Yeti footprints found?

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  1. forzainter

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    the yeti gave me his racquet. turns out it was a paintjob all along and highly modified, not your typical of the rack model...
     
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    Okay, I get it. Enough already. My goodness.

    Yeah, I wear a size 13 (14 in babolat) and I can grow a beard in a week. Must be a really slow news day at the Beeb.
     
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    They've found footprints supposedly belonging to Bigfoot and other "missing link" species all across North America. Yet they haven't managed to get a fur sample, or even a clear picture (as far as I know). Until they get something more concrete than a footprint, I'll remain a sceptic.
     
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  6. slice bh compliment

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    Yes, I get it. I live in North America and I visit the Pacific Northwest a lot. Okay? Enough. I'm tired of running from reporters, and with the new digital cameras, I can't just expose the film, I've got to destroy a thousand dollar camera or the knock the guy out and press select, delete....it's kind of a process. Tedious, man. Enough okay?

    Can you guys just leave me alone and go back to Scotland already. There's a really nice lake up there.
     
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  7. jmsx521

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    I am all UP for the discovery of strange creatures, including the one in the waters of Loch Ness. But it’s a shame that the research is given a bad name, when video-footages of Big Foot, such as the popular-one from the 60s – turn out to be a hoax.
     
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    I began as a skeptic...I mean cmon, there hasnt been any concrete evidence ever? But after my curiosity took hold of me, i spent a good 1/2 day reseraching mythical creatures and their possible exsistence in the modern world. Creatures such as the Thunder bird, a terradactyl looking creature, has been pictured in earlier photographs. The thing is, this picture, mysteriously disappeared from the internet, as well as all modern books that have to do with mythical creatures. A cover up? Who knows. The fact is, many people remember seeing this picture when they were young, but now find it impossible to find another copy ANYWHERE. I remember seeing this picture as a kid also. Another example can be found with the Coelacanth, a sea fish that was is an actual dinosaur, not an ancestor. It was found many times, even one as recent as 2007.
     
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    its not 'lake lochness' it's loch ness, loch just means lake
     
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    Corrected! Thanks.
     
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  11. Bodacious DVT

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    I heard that Kathie Lee Gifford employs yeti's at her sweat shops...
     
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    All someone needs to make a large footprint is a shovel, and a wild imagination.
     
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  13. jmsx521

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    That's the funniest post of this topic... but I still believe we find who they are.
     
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    Good one too!
     
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    A load of bunk! There was no Yeti there. He was a my place for a pool party that weekend. I'm sorry I invited him actually, his fur clogged the filter.
    He also told the worst jokes "What comes before part "B"? Partaaay!" :|

    The worst part is he invited myself to my Christmas party. I'm hiding the mistletoe.

    -SF
     
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    Nope, and I know this for a fact because the tooth fairy told me so!
     
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    ^^^^You are such a liar!!!! The Chupa Cabra told me there is no tooth fairy.
     
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    Yeah? Oh, yeah? Well, my Loch Ness trumps your Windigo Drak. Take that...call me a liar....pffft!
     
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    Nah that was Safin's footprints....
     
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    Safin was wandering off the camp too often... and that's why they decided to kick him off the expedition.
     
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    That’s awful Warriorroger!
     
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    watch monsterquest on the discovery channel, they put this board of nails in front of a cabin and caught the dna and hair of an animal that is not on record, they think its a yetti
     
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    hey yall, if you see "the yeti", tell him i saw this dude playing with his racquet, the guy has not dropped it or scrached it yet, but i think he might by the way he swings the clubb, let me show you...
    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=VSTuxUpm67c&feature=related

    i hate it when people mess with yor sh****ttt


    heii bro, thats messed up ^^
    i'm not saying i dont agree, but it's still messed up :)
    im just joking, I should not say stuff like that about the guy that tought me to hit a decent backhand :)
     
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  27. Bodacious DVT

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    yea i watched that. my only question about that is, an animal steps on a board full of 2 inch nails and leaves...a quarter's worth of blood? i mean, it seems like blood should have been gushing out or at the very least, more should have been present. there wasn't even any on the guys porch or in the area surrounding the house. it seemed a little fishy to me.
     
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    Well I would imagine anything walking on two feet in the wild for its whole life would have rather thick skin on its feet....I remember once I stepped on a nail which must have been 4 inches but there was no way I stepped on the whole thing...I felt the tip go in my skin and I pulled away...that being said, if something with thick skin stepped on it and reacted quickly, I could see how only a quarters worth of blood would be reasonable.

    -kevin
     
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    kekeke haha
     
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    NO worries, Federer has big foot though

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    I know for a fact it was John Isner with his 15 shoe size. When Safin canceled his Everest trip, he couldn't get a refund and so Isner got to go instead.
     
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    Do you really wanna know?
     
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    I don't believe that video has been PROVEN to be a hoax.
    Some believe it to be, of course, but it's not been proven.
     
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