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Chris -- 2015-05-30
im suprize they didnt say it was the lost nest monster or something down the lines of that shocker
In today’s Daily Mail. 40 more examples on google include
“Im not saying anything, for all I know you found the lost nest monster” Peyton said.
On the plain in Spain where it mainly rains.
Excellent! An Aunty Lehmann, if I remember our terminology right.
*If the human mind were simple enough for us to understand,
we would be too simple-minded to understand it* .
Lost nest monster is a great double banger, exquisite and rare. I think the two you’ve found about cover it, Juan. Its eggcornhood is solidly supported by the existence of lesser forms, though. For example, there is a related one, the log nest monster, which provides an explanation for where the beast hides out.
how can someone make up something and waste their money on something fake? it sounds real to me. I thought it could be the log nest monster before they even said it might be the log nest monster, they have to be real now
[Response] You mean “Lockness?”
Dragons are real, doc
not only am i gonna have pics of the sisters but also of bigfoot, the professional AND the log nest monster too!!! Toungue
http://www.noreast.com/discussion/ViewT … 534&page=2
1st time: ahh!! log nest monster!!
shadow kan: like we will fall for that
2nd time:ahh!! log nest monster!!
shadow kan: Where!! Where?!!
Imagined dialogue for cartoon
The locked nest monster has survived by being cut off from the ocean; it’s landloched.
One evening per month the locked nest monster pike emerges from its lair there, to feed on salmon and trout fingerlings and other beings…
http://www.salmoncrazy.com/forum/index. … opic=35575
Who doesn’t know about the famous lock nest monster in Scotland, or the famous sashquotch known as big foot?
http://www.associatedcontent.com/articl … nster.html
If you are one of those people who are frustrated and you feel like the idea of generating wealth online may be a rumor like the lock nest monster.
http://www.zimbio.com/Nail+Art+Designs+ … ers+Decals
Finally, that stiffly erect neck suggests that it is the loch/lock neck monster. Note the second hit here, that makes the connection to stranding.
The thing in the water is nesse: The loch neck monster. It was in both the first and second demo.
My greatest claim to fame these days is the fact that many people think that the lock neck monster is actually a plesiosaur, a descendent of a group that was stranded in the lake when the earth’s sea levels fell.
http://keep2.sjfc.edu/faculty/bnapoli/m … xtonly.htm
What is it? An alien? A Sasquatch? The Lock neck Monster? A Dragon?
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index … 722AAA41T6
I looked for “lost neck monster”, but only turned up multiple references to a Welsh football player who’s short and stocky.