You Don't Want To Be Mistaken For A Bigfoot In Some Places


This amateur short film teaches us two very valuable lessons. The first lesson is that you never want to be mistaken for a bigfoot, especially in certain areas of the United States. Secondly, you never want to get caught fishing in a private pond with permission of the land owners.


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    1. Man obsessed with turds has brown fingernails.

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  2. Absolute turds, why is this even on here. Why would it matter if someone thought you were bigfoot. I can guarantee you that they wouldn't get a clear photo of you and there's no hope they would catch you. After there sighting of you they would sit around and talk shit and then post some bulls hit story on here. Which Itkomi/Joe would believe in a heart beat.

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    1. You're only bothered about what I think, because what I think isn't conducive to you sleeping without the light off at night.

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  3. Man who put head on railroad track get splitting headache.

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  4. I wouldn't want to be mistaken for Bigfoot (or a bear) with Justin Smeja around. Just sayin'.

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    1. Ha ha ha ha!!

      Left you a couple of messages on the previous thread mate.

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    2. ^ needs all the help he can get

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    3. Go read it, you might learn something.

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  5. "Secondly, you never want to get caught fishing in a private pond with permission of the land owners."


    Yeah, it's better to sneak in without asking.

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    1. remember..."the bitter come out better on a stolen guitar"

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