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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    >What was it?
    best example of the mass schizophrenia that exists in the us

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Explain

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    What would hugetoes even be if they were real? A pongoid? a hominin/missing link? a ghost lineage of non-apes? new world version of apes?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm guessing hominid, probably the only remaining species we didn't murder/frick out of existence.
      It would explain the proposed intelligence, and aversion to homosexual sapiens.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      People. An inbred, self isolating tribe of native americans. There is 0 evidence of any apes in north america ever except for humans. At the most bizarre they would be the direct descendants of a group of denisovans or other aboriginal-esque abhumans that lived much longer than their last fossils imply (same thing innit?) but depictions strongly resemble now extinct/impure ethnic groups like ainu and the old pure blooded abbos. They were stocky, with ape-like faces and men and sometimes women could grow enough hair to classify it as a fur coat. Ainu and abbos are both within rafting distance of north america and could have made it across the bering land bridge without archaeologists noticing if they were a particularly stupid tribe and never even made pottery (probably kicked out of their homeland).

      >APES DUN FOSSILIZE WELL
      And yet we have ancient ape and monkey bones from the more humid south america. None from north america with all its ice and tar pits. Hmmm. Also, every ape skeleton ever found in the woods was human, and the only purported recording of bigfoot speaking sounds like a primitive asiatic language. Bigfoot also demonstrated human-like behaviors in every report. If you found a decomposed bigfoot corpse, it would appear to be nothing more than a man of poor genetic stock.

      If we assume every sighting and recording is not a hoax it just looks like people who have been accumulating deformities over the ages. The PGF film was probably fake however, because he bought a custom ape suit, made up a timeline that conflicted with available film developing, and the thing has flat rubber soles and a movement pattern that corresponds with an articulated but ill fitting costume.

      What steals human children more enthusiastically than any predator? A human. What could be as smart or nearly as smart as a human? Another human.

      As humans breed slowly and kill each other bigfoot is likely extinct.

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    ok what happens if
    >we find bigfoot
    >he looks nothing like the patterson-gimlin film or the skunk ape photos or whatever
    what then? On the search for a subspecies or admit you were wrong?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Well, let's see. We just found bigfoot. It's 2024 and only just now we discovered a brand new species of some kind of giant ape hiding right under our noses. If this one bigfoot stayed hidden for so long then I don't think it would be a stretch to say there are other species of big foot that are hiding just as well.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        complete delusion. you'll believe every report of intergalactic ghost monkey people you hear.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >okay moron what happens if bigfoot is literally proven to be real? would you believe in it?
          >Yeah I guess so
          >AHAHAHAHA YOU ARE DELUSIONAL

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >we get bigfoot
            >we see he's nothing like the ones on film
            >which we can already tell
            >and you believe genuinely that that means the films are real
            >instead of not real
            >because it doesn't look like bigfoot
            complete. delusion.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Your logic makes no sense. Proving that one type of bigfoot is real wouldn't magically disprove any other type. There's no rule that says there can only be one type of bigfoot in the world. On the contrary, if there is such a thing as a bigfoot you would expect it to have variations.
              However, the fact that one bigfoot turned out to be real gives more validity to the other types because it establishes that there is a predecent for undiscovered apes in America. It proves that we don't know everything that's out there. Because if the skeptics are proven wrong about one bigfoot they could be wrong about others too.

              This isn't an argument for believing in bigfoot or not, it's just... common sense. Proving that X is real doesn't disprove Y if X and Y are not mutually exclusive.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Proving that one type of bigfoot is real wouldn't magically disprove any other type.
                You /x/ schizos are all the same. You come up with any excuse you can to justify your belief in aliens, dinosaurs, and ghosts. And bigfoot, which is somehow related to all of them.

                [...]

                Complete. Delusion.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Non sequitur.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                If we found a bigfoot it would completely disporve the patterson gimlin hoax.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >disporve

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                How?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                You find a bigfoot
                It looks nothing like the patterson gimli hoax
                It proves it is not bigfoot, and was instead a man in a monkey suit (which we already knew)
                this is straight forward. this is obvious. to deny it otherwise is complete delusion.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I like the second photo better than the first

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      skunk ape always has looked more terrifying when it has the weird cat head instead of just being a generic dumb ape, but of course everyone wants to think it has to be the same thing as a fricking big monkey

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Probably some kind of monkey

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I think it is possible that sasquatch are real, but i wont be 100% convinced until there's one in a cage

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      I am literally only replying to say that this is a fair stance.

  7. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    In how long do you predict the sasquatch will be officially discovered?

  8. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Bigfoot isnt real
    Dinosaurs had feathers

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      You work for the CIA? Oh that makes sense.

  9. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    So we all agree, pongosquatch?

