Friday, February 12, 2016

Bigfooter Has Photo Claiming This Is How Bigfoot Rubs Bark Off Trees


Is that a bigfoot clinging to the side of a tree? According to the Squatch Master, yes it is. He recently showed in a video where bark had been rubbed off on a tree in an area he was investigating. The Squatch Master believes the above photo explains just how that happens. Take a look:


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  1. THAT FAKE ASS JUST WENT TO THE ZOO AND SNAPPED A FEW PICTURES.

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    1. Good bigfoot related video.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZMdT8bEd9c#t=285

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    2. sometimes lizard humanoids acting like Bigfoots so you thinking that was done by a Bigfoot but it was a lizard humanoid marking its territory

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  2. Just more bulls-hit for the bigfoot community to jerk off about. If you believe any of this crap you have serious mental issues and I would assume a tiny d-ick.

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    1. Maybe you just don't have the balls to admit it.

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    2. Believe...Bigfoot is real!

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    3. yes it is...it is real people in real costumes,real plastic track makers and real people fleecing the flock of hard earned money..there is not one piece of evidence that could not have been faked

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    4. 2:13. Wow !

      In my naivete I thought that skeptards had issues with big hairy men, but obviously you have an obsession.

      J erkyn the gerkin while dream in of BF. Wow, just wow

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    5. quit fantasizing about small dicks Fag boy!

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    6. FAGS acting queer around here

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  3. PAGING DR. JOHNSON - PAGING DR. MATTHEW JOHNSON:

    We are currently out of raspberry jam and wheat bread for the gifting bowls. We are also running low on creamy peanut butter. Please restock these items at your earliest possible convenience. Thank you.

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  4. Looks like a big wood burl to me.

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  5. the bark is far worse than the bite

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  6. That is a black bear climbing a tree. I have seen it a dozen times. Common behavior for bears when approached by humans.

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    1. ^ have you really seen it a dozen times ?

      or are you exaggerating again ? ..and maybe you saw it just the once ?

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    2. Spent more time in woods than you son so shut your trap and go back to your Xbox.

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    3. bears around here kicking up dirt to mark their territory

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