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Is there a Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot, Mothman, etc?

  1. Yes

  2. No

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  1. D.Rex Ninja among Dinosaurs

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    What do you think. Is it something real that is worth discovering or just a large hoax and people imagining things. Feel free to talk about other monsters and unexplained creatures.

    Mods if there is already a thread on this please feel free to toss it out.
     
  2. Master Chief ლ(ಠ益ಠლ)

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    I voted yes. Because monsters f**king kick ass.
     
  3. ScottyBBadd The Texas Outlaw

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    Total hoax.
     
  4. DOG LIPS El Señor Presidente

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    It's real, I gave it about tree-fitty. :(
     
  5. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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    Real. Nessie came over for dinner last week in fact. She's a cool gal. Bigfoot however, is a total jerk.
     
  6. XwolverineX Registered

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    NO, WHAT KIND OF QUESTION IS THAT? :confused::down
     
  7. D.Rex Ninja among Dinosaurs

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    A pretty simple one question of your own opinion no reason for a thumbs down. I don't see any reason to doubt that there is something there. Same thing with Champ in Lake Champlain or bigfoot, or the mokele mbembe in Africa. Most likely there is something there worth discovering. Whether or not it's a plesiosaur is up for debate but there has to be something that so many people saw. Some sightings can be attributed to lying or misinterpratation. But not all, there are far too many sightings for that.
     
  8. Dorian Gray Registered

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    I told that monsta to get your own goddamn money! What a Loch Ness monsta gonna do wit tree-fitty?
     
  9. Morg Super Moderator

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    I think there was something years ago but not anymore
     
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  11. TwilightPro101 ........

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    I'm going with no, but I side with Chef's parents lol.
     
  12. Carter Registered

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    Tree fitty
     
  13. Dorian Gray Registered

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    I remember these aliens had me up on their ship, right? They was probing me and all that. Now this alien had a big head and big black eyes, and it was all bent over me. I said, "What do you want from me, alien?!" and do you know what he said?

    "tree-fitty." And so I realized I that it wasn't no alien, it was that God-damned Loch Ness monster again, trying to trick me into giving him tree-fitty by dressing up like an alien. Don't that just beat all?!
     
  14. EricTheGreat Registered

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    What is your opinion on extraterrestrial abductions of humans, or mutilations of cattle? And remember, regardless of what you think, always be open to reevaluation under empirical evidence.
     
  15. TwilightPro101 ........

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    What if the Loch Ness is alien or like the old theory goes a dinosaur that survived "the end"? Does have some serious potential there.
     
  16. Carter Registered

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    I really doubt that theres a goddamn alien dinosaur at the bottom of that lake
     
  17. TwilightPro101 ........

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    Shouldn't we have someone pulling a Napleon Dynamite at this point lol
     
  18. guitarsingerguy Who am I?

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    Sure there is......IN MY PANTS!!!! Oh! I'll be here all week folks. :D
     
  19. TwilightPro101 ........

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  20. I'm about 50/50 when it comes to the Lochness Monster. On one hand I think it's possible that it exists, on the other hand I wouldn't be surprised if he didn't.

    I believe there's a much BETTER chance at actually finding and seeing a Bigfoot than a Lochness Monster.

    But hey, anything is possible, who knows what's really under those deep lakes or oceans these days.
     
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    I would probably say yes a few years back but I think its probably dead now,and people just think they see it.
     
  22. guitarsingerguy Who am I?

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    Is the lake or whatever REALLY that ****ing big?
     
  23. Steve_Rogers Registered

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    I believe in the whole Bigfoot, Loch Ness, Chupacabra, ect......I guess.
     
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    Yea,its a huge lake. I took a boat ride on it once.
     
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    Damnit! I really wanted to use a Napolean Dynamite quote!! :mad:
     

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