  10. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Holy shit, an actually fricking moron. Did you even read his post past the first sentence?

  11. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    No bones not real sorry
    >HE SUPER SMART
    We found gorillas dispersed over a larger area with fewer people working on the case

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      based. frick /x/ schizos. bigfoot is a myth created from hobo sightings and the patterson-gimlin hoax.
      https://web2.ph.utexas.edu/~coker2/slides/bigfoot/suits.shtml
      It keeps happening
      https://www.reuters.com/article/idUSN20352079/

      Whats with all the /x/ schizos on Wauf?
      >MUH VEGANS
      >MUH GAWD
      >MUH SPIRITS
      >MUH CREATIONISM
      >MUH FEATHERLESS DINOSAURS
      >MUH IMAGINARY TOXO EPIDEMIC
      >MUH IMAGINARY 300 PITBULL MAULINGS A YEAR
      >MUHMUHMUH
      The 2016 and 2020 elections and their consequences have been a disaster for the human race

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Why do you think pitbull threads are /x/ and not /misc/? Those threads are always obviously just a cover to cry about blacks.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          So are you saying you believe blacks were selectively bred to commit crime? Pitbull threads are /x/ because its pure fantasy. Its a modern day monster story like werewolves and vampires. Yes, they were bred for crime, but statistically the rate of it is insignificant. Its owners and lying shelters not the breed. Pitbulls are way safer than blacks.

          I walked my husky in heat past 2 intact off leash male pitbulls and when they came over to say hello she humped one of them while pibble 2 sniffed his bros face. Its that much of a nothingburger.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >patterson-gimlin hoax.
        yeah my man got a 10k suit made for a 30 second clip and got no money out of it, or maybe he made the suit and never profited on his clearly insanely convincing practical effects skills. If that was footage of a gorilla, would you claim that was fake, too?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          No, because people knew what gorillas were at that time, fricking tard.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            So if we knew what Bigfoot was then you'd believe the patterson-gimlin footage?
            >If science had accepted Bigfoot, the footage would be legitimate.
            uhh... what if - just hear me out - we got footage of an animal that had been sighted at minimum hundreds of thousands of times BEFORE we had actual scientific confirmation of its existence and the ambiguity that any given piece of non-physical-remains proof means that morons get to dismiss it despite the fact that it makes no sense in any other form?
            pic is a statue of a gorilla before it was actually documented by science btw. Did people know about gorilla before it was officially "discovered"?

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >some things are unknown so you should believe everything!
              Ok convert to hinduism, islam, and buddhism just in case
              I will remain skeptical of complete bullshit.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >>some things are unknown so you should believe everything!
                should be
                >We have had thousands of years of reports, evidence that is entirely unexplainable, and we have entirely reasonable explanations for why something has not had any bodies provided (or that were provided but were removed from the public eye haha nobody would want to hide a critically endangered species that would prohibit very lucrative businesses in the us and canada from making their money, not like that's ever happened before)

                ties into something else with

                $500 suit for a video he hoped would save his “career”, actually
                https://web2.ph.utexas.edu/~coker2/slides/bigfoot/suits.shtml

                Its an ill fitting ape suit with rubber soles and a few simple mods lol. Their lie falls apart with the film development timeline and it gets worse from there

                No bones
                Not real
                Shoot bigfoot and we’ll talk. Africans were killing and eating chimps, gorillas, and “bili apes” (just a race of chimps) before any white man saw them. Why no native americans with bigfoot bones? We have IR cameras and DNA analysis. Where bigfoot?
                >he magic
                >>>/x/

                actually
                >The famous “Minnesota ice man,” intended to be exhibited in side shows apparently frozen inside a large cake of ice, was a very realistic ape-man constructed by Pete Corrall in April of 1967 for one of these shops. This exhibit completely fooled two very naive zoologists in December of 1968.
                funny how the fact that the man who presented the ice man swapped out the body (claimed to) and when the EXACT SAME 2 ZOOLOGISTS examined the new one, they said that it was a forgery. Weird. That's insane. What a coincidence that 2 zoologists id'd a body, then the man swapped it out, and the 2 zoologists said this new one was fake because it was. Huh, weird.

                Only 1 piece of evidence needs to be real. You have the luxury of ignoring thousands upon thousands of pieces of evidence.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >people never lie
                >we have thousands of years of hindus reporting miracles so christ wasnt the messiah
                No bones not real

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >No bones not real
                damn most of the fossil record is fake then

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                most of the fossil record is explicitly defined with real bones. they do tell you which parts they found and which parts are theoretical. there are also complete skeletons of feathered theropods showing us a change in kinds in real time which we can recreate by analyzing crocodile and chicken genomes. go back to school.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                you're ignoring all the inbetweens, which is what's important here. We have very few ape bones period. That's inarguable - if there were some new ape found in Africa (like the bili ape, as much of just a chimp as it is was, or like that new species of orangutan defined recently...) you wouldn't have any problem with there being no fossils, nor bones recovered.
                >but the locals had been telling tales of fighting them or eating them or living with them
                uh yeah????

