Lake Monsters and Sea Serpents

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  1. I Am Legion

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    The issue with Bigfoot and sea serpents is the lack of dead ones found. Everything dies. Videos are always blurry or of something else. Over the course of history, there should be at least one good one that isn’t faked. Never is. I have no doubt the deep sea has secrets, but not lakes and lochs. It all things we know about, just maybe bigger.
     
  2. Agent Mulder's Hair

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    I call BS Jopipotomous you weren't replying to a thread title, you were replying to one dude's comment. But for simple (and I mean you when I say simple)....for simple argument here, what's the world's most famous lake monster? Go ahead, type it out. :D

    I'll go ahead and answer it for you since you'll probably find a way to screw it up. It's the LOCH Ness monster. LOCH




    * pats Jopipotomous on the head condescendingly
     
  3. MoparOrNoCar

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    The people named the bear "Pedals".
     
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  5. Jopious Extronimous

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    I'd say try to keep up, but clearly you aren't qualified for that task. The thread is titled Lake Monsters, and just like I was laughing at BearGrounds for it, I'm laughing at you for not knowing what thread you're in.

    That's adorable from a little boy who believes in fairytales and doesn't understand the difference between a loch and a lake.

    Um, it's definitely NOT a made up creature who supposedly lives in A LOCH, not a lake. I don't need search anything to know the LOCH-ness monster isn't thought to live in a lake. But hey what do I know, I'm just a guy who actually made it through grade school....

    Is this a result of most gullible idiots like you being unable to tell the difference between lochs and lakes?

    But yeah, makes total sense. The most famous lake monster doesn't live in a lake. Damn dude you totally got me! If only I believed in monsters and didn't understand how to classify bodies of water, I could be cool like you....

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    To be condescending you first have to accomplish the minor task of not being cartoonishly stupid.

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  6. Agent Mulder's Hair

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    Yeah I didn't read any of that shit ^ lol. You're clearly gotten to and can't handle this anymore. And I doubt you ever googled what a loch was, remember when I tried to get you to do that earlier? never did, did you? Or do you still think lochs and some lakes have "nothing to do with the ocean?" lol you're silly jopotomous
     
  7. Jopious Extronimous

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    Didn't read my post... but replied to it anyway? And I'm gotten to? LOL....

    I did. Turns out a loch is, in fact, NOT a lake. Glad to see you learned something from this thread.

    <{Heymansnicker}>

    I'm sorry,, lochs and some lakes? I thought they were the same thing, why are you putting the word 'and' in there? Are you suggesting lochs and lakes are two different things?

    Maybe you can tell me what the difference is, since you obviously know there is one. I'll be here waiting for you to "not read" another one of my posts.

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  8. Agent Mulder's Hair

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    ^ didn't read any of that but look

    <{MingNope}> <---- see how stupid that looks when you post it? I'm just giving you free advice so you can stop looking so silly jopomaximus




    multi-quotes are stupid too and you overdo them
     
  9. Jopious Extronimous

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    Yeah, I can see why directly addressing points would seem stupid to you.

    A lot of things adults do must seem stupid huh little buddy? Don't worry, it'll all make sense in ten years. One day you'll know why replying to posts by telling people you didn't read them, is just announcing that you're bothered by them.

    Until then, good luck catching those lake monsters hiding out in lochs....


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  10. Agent Mulder's Hair

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    paint chips tasted awesome to you as a kid didn't they?
     
  11. Jopious Extronimous

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    You tried.

    Just learn from this and do better next time. We'll do you a favor and pretend this never happened.
     
  12. Agent Mulder's Hair

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    wtf are you even talking about Jalopy?
     
  13. D Train

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    This thread has taken a disappointing turn :/
     
  14. Jopious Extronimous

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    Things an adult learning center will hopefully help you with one day.
     
  15. Agent Mulder's Hair

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    You're shit is weak, Japaleno. I would say I expected more from you but that wouldn't be true at all. I half expected your reply to be a crayon drawing of a cloud or some shit.
     
  16. mcveteran81

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    It's amazing how the posters that hate this subject matter in these type of threads are the ones that post the most.

    I'm guessing for them, these type of threads must be the *coming out of the closet* moment.
     
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    He's going to be the guy that shits the bed when the *event* happens. But the good news for him at least, is since he's been exposed to certain subject matter before then, he stands a good chance to become a tribulation saint.
     
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  18. Theoctagon

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    So what exactly would we consider a lake/river monster? To me, that shit is a legitimate river monster. A freakishly large and imposing fish that if it really wanted to, could eat a small child.

    Maybe not the traditional folklore/ rarely sighted sense, but still.
     
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  19. D Train

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    Everyone has opinions and that’s fine. It’s the personal attacks that ruin a thread for me.
    On topic, while I do want to believe in large, undiscovered animals, the lack of corpses is a pretty good argument against them. Although I do know that bodies break down extremely fast in nature. Much faster than you would expect.
     
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  20. D Train

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    That totally counts
     

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