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(The Scottish Sun)   New Loch Ness Monster 'sighting' snap by tourist has Subby wondering just when people will finally start believing in blurry pictures. This monster is REAL dammit   (thescottishsun.co.uk) divider line
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2020-12-24 6:08:35 AM  
"Quick thinking Karen"???

They have specialties now?
 
2020-12-24 6:22:21 AM  
Hard not to be convinced with such a compelling photo of... a blurry blob
 
2020-12-24 7:36:57 AM  
Now the images have been recorded as a positive Nessie sighting by the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register.


I'm a bit fuzzy on what wouldn't be a 'positive Nessie sighting.'
 
2020-12-24 8:09:40 AM  

Badmoodman: Now the images have been recorded as a positive Nessie sighting by the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register.


I'm a bit fuzzy on what wouldn't be a 'positive Nessie sighting.'


Well, if someone saw Nessie trying to lure a small boy into a windowless van... that probably wouldn't be so positive I guess
 
2020-12-24 8:14:34 AM  
Stupid people... it's obviously Big Foot vacationing in Scotland.  I can tell by the pixels.
 
2020-12-24 8:29:27 AM  

OldRod: Badmoodman: Now the images have been recorded as a positive Nessie sighting by the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register.


I'm a bit fuzzy on what wouldn't be a 'positive Nessie sighting.'

Well, if someone saw Nessie trying to lure a small boy into a windowless van... that probably wouldn't be so positive I guess


Nessie trying to hit a vein while dopesick.

/And don't even think about what it had to do to get the $10 for that hit.
 
2020-12-24 9:05:22 AM  
In the era of zooming smartphones, this oils really the best they can do?
 
2020-12-24 9:11:39 AM  
Oh that's right! I knew I left my sea monkeys somewhere.
 
2020-12-24 9:14:41 AM  

moos: "Quick thinking Karen"???

They have specialties now?


Class specialization
 
2020-12-24 9:16:03 AM  

moos: "Quick thinking Karen"???

They have specialties now?


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Some even explode
 
2020-12-24 9:19:03 AM  
That's a streetlight.
 
2020-12-24 9:21:15 AM  
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I mean, really, what else could that possibly be except a sea monster?
 
2020-12-24 9:25:42 AM  
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2020-12-24 9:28:29 AM  

Jake Havechek: [Fark user image image 425x566]


Came to say that he needed to give it tree fiddy
 
2020-12-24 9:33:47 AM  
I'm convinced
 
2020-12-24 9:39:44 AM  
Stop greenlighting the Sun.
 
2020-12-24 9:41:06 AM  
"Gary Campbell, who keeps the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register "

Nessie is a job-creator! Take that, you skeptics.
 
2020-12-24 9:42:46 AM  
Gah! Nessie's more monstrous than I imagined.

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2020-12-24 9:44:01 AM  
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2020-12-24 9:47:30 AM  

Mugato: Gah! Nessie's more monstrous than I imagined.

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You still would
 
2020-12-24 9:55:47 AM  
Blurry monster every other thing in the photo is in focus and not blurry. How the fark is that even possible.
 
2020-12-24 10:01:50 AM  
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2020-12-24 10:02:26 AM  

KoreanZombie: Blurry monster every other thing in the photo is in focus and not blurry. How the fark is that even possible.


just like big foot and other cryptid creature sightings, they are ancient life forms that appear from other dimensions. a good example is the dire wolf seen around skinwalker ranch. there have been no dire wolves living in north america for thousands of years. it's just an echo of an ancient form of life. so, naturally they are blurry when photographed.
 
2020-12-24 10:04:15 AM  

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2020-12-24 10:04:53 AM  
I believe in blurry pictures.  I don't think I'll ever stop believing
 
2020-12-24 10:19:20 AM  
I don't know what your problem is Subby, but the images have been recorded as a positive Nessie sighting by the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Register.

Why isn't that good enough for you people?
 
2020-12-24 10:29:31 AM  

Nick Nostril: [Fark user image 850x637]

I mean, really, what else could that possibly be except a sea monster?


I saw a lot of possible Nessie sightings in that photo then I realized that I have to clean my monitor.
 
2020-12-24 10:37:40 AM  
That hardly looks eight stories tall.
 
2020-12-24 10:40:10 AM  

grokca: Nick Nostril: [Fark user image 850x637]

I mean, really, what else could that possibly be except a sea monster?

I saw a lot of possible Nessie sightings in that photo then I realized that I have to clean my monitor.


I've a nice, powerful Nessie sighting building up right now.
 
2020-12-24 10:59:19 AM  

Nick Nostril: [Fark user image 850x637]

I mean, really, what else could that possibly be except a sea monster?


What gets me is there are far better artifacts in that image than her blob.
 
2020-12-24 11:02:21 AM  
If I saw that in a dermatology book it'd be labelled skin cancer.
 
2020-12-24 11:17:46 AM  
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2020-12-24 11:22:55 AM  
Are we all looking at the same thing?  I mean, are we seeing the same stuff?
 
2020-12-24 11:26:40 AM  
Time traveler sights are at...zero for the year.


I wonder why.
 
2020-12-24 11:28:40 AM  

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It always amuses me when I see a pic of Mitch Hedberg. He looks like a buddy of mine's wife.

/ looked
 
2020-12-24 11:37:45 AM  

stuffy: [th.bing.com image 471x270]


Came for Jack the Ripper, left satisfied. No, not that kind of came. Ok, maybe a little... that long neck, those teeth.... those flippers....
 
2020-12-24 11:42:00 AM  
oblig.

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2020-12-24 11:43:41 AM  
The latest declassified picture is actually more informative.

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2020-12-24 11:49:38 AM  
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2020-12-24 11:50:26 AM  
This ship has sailed. No matter how good a picture is, there's no way to prove it isn't a Photoshop if it's a good job. Or even video if they use Aftereffects.
 
2020-12-24 11:51:35 AM  

moos: "Quick thinking Karen"???

They have specialties now?


They ask for the manager before they're even slighted.
 
2020-12-24 12:36:01 PM  
nice blurry cube shot from what 30 miles away?  No question that is a sea monster!  Shut it down!!  Mystery solved!  Good job Scoob!!
 
2020-12-24 1:08:12 PM  
There naked women on tv, too
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2020-12-24 3:13:08 PM  
It's a xmas miracle!
Me and grandpa believe.
 
2020-12-24 3:43:59 PM  
People basically dredged that entire lake and found absolutely nothing unusual. Twice, if I remember correctly. You can't really settle it any better than that without draining the entire damn thing.

At least Bigfoot has like all of North America to hide in.
 
2020-12-24 4:23:47 PM  

Nick Nostril: [Fark user image 850x637]

I mean, really, what else could that possibly be except a sea monster?


Looks more like Bigfoot than Nessie
 
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