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          $500 suit for a video he hoped would save his “career”, actually
          https://web2.ph.utexas.edu/~coker2/slides/bigfoot/suits.shtml

          Its an ill fitting ape suit with rubber soles and a few simple mods lol. Their lie falls apart with the film development timeline and it gets worse from there

          No bones
          Not real
          Shoot bigfoot and we’ll talk. Africans were killing and eating chimps, gorillas, and “bili apes” (just a race of chimps) before any white man saw them. Why no native americans with bigfoot bones? We have IR cameras and DNA analysis. Where bigfoot?
          >he magic
          >>>/x/

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >One problem with almost all the outfits, whatever their cost, is a somewhat unrealistic head and a somewhat unrealistic chest piece. It is notable in Patterson's film that the ape head and chestpiece are not used. The performer in the Patterson film is instead wearing a bushy wig and beard matching the suit, with his eyes, nose and cheeks clearly visible. The performer also appears to be wearing a kind of bulky, diaper-like padding, whose edges show clearly through the outer layer of the suit. A lot of gorilla costumes have “breasts,” as you can see by surfing costume-shop websites, but they don't look realistic, being intended to appear as bare black gorilla-skin. Patterson replaced the chest-piece by adding some fur-covered waterbags. Saline, or silicone, not specified! It makes his Bigfoot look quite feminine, particularly with the fine “bootie" the diaper supplies. [Female apes do not have pendulous breasts like those exhibited by the Patterson suit. Instead they are quite flat-chested. Our hero was apparently inspired to create the set shown by some “eyewitness” sightings of female Bigfeet with huge knockers that he had collected for a book.]
            You think it's more realistic that a man would go through the trouble of heavily modifying such a suit when it was at such a far distance?
            >According to Morris, who was interviewed in 2003, in the summer of 1967 he got a call from Roger Patterson, who said he wanted to purchase a gorilla suit for a “rodeo act.” He bought the $435 suit, and later called to ask how to hide the zippers, extend the arms, and bulk up the shoulders. In October of 1967, Morris had the pleasure of seeing Patterson's footage of his costume on TV.
            Weird, I wonder why he waited 35 years to say so? Maybe he needed the pump in business? I'm sure he would have said so at the time if it were true. Literally just "believe my guy instead, lol. Ignore that he benefits monetarily from claiming as much, you have to ignore that."

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              I do in fact think that a financially desperate fraudster trying to hype up his bigfoot business would modify a suit to match his pre-existing depictions of bigfoot.

              NO BONES
              NOT REAL
              This will be your only response from here on out. Reply again and confirm you’re an idiot. I am going to grab my leica and go enjoy some street photography. Its 61mp and detailed enough that i can get clear images with 4x digital zoom. Now imagine if i were one of the countless outdoorsmen with 45-61mp pro cameras and 400mm+ lenses… that never seem to get bigfoot pictures when stone age africans were killing smart and elusive chimps and gorillas with short range stone age tools. The stone age NA natives never killed a bigfoot either. They do, however, have a lot of myths that would correspond with people from other tribes using animal skins as camo, and would line up well with the general appearance of hobos.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >street photography
                i didnt know actual artists posted on this godforsaken pet meme website

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >footage
                see

                >The problem is that everyone has a super high definition camera on them that takes detailed photos.

                ?si=jKYk0qiF7DL2groB
                1:26 - 2:30
                not to mention even if we get interesting video it's labeled a hoax by default because of course it's a hoax until proven real. You can find a million reasons to label something a hoax even if it IS real.

                >hurr durr why haven't we killed one yet

                >stone age africans were killing smart and elusive chimps and gorillas with short range stone age tools. The stone age NA natives never killed a bigfoot either. They do, however, have a lot of myths that would correspond with people from other tribes
                bigfoot = twice the size or more of gorilla
                bigfoot = more meat in diet, more intelligent
                native american myths and legends = they have myths and legends that document real events AND they have myths and legends that document spirits and deities and they always list sasquatch/sabe/bigfoot/whatever as... an animal.

                you seriously don't even want to admit it's possible? You seriously think that it's completely impossible? Not even a little bit? Did you know there are people that think catamounts (puma panther whatever) don't live north of florida and east of the mississippi? That we "have no proof" of them? That any footage of them coming out of georgia, florida, kentucky, etc are labeled misidentified bobcasts or coyotes? Did you know that it's because the US government and logging/land dev companies benefit from them not officially being there? Did you know that this is also the case for the territories that bigfoot is claimed to roam?

