish: Australian teenager fatally stung on Queensland beach
An Australian teenager has died after he was stung by a box jellyfish while swimming at a Queensland beach.
The 17-year-old boy's life support was switched off in hospital on Monday, about a week after the incident, Queensland Police said.
His death is the first fatality caused by the species in Australia since 2006, local media reported.
The Australian box jellyfish - so named for its shape - is considered to be the most venomous marine animal.
It has long barbed tentacles which are covered in pockets of venom. When injected into people or animals, it can lead to paralysis, cardiac arrest and death.
Anoon jiz. Yes heart breaking for the family..a day at the beach turns to tragedy.
The irukandji jellyfish are worse. They are about the size of your thumb nail and impossible to see. Stung by one of those you are gone within minutes.
Just fun guys. No politics, PLEASE.