In a giant twofer for paranormal fans, a pair of mysterious identical disks were caught on film hovering over Loch Ness. British tourists took pictures of the lake while on vacation in April and only recently looked at the photos. They were startled to notice what appears to be a matched pair of golden disks floating about 900 feet above the surface of the water.
Loch Ness – check. UFOs – check. If Bigfoot was there, it would be a paranormal hat trick. Of AWESOME.
Swamp gas, obvs! Shiny metallic swamp gas…. that travels in pairs. Yeah, that’s the ticket.
If you’d like to monitor the Loch for further UFO activity – or you know, just run-of-the-mill sea monster sighthings – click here for the NessieCam. And tell Nessie I said “Hey!” (She owes me money.)
Scientists are baffled by a mysterious stone structure recently discovered at the bottom of the Sea of Galilee in Israel. Comprised of basalt stones, the enormous circular structure – with a 230-foot circumference – rises to a height of 32 feet and is estimated to weigh 60,000 tons.
Twice the size of Stonehenge, the structure is estimated to be between 2,000 to 12,000 years old. Investigating archeologists have no idea who built it or what purpose it served.
I assume it’s a Starbucks.
Behold, the galaxy’s most adorable shelter pet adoption campaign: Star Wars villains holding homeless animals looking for a home. (Presumably not on Hoth.)
This is the snuggleboots I was looking for. Yes it is!
Now we know why Tusken Raiders dress like that. Allergies.
Pictured: Garindan and one very nervous bunny.
Not pictured: the foot-high pile of rabbit poop just out of frame.
Amused, you are.
Sorry to folks who posted hilarious things and did not see them get approved or get a reply until the past few days. WordPress – God love ’em – changed the Admin Tool and it somehow disconnected my ability to receive notices that someone was kind enough to read the blog and leave a post. Hopefully, that’s fixed now.
And thanks again for reading!
Now ya’ll know how much I love a Bigfoot cake. Now there’s a brilliant new twist on the genre: the Yeti Bundt cake! You slice a seemingly boring cake open to reveal the secret Sasquatch within. Now let’s be clear – it’s no Biggie and Nessie cake. But it’s pretty damn cool.
Bigfoot-flavored — it tastes like blueberries and blurry camera work.
*Thanks to FOB Jennifer Malone for sending this one in. You rock, Jen!