                You can make up insanely unlikely events and say it HAS to be real because the only alternative is bigfoot being real. So... Bigfoot could be real, because the alternative is ludicrously unlikely.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                This, show me solid evidence from the fossil record, then we'll talk. Otherwise, it's a native American drug-induced hallucination turned into a century-long zoology fanfic.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >>he magic
            >>>>/x/
            Well-poisoning israelite. Strawman.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              you're ignoring all the inbetweens, which is what's important here. We have very few ape bones period. That's inarguable - if there were some new ape found in Africa (like the bili ape, as much of just a chimp as it is was, or like that new species of orangutan defined recently...) you wouldn't have any problem with there being no fossils, nor bones recovered.
              >but the locals had been telling tales of fighting them or eating them or living with them
              uh yeah????

              >footage
              see [...]

              >hurr durr why haven't we killed one yet

              >stone age africans were killing smart and elusive chimps and gorillas with short range stone age tools. The stone age NA natives never killed a bigfoot either. They do, however, have a lot of myths that would correspond with people from other tribes
              bigfoot = twice the size or more of gorilla
              bigfoot = more meat in diet, more intelligent
              native american myths and legends = they have myths and legends that document real events AND they have myths and legends that document spirits and deities and they always list sasquatch/sabe/bigfoot/whatever as... an animal.

              you seriously don't even want to admit it's possible? You seriously think that it's completely impossible? Not even a little bit? Did you know there are people that think catamounts (puma panther whatever) don't live north of florida and east of the mississippi? That we "have no proof" of them? That any footage of them coming out of georgia, florida, kentucky, etc are labeled misidentified bobcasts or coyotes? Did you know that it's because the US government and logging/land dev companies benefit from them not officially being there? Did you know that this is also the case for the territories that bigfoot is claimed to roam?

              You can make up insanely unlikely events and say it HAS to be real because the only alternative is bigfoot being real. So... Bigfoot could be real, because the alternative is ludicrously unlikely.

              No bones not real
              Evolution is real
              Bigfoot is not
              Dinosaurs had feathers

              Cope

              Now please, dont waste your time. I already got my 50 summilux out. With 61mp i have so much reach in such a small setup its unreal its basically a 50-100mm lens, 50-200 if you can accept it being slightly pixellated. Buh bye.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I must associate you with idiots or ignorant people else my fragile worldview will crumble
                Wow you think *checks notes* ...animals need bones.. to be real... uhh... that means... you don't think slugs are real!
                this is how you sound

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                *snap*
                That ones going in my moron collection. You’re really reaching now. Should I bring an ND filter? Its kind of bright out and I’m in a wide aperture mood today.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >You’re really reaching now.
                I'm literally claiming that you're reaching. You have assumed several times that someone who believes bigfoot exists must also believe x, y, z. That's stupid, and you're stupid for saying it.

                This, show me solid evidence from the fossil record, then we'll talk. Otherwise, it's a native American drug-induced hallucination turned into a century-long zoology fanfic.

                >This, show me solid evidence from the fossil record, then we'll talk.
                fossil record for existing cryptic animals (confirmed) is nearly nonexistent also. You are asking for evidence that has almost no chance to be preserved.
                >Otherwise, it's a native American drug-induced hallucination turned into a century-long zoology fanfic.
                Except for the europeans witnessing the same thing, and that the natives didn't delude themselves about what they were? Why only bigfoot, huh? Why is it we never hear about mothman or frogman or the jersey devil like this? Just the one cryptid? Oh, I guess terrorbirds too, but those are just teratorn vultures that were preserved through oral tradition. Weird how something that went extinct thousands of years ago is entered into myth as a mythical creature but sasquatch is considered an animal with no special traits other than being scary and dangerous. Oh, and I guess that they kidnap children. Like europeans claimed wolves and bears did. Weird.

                >BUH BUH BUH WHATTABOUT
                have a nice day.

                homie u stupid

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >no u!
                once again, have a nice day lol

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                you are moronic. I literally said that you went
                >no u!
                at me. Literally.

                >I must associate you with idiots or ignorant people else my fragile worldview will crumble
                Wow you think *checks notes* ...animals need bones.. to be real... uhh... that means... you don't think slugs are real!
                this is how you sound

                >Wow you think *checks notes* ...animals need bones.. to be real... uhh... that means... you don't think slugs are real!
                >this is how you sound
                Translation to sub-room-temp iq:
                >If you think that I think something THAT stupid just because I think something else, that's ridiculous!

                *snap*
                That ones going in my moron collection. You’re really reaching now. Should I bring an ND filter? Its kind of bright out and I’m in a wide aperture mood today.

