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Loch Ness Imposter is selling a t-shirt with this picture. I thought it was cute, but I already own too many t-shirts, so I'm not gonna buy this one.

Categories: Cryptozoology
Posted by The Curator on Tue Jun 17, 2008
Comments (6)
umm... I don't get it... If a squid that big was seen in Loch Ness, it would be as big a story or larger than Nessie... proportionately, that's a big damn squid... I just don't see the squid/Nessie/Loch Ness connection, but I don't get out much... someone help me here, if that's possible... A Scotsman with a snorkel maybe, or Bigfoot with a snorkel I would get, but the squid thing just doesn't ring my bell
Posted by Hairy Houdini  on  Wed Jun 18, 2008  at  01:02 AM
It's a bit of targeted marketing. PZ Myers is gonna get sent about a thousand of these.
Posted by outeast  on  Wed Jun 18, 2008  at  03:45 AM
That's hilarious. It's nice to know that even krakens like to have fun.
Posted by Kathleen  on  Wed Jun 18, 2008  at  11:13 AM
I presume the squid bought the "Nessie" head at teh local gift shop - which raises the question - where did the squid get the money? Perhaps it mugs local tourists?
Posted by Christopher Cole  in  Tucson AZ  on  Sat Jun 21, 2008  at  02:26 PM
I own this shirt and love it!! I am so happy to see it here on this website.I love nessie so this shirt is perfect. grin
Posted by isaiah  in  somewhere on earth  on  Sat Jun 21, 2008  at  09:06 PM
it got the money from asking chef's dad if he had "about tree fiddy"
Posted by kemeny  on  Wed Jul 23, 2008  at  02:19 AM
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