Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Check Out East Africa's Bigfoot, The Agogwe


From the youtube channel of the CryptoWatch:

In this episode we take a look at what most consider some type of cousin to our beloved Bigfoot. It is known as Agogwe and it is found in the forest of East Africa. The agogwe is also known as the kakundakari or kilomba in Zimbabwe and the Congo region. Some theories suggest that agogwe are a surviving species of Gracile australopithecine, a bipedal primate known to science from approximately 2.5-4.5 million years ago. Others think it could be bonobos, which are chimp-like creatures that occasionally walk upright.

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    1. YESSS!


      I wonder how many bigfoot posters these guys secretely have hanging in their bedrooms.

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    2. They have to lust after something. We know they're intimidated by women!

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    3. My schedule hasn't caught up with PIB yet, but I send a big howdy her way!

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    4. You're probably up to speed but PIB is the one who first exposed the real identity of "Stuart". The MMC backed her up. He is Barret Sanders of youtube fame.

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    5. No, I didn't know about that and didn't understand your post on another thread. I'll have to look up Barret Sanders to see who he is. Good job, PIB!

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