                >That ones going in my moron collection. You’re really reaching now.
                Translated:
                >You really think something THAT stupid? That's ridiculous!

                >You’re really reaching now.
                I'm literally claiming that you're reaching. You have assumed several times that someone who believes bigfoot exists must also believe x, y, z. That's stupid, and you're stupid for saying it.

                [...]
                >This, show me solid evidence from the fossil record, then we'll talk.
                fossil record for existing cryptic animals (confirmed) is nearly nonexistent also. You are asking for evidence that has almost no chance to be preserved.
                >Otherwise, it's a native American drug-induced hallucination turned into a century-long zoology fanfic.
                Except for the europeans witnessing the same thing, and that the natives didn't delude themselves about what they were? Why only bigfoot, huh? Why is it we never hear about mothman or frogman or the jersey devil like this? Just the one cryptid? Oh, I guess terrorbirds too, but those are just teratorn vultures that were preserved through oral tradition. Weird how something that went extinct thousands of years ago is entered into myth as a mythical creature but sasquatch is considered an animal with no special traits other than being scary and dangerous. Oh, and I guess that they kidnap children. Like europeans claimed wolves and bears did. Weird.

                [...]
                homie u stupid

                >>You’re really reaching now.
                >I'm literally claiming that you're reaching.
                Translated:
                >I just told you that that was ridiculous! That's the point!

                >>no u!
                Translated:
                >See, you're being ridiculous!

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >BUH BUH BUH WHATTABOUT
                have a nice day.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Noone would ever do something like that. Except that that's 90% of crytobiology cases. You know, except that.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Except that that's 90% of crytobiology cases.
            Can you give some obvious examples? Not as a challenge to your statement but just out of curiosity. I don't stray far out of the bigfoot sphere with cryptids.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Dude literally ANY book on this shit I read growing up. Stories of people finding pterosaurs, sea monsters, fake mermaids glued together. Even when you get physical evidence, it turns out to be the most comical fricking hoax upon even basic examination. Why do you have the need to believe bullshit so badly?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                why do you have the need to strawman so hard? You literally read what I said and then responded to something else entirely made up in your mind.

                >Except that that's 90% of crytobiology cases.
                Can you give some obvious examples? Not as a challenge to your statement but just out of curiosity. I don't stray far out of the bigfoot sphere with cryptids.

                >Can you give some obvious examples?
                Invitation for you to post some
                >Not as a challenge to your statement but just out of curiosity.
                Not claiming that you're wrong. An invitation to hear the ones you were talking about.
                >I don't stray far out of the bigfoot sphere with cryptids.
                An explanation that I don't follow cryptids in general, or that I am not a proponent thereof.
                >
                You responded in turn:

                >Dude literally ANY book on this shit I read growing up. Stories of people finding pterosaurs, sea monsters, fake mermaids glued together.
                "You don't know about them? You know, the obvious ones. The ones you asked me to post as reference."
                >Even when you get physical evidence, it turns out to be the most comical fricking hoax upon even basic examination.
                "They're not real." (this was never questioned, so not sure why you felt the need to say as much.)
                >Why do you have the need to believe bullshit so badly?
                "You believe them and you're stupid!" (I did not claim to believe them. I did not claim that I would disagree with you.)
                >
                I really don't feel like I'm being unreasonable...

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Nobody is strawmanning anything. You are just fighting for your LIFE for the right to believe the absolute most laughable shit. On the list of most plausible to plausible shit to believe in, crytpozoology shit like bigfoot and the loch ness monster rank BELOW the government colluding with aliens and being touched by an angel (in the vegana). You have clearly NEVER even briefly investigated even ONE cryptozoology claim. Not one.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Nobody is strawmanning anything.
                please see

                Bigfoot isnt real
                Dinosaurs had feathers

                as just one of dozens itt

                >even the YouTube comments, one of the most brainrotted lots of the internet, agree it's faek and gaey
                Quit trolling. Something something "outside of /b/"

                >>even the YouTube comments, one of the most brainrotted lots of the internet, agree it's faek and gaey
                yeah that doesn't make me take your side at all, dude. If even the most moronic of people believe something, then moronic people believe it. It doesn't even mean the inverse is true, it just doesn't mean anything. Every single one of these points just come off as "No, you're stupid, I'm going to keep making fun of you because any serious consideration of something like this is laughable" even though that was also said about giant squids, bili apes, okapi, giant tortoises, pandas, red pandas...

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >please see

                Bigfoot isnt real


                Dinosaurs had feathers as just one of dozens itt
                That's just paleoprostitute. It's some batshit insane woman that shits up any discussion about dinosaurs to glue feathers to everything and hates cats so much she should be in a padded room. She's almost single-handedly fricked up this board for years now.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Its all one person! WOMAN!
                Yes you always say that. To everyone.

