Tuesday, November 10, 2015

MK Davis Catches Bigfoot Virus And Gets Extremely Sick


On his blog site "The Davis Report" MK Davis claims to have stuck his hand into bigfoot mucus while examining a track find. This exposure to the mucus made him extremely ill, to the point that antibiotics wouldn't even work against it.

These tracks were found in Bigfoot Country in Northern California. What distinguishes these tracks is that there are secretions in one of the tracks that appear to be mucous. If the Bigfoot was sick then this mucous was blown out into the track. The person who’s hand is picking out the leaf litter is me. I wore no gloves and in my excitement I put my hand right into the mucous. By the time I got home I was already sick. I was violently sick for over two weeks and antibiotics had no effect on the condition whatsoever. Look for the mucous in this video.

20 comments:

  1. That's what happens when you inhale TURDS everyday...

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    1. ....Lol..The story is ridiculous, but you got to give him points for creativity..

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    2. ^ Better to isolate yourself so you don't infect the rest of us!

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    3. This story isn't asinine. It's asiten.

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  2. And people like Itkomi/Joe wonder why everyone thinks that Bigfoot is a complete joke. Is there one person out there that is going to take this seriously. MK Davis is probably dying of AIDS because he f ucked a monkey at the zoo. More likely than this bulls hit.

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  3. 6:40...you really have to call the local mental help line....it's not too late!

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  4. Im still laughing agree with 6:21 so funny this is a first for me, Bigfoot sickness maybe he should see a Vet, LOL so silly poor guy has no life!!!!

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    1. This story is a stitch. A real laugh riot.

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  5. Here is the problem with MK's story. He was apparently clearing leaves out of what he thought was a track. The leaf that the supposed snot was on, was not crumpled from the weight of the Bigfoot. So that leaf and a lot of others fell into the track long after the Bigfoot left the vicinity. Which then makes it impossible for the supposed snot to have come from the same Bigfoot that left the track. Furthermore, in order for the supposed snot to not be flattened from the weight of the foot stepping on it as it walked forward blowing snot in front of it, the Bigfoot would have had to be walking BACKWARD, and blowing snot onto the ground after it had passed. So we have two impossibilities that are associated with MK's story. Which is par for MK Davis. He still hasn't lost his touch for concocting impossible scenarios to explain ambiguous and/or tampered evidence.

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  6. CBS News was just reporting that MK Davis now looks just like Patty. Complete with static diaper butt.

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    1. LOL. Is he a white bigfoot? Does he wear a poncho?

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  7. Just when you thought this stuff couldn't get any stranger, this guy claims to have caught something from an unknown primate. The odds of the virus being able to leap from host (a non-human biped) to human are slim (to none), since it would require a mutation (which doesn't occur on a leaf). Additionally, why antibiotics? Unless it's bacterial, the meds will not touch it. Moron.

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    1. It's the Mucus that binds us!!
      TOTALLY KIDDIN...THIS IS OFF THE CHARTS RIDICULOUS!

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  8. Of course he collected the sample, right? Mucus should have plenty of good DNA to harvest.

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    1. Too sick, I'm sure he will go back in a month, with Smeja.
      Can't wait to hear the excuse as to why he didn't collect any...LOL

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  9. Antibiotics don't work for the common cold either. Just sayin.

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  10. Another Fake, Blob Snot video--

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  11. Mk. has HIV? And he blames it on a Bigfoot of course!

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