Sunday, December 4, 2016

Operation Deep Skunk Is Under Way


From Skunk Ape investigator Tim Fasano:

Our two canoe crew landed on a remote outpost on the Withlacoochee River where I am sure nobody had ever set foot (what we had to do to get there was difficult). We were there to set up a trail cam with video function, and bait it with peanut butter. We got multiple hits and the images are amazing folks. We are now hot on the trial to Bigfoot

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    2. Hey up there, you two guys! :) Nice to see you both!

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    3. ^ minge rub condition red.

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  2. Is Rictor around? I need a blowjob bad!

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    1. ^ just use a vacuum cleaner or can't you find a hose small enough to fit over your micro wanker ?

      Joe

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    2. Give him an extra long crazy straw. Maybe he would get distracted enough to quit coming around here.

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    3. haha, we can only hope so

      Joe

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    4. Joe, your mom had no problem with the size of my wanker. Btw tell your moms I said hhhheeeeyyyyy!

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  3. What is this? Some blog about some creature called bigfoot, and some story about some island in some state called Florida and a bunch of comments about small penises from some freak that lives in his mom's basement? More liberal propaganda from the lame stream media. I'm not interested. Done.

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    1. ^ go away you soggy wet diaper

      Joe

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    2. ^ Joe`s going off to the deep spunk operation - some ass pumping is invloved

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    3. I swear all these researchers are being paid to find NOTHING!
      As many times as Fascano has been out, his results yield NOTHING!

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    4. ..How dare you talk about the Original King of YouTube Footers like that! The man is a pioneer and has more videos than you can ever dream about...

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  4. The Withlacoochee is far from being an "unexplored" river. There are a number of canoe and kayak rental businesses along it, including some that will drop you off at one end and pick you up on the other. There are also numerous powerboats and airboats there.

    I've hiked it and canoed it. Nothing there.

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    1. …except banjo players.

      Why do so many of these skunk ape "research" videos remind me of Deliverance?

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    2. ..You were supposed to start with "Spoiler Alert", but its ok: after a decade of nothing, no one thought the results of this "expedition" would yield anything...

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