                Did it ever occur to you that you a recognizable and repetitive shitposter and people post these things just to watch you dance? The nail in the coffin for your career as someone taken seriously here was when your dog hate and woman hate started bleeding into your other threads (most likely due to falling behind on meds or drinking alcohol). 'Twas about when you picked up your habit of calling everyone you disagree with "woman" and typing some angry incel shit that makes it sound like you literally seethe while posting (hilarious). You're like Waufs unintentional court jester. You are probably more recognizable than the trucker zoophile or that freaky brazilian that raped his cat.

                I guess the "real" "paleoprostitute" you think is behind everything is that poster who said they have your dox and claimed they could confirm you were a medicated schizohprenic. Probably someone who knew you in college. Too bad they probably aren't as in the know as they claimed so they couldn't actually get you institutionalized - or, too bad they were actually an alternate personality of yours.

                Now go make another dog hate, dinosaur, woman hate, christianity, veganism, etc thread. Some of yours have 404'd already. Don't forget to say your catchphrases, like buttsniffers and "xu xing did this".

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I don’t think he’s the annoying vegan who has the exact same thread over and over again. He might be the christ schizo. He’s definitely one of the bigger dog hating redditors.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Say it's true name
                >4 paragraph reply

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Smart grug am able to read and write more and longer sound scribble without thinking it big deal.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I should have known, I might have had my blinders on too tight...

                In how long do you predict the sasquatch will be officially discovered?

                If squatch is real I'd give it another 5-10 years. I think drone footage is going to be the massive game changer, and it's just a matter of whether someone is going to fund a fleet of drones and/or if the government allows that fleet to survey land (yay...)

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >giant squids
                Blobsters don't prove anything. It's just rotting whale carcasses.
                >bili apes
                Fake just like bigfoot.
                >okapi
                Created by taxidermists.
                >giant tortoises
                Extinct since the 1700's.
                >Pandas
                Asian boogiemen
                >Red pandas
                See above.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                I wonder if there's someone alive today that unironically believes these specific meme answers. I would give it a non-0 chance. Presumably someone in the US or Canada.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >okapi
                >Created by taxidermists.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >No bones not real sorry
      we don't have basically any great ape bones period

  12. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    People actually believe this stuff? Literate people?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sadly, yes

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >big monkey man exists
      >AAAAAAAAH OH MY SCIENCE I THINK IM GOING INSANE
      do normies really?

  13. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why do sasquatch never show up in trail cams filming bodies of water?
    >B-b-b-ut gorillas don't drink water they get their moisture from the plants they eat!
    Yeah, in a tropical jungle, not in a boreal forest

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >there are cameras watching every square inch of freshwater shore throughout the entirety of North America

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >sasquatch only drink from the water sources that just happen to not have trail cams

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Never mind gorillas were already bushmeat before their “discovery”

      Sasquatch has always been a spirit. Literally hallucinating indians eating weird cacti and shrooms.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Sasquatch has always been a spirit. Literally hallucinating indians eating weird cacti and shrooms.
        Sasquatch is an interdimensional creature.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      you do know that the suspected sasquatch ranges include areas with snow, rainforest (temperate), marsh/swampland, and vast swaths of unmonitored terrain, right? All it takes is the normal ape aversion to new stimulus.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Sasquatch would not live somewhere where human activity is a constant. They'd live somewhere that humans rarely venture to. Especially in our modern age.

  14. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I want to fake a cryptid sighting. It can't be that hard to make something convincing if even pic related, a fricking tree branch floating in a lake, fooled so many people for years.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      The problem is that everyone has a super high definition camera on them that takes detailed photos. You can hide a lot of shit in grainy out of focus holiday snaps that stand out like a sore thumb in HD.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >The problem is that everyone has a super high definition camera on them that takes detailed photos.

        ?si=jKYk0qiF7DL2groB
        1:26 - 2:30
        not to mention even if we get interesting video it's labeled a hoax by default because of course it's a hoax until proven real. You can find a million reasons to label something a hoax even if it IS real.

  15. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    AHH IT'S A CHUPACABRA IT'S A BIGFOOT! CYRPTOZOOLOGY IS A REAL SCIENCE!!!

    It's a guy in a costume shitposting irl.

