Sunday, December 13, 2015

Bigfoot Enthusiast Leaves Out Paper And Marker In Hopes Bigfoot Will Communicate


Bigfoot enthusiast and youtuber Frosted Forest is trying something a little different in the world of Bigfoot gifting. Not only is he leaving the gold issue standard, jar of peanut butter, but he is also leaving out some paper and a marker in hopes the bigfoot will try and write something.


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    1. DERP DERP DERP DERP DERP DERP

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    2. Has anyone played bigfoot howls to their pet dog to see if they react?xx

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    3. Hello Eva! I've heard a few radio phone-ins on that, and quite a few people say their animals act strangely around howls & such.

      Hope you're having a lovely weekend!

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    4. Thanks Iktomi.I wondered if they would xx

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    5. I have Eva. They almost always leave my office. A good day to you and Mr. Iktomi.

      A suggestion to Mr. Frost. While you are at it try this. Get some fairly straight wood sticks 12 to 24 inches long and make this symbol. X I X. The I should be just straight and not how my computer makes it. Now keep it away from the peanut butter. See it they change it around. If so keep the game going and change up your symbols and good luck to you.
      Chuck

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    6. Thanks Chuck,i wonder what they think of it xx

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    7. >>I have Eva. They almost always leave my office.

      Don't you mean they leave your masturbatoruim, Chuck?


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    8. I have played Bigfoot howls and there was a dog in the house. It bothered the hell out of him, and that dog has never been to the woods.

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    9. I played a few howls in front of my dogs once. They all quickly laid down turds on the floor. I then picked them up and fried them in butter and flour, and ate them for lunch. Pretty good. I would suggest everyone try it. Turds really have limitless potential.

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    10. That's strange 9:14,it's a shame they can't talk xx

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  2. Paper turds, pencil turds, and peanut butter turds. oh my.

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  3. The BFRO is reporting that something wrote the following on the paper:

    Hey dumbass! I don't like chunky peanut butter.

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    1. wait a minute, the BFRO is one of 3 bigfoot databases. They would never let any false encounters be published in the database.

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  4. All this gifting going on and not a single exchange caught on camera?

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    1. They will not touch the gifts if there's a camera a set up.

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    2. Thanks to special pleading.

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    3. Blue bag and nephew turds

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    4. 12:05... You clearly don't understand what special pleading means.

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    5. I have been told that Joerging too much can make you go blind.

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    6. 1:42 yes I do and that is a great example

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    7. I think you better familiarise yourself with Wikipedia or something pal...

      (Cringe)

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    8. What's cringeworthy is excusing the lack of evidence by using another unproven idea as a special exception to what should be an normal and expected source of evidence.

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    9. Wow! What was that mumbo jumbo about? You can't handle the evidence, kid...

      "Special Pleading is a fallacy in which a person applies standards, principles, rules, etc. to others while taking themselves (or those she has a special interest in) to be exempt, without providing adequate justification for the exemption."

      ... Like claiming scientific evidence isn't there, or failing to prove it's not there in the name of anything but science.

      Now that's special pleading, son.

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    10. So special pleading is claiming an exception to the norm without adequate justification, correct?

      Hmm... biological creatures can be photographed but bigfoot can't be photographed. Sounds like claiming an exception to the norm without justification to me.

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    11. Seems to me that this subject was photographed just fine, Mr Mumbo;

      http://www.isu.edu/rhi/pdf/Munns-%20Meldrum%20Final%20draft.pdf

      ... Your angle seems to either be a rhetorical approach to appear like you're attempting (or even capable for that matter) legitimate debate, which is a trait of denial...

      Or a direct attempt to "conveniently forget" (suppress) evidence; which is another of your long line of logical (intellectual) shortfalls.

      There is of course a third possibility that you're just stupid though.

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    12. Would you like the definition of that too? You seem to fumble that as comprehensively as well.

      (Sigh)

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  5. This is what the Bigfoot wrote:

    choklut
    bunana
    kandi bar
    apuls
    mor peenut buter
    toilit papr
    fyr startur
    nife
    yor sistur

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  6. I actually completed the exact same type of experiment where I left a notepad with a pencil and marker for the bigfoot. I later discovered that the bigfoot clearly was a juvenile because he kept sketching weiners and bags along with juggy tits. Just like a middle school boy!! Unbelievable how intelligent and similar they are to us!

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