  16. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Escaped/released ape or rogue chimp populations are 600 times more fascinating and cool to think about to me than some giant inter dimensional missing link loner tbh

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Or imagine if there was some very small Indian tribe still out there somewhere. There has been some speculation that there might have still been a few isolated groups of Indians out there as late as the 1940's.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah I guess that's part of why I find it interesting, even off grid hidden human populations are fascinating to think about. All that weed mountain, goler clan, forest or sewer bum stuff is fun, but a totally unknown native tribe would be some sentinel island shit innawoods I'd love to see

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I think it is an interesting thought experiment. What is more believable or likely, that there is a whole species of unknown primate the size of or bigger than man out there, or that there could be small isolated Indian tribes out there? If one, why not the other? It'd make for good fiction, at least.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >inter dimensional missing link
      sasquatch and their ilk would just be north american apes and nothing more. What's with the rampant well poisoning with bigfoot?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >What's with the rampant well poisoning with bigfoot?
        Its not "well poisoning" but bigfoot gays, when pressed the astounding lack of anything approaching falsifiable evidence of bigfoot existing will back pedal and squirm before settling on bigfoot being a hyper advanced multidimensional entity.
        If the well was poisoned it was because these morons pooped in it.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Well, you're talking to a bigfootgay who is saying there just isn't any unfalsifiable evidence yet because they're sneaky funny ape dudes that are pretty smart. I think there's tons of falsifiable but plausibly not falsified proof, though.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        It has to do with certain patterns common to bigfoot sightings that are also very similar to tales of folklore creatures around the northern emisphere that were claimed to be "interdimensional" (whatever it means) and/or shapeshifting

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Which makes no sense because bigfoot's cryptic nature is easily explained by its high intelligence, pheromones, and infrasound. The same type of things that gorillas, big cats, and bears use.

  17. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    oh that's Gomer. he lives down the street.

  18. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    swamp gas

  19. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Are there any good tv shows about bigfoot or other cryptids?

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      No. Every single one of them is shit. I'm not being sarcastic either.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      No, but Bob Gylman's channel on Youtube is kino

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        This, I always say squatch as "haha funne monkey man in woods so dumb" but he's actually raised enough good points to at least make me open to the possibility of sasquatch existing in remote regions.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          I don't believe in Bigfoot but he's a great story teller and does none the less raise good points, such as about the Luska or how we probably mischaracterize the nature of early hominids and how they behaved. I do think that the persistent myths of Bigfoot-like creatures speaks to SOMETHING about the historical human experience.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            True, even if sasquatch isn't real, it's neat to think that non-homosexual sapien hominids have etched themselves so deep into our subconscious that myths of them could persist long after they've gone extinct.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        I honestly thought sasquatch and hominid cryptids were lame as shit until I saw his channel
        Cryptids are unironically at their best when you divorce the supernatural from them

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Cryptids are unironically at their best when you divorce the supernatural from them
          it's weird that people seem to inexorably link them. When I was younger, even the outlandish ones were always "Could plesiosaurs still be alive? Could giant sharks still be alive? Could the missing link still be alive? Could giant snakes still be alive? Could ground sloths still be alive?" and I mean that's STILL what it is on youtube or whatever. There were always the mothmen and jersey devils and that one alien one wearing a dress (you know which one I'm talking about just don't remember it rn) but they were always "what explains these? What animal have we not found yet?" and not "So are they superdimensional hyperghosts or subphysical alien diplomats? Or both?"

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      survivorman bigfoot

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you understand spanish.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Thinkerthunker is a good YouTube channel that does the most for proving existence. Before he figured out the universal ratios of body parts it was harder to prove some hoaxes. Before that to actually believe you had to be one of the knowers.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Theres this canadian hunting guide with a YT channel that got frequently asked if he knew anything about bigfoot, so he shared an encounter on the channel. After that people started sending in mails and he started reading them on YT and that turned into thousands of people sending in experiences that he keeps reading on video. Most of them are pretty consistent in describing behaviours, characteristics and appearance.
      Here's one where he talks about his own encounter

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >hunting guide
        >didnt shoot bigfoot, gun or camera
        >after hearing others people imitate prior stories for attention
        attention whoax

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          yes, yes, everyone knows everything could be fabricated. You aren't telling us anything new. Consider, for a moment, though: What if it's NOT a giant conspiracy to fabricate these stories?

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >it lives in the USA
            >no one has shot it
            I don't believe it

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              if only americans were as american as foreignors believed we were...

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Yeah, I love how we live rent free in their heads though.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah theres just thousands of people that make up shit to humour this guy. Makes sense. Also lore from pretty much every tribe in north america.
          Theres quite a few photos, prints, hair and tree structures out there too, but people that have never been more than a dayhike from a city will dismiss all of that as hoaxes.

  20. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Looks like a pongo

  21. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    uh oh
    stinky

  22. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    A hoax

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Hoax
      >Person who made it was an unidentified woman who just sent an inquiry to a local police asking if someone lost a monkey
      If you're trying to make a hoax that's not how you do it

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        That's exactly how you do it.

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Except most hoaxers do this for attention, and there'd be no guarantee that the police would ever release the photographs. And if they found out it was a hoax, you run the risk of legal trouble.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >Except most hoaxers do this for attention
            Most, yes. Some people spread bs just for fun.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Again, if you wanted to do that it would be significantly easier to just mail the photos to a bunch of newspapers and tv stations.One would be guaranteed to bite and share the photos.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Again, if you wanted to do that it would be significantly easier to just mail the photos to a bunch of newspapers and tv stations.
                That sounds like a lot more work than just mailing it to one police station.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Except, again, the police station is extremely unlikely to ever release the photos in the first place. Also "a lot of work" if you think it's a hoax you think they would spend probably weeks on creating the costume and the photo and then decide "mailing" is too difficult?

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >the police station is extremely unlikely to ever release the photos in the first place.
                When and how was the photo released anyway?

                >Also "a lot of work" if you think it's a hoax you think they would spend probably weeks on creating the costume and the photo and then decide "mailing" is too difficult?
                I'd imagine they purchased a costume or prop. It may not be a costume but a set prop for a display exhibit.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                If they purchased it then where did they purchase it from though and why has nobody else ever found it

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                The infamous Dogman Gable film hoax was pretty much that.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Most hoaxers shitpost anonymously on Wauf.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah I mean imagine there’s people out there who shitpost totally anonymous just for the lulz…

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Fair but does that explain ALL the sightings? Short answer is no, no matter what your stance on bigfoot is. It's bizarre that bigfoot is SO strongly attested throughout the entirety of human occupation of North America.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            A lot of people lie, misidentify hobos and bears, or do drugs.

            Humans are extremely dumb, though. We are very good at making and using tools as well as communication, but in all other respects we have almost no natural aptitude. It's what happens when you have several hundred generations of sedentary farmers.

            >le humans are dumb
            I recognize you. You are an idiot and a schizo. Go back to your veganism thread.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >A lot of people lie, misidentify hobos and bears, or do drugs.
              It's really disingenuous when you claim that every single report, photograph, and video is just misidentification or fraud when in almost all cases the lengths one would have to go to for fraud are absurd.
              Like the Bigfoot train video.

              No amount of evidence is good enough, it's always "BUT IT COULD HAVE BEEN FAKED". Use those same arguments against, say, the Moon Landings and they call you a conspiracy theorist.
              >so what is it
              We don't know. That's what's fun about it.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                >even the YouTube comments, one of the most brainrotted lots of the internet, agree it's faek and gaey
                Quit trolling. Something something "outside of /b/"

  23. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Stinky squatch

  24. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    me. it was me.

  25. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I used to enjoy Bob's videos as a non.believer because i thought he was very reasonable about his views and his narration made the stories very entertaining, but recently he lost me because he went full schizo and started saying that sasquatch are smarter than humans and that the government hides them from people

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >sasquatch are smarter than humans
      They are, so are chimpanzees. If a Chimp doesnt want to be found in the jungle you wont find it but he'll be watching you.
      This isnt book smarts but nature related intelligence.
      >government hides them from people
      They do, If apes were found to be in the North American woods it would the sell of lumber and cost a fortune in conservation and research. The government cares about money not ethics.

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        >chimps are smarter than people and cant be found if they dont want to be found
        >but they get hunted for food by africans
        Rightoids?

        • 2 months ago
          Anonymous

          Many chimp bands that have encountered bushmeat hunters have adapted by becoming nocturnal. They see the Black folk in the dark but the Black folk don't see them

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            /misc/ has rotted your mind

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              >makes out of subject political remark
              >gets non-political explanatory reply
              >HURRR DURRRR MUH BOARD BOOGIE MAN
              Palatable irony.

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Racism and trolling outside of /b/ anon 🙂

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Announcing a report anon 🙂

              • 2 months ago
                Anonymous

                Not once did I say "i'm reporting your post" so cope <3
                Racism and trolling outside of /b/, anon 🙂

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I've seen videos of Africans hunting those very same chimps at night. They find out where the chimps sleep, wait until moonless nights, then sneak up on them with torches and bows and arrows. Chimps are smart but neither they nor any other animal have a chance against humans. Remember that we were the dominant species, traveling from continent to continent hunting other animals to extinction, tens of thousands of years before we had even developed something as basic as agriculture.

            • 2 months ago
              Anonymous

              Though to be fair you don't have tribes in the US doing it and if you did they'd be much braver considering bigfoot is at least 3x bigger than a chimp and arguably more intelligent.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      Humans are extremely dumb, though. We are very good at making and using tools as well as communication, but in all other respects we have almost no natural aptitude. It's what happens when you have several hundred generations of sedentary farmers.

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