doctorow at April 22nd, 2014 17:03 — #1
rjmeelar at April 22nd, 2014 17:14 — #2
Winged Cigar Shape? Really. There is no feathered/ bird shaped UFO?
squidfood at April 22nd, 2014 17:23 — #3
Just makes me realized how... cloud-shaped all the sightings are.
stephen_schenck at April 22nd, 2014 17:23 — #4
I find it interesting that UFOs resemble not just rolled-out condoms, but packaged ones, as well.
brainspore at April 22nd, 2014 17:28 — #5
NOW I understand where that meme came from.
rjmeelar at April 22nd, 2014 17:31 — #6
They mostly look like, airplanes, mirages, and the moon. This is more a chart for spotting idiots.
japhroaig at April 22nd, 2014 17:33 — #7
I am being completely, 100% honest here: I need that as a framed poster so I can hang it in between my De Long's Grape Varietal table, reproduction 1400's Yorkshire map, and signed Inspector Spacetime memorabilia.
taniwha at April 22nd, 2014 17:46 — #8
paper plates, paper plates, cigar, cigar, paper plates paper plates, condom, space shuttle, paper plate, paper plate, cigar, cigar, paper plate, paper plate, cigar, light bulb, paper plate paper plates cigar, weather balloon, paper plate, paper plate, cigar, toy top, paper plate, paper plate, plane, dream catcher, paper plate, paper plate, popsicle sticks - Occam rules!
eksrae at April 22nd, 2014 17:53 — #9
Notice that some of these have ports for emitting swamp gas.
engineer at April 22nd, 2014 18:10 — #10
Odd that as a greater percentage of the population walks around with devices with built in cameras, the number of reports of UFOs and cryptozoological animals drops.
Or maybe the sightings have increased and the lack of coverage is part of the cover up!
stefanjones at April 22nd, 2014 18:19 — #11
Digital cameras have UFO / cryptid recognition circuits that automatically "shop" the image into something innocuous, like a cloud in the case of a UFO, or a stanky old shaggy hobo in the case of Bigfoot.
So when the photographer gets home and reviews the image he thinks, "gosh, I guess I was seeing things!"
Also, when the camera is connected to a computer for download, a message is sent to the Men in Black, marking the photographer for termination.
mister44 at April 22nd, 2014 18:25 — #12
Able to travel interstellar distances, possibly faster than light.
Unable to observe Earth with out hovering around close enough to be observed and photographed.
jim_kirk at April 22nd, 2014 18:34 — #13
leroienjaune at April 22nd, 2014 18:42 — #14
That would have made a better poster for Fox Mulder's office than the "I Want to Believe" poster. It would have played up a different aspect of the character, at least. Where can I order a copy of this?
miasm at April 22nd, 2014 18:45 — #15
Hmmm. Rocket shaped UFOs eh?
Wonder what those could have been.
prestonsturges at April 22nd, 2014 18:49 — #16
Ha-ha I remember having this book!
glitch at April 22nd, 2014 19:03 — #17
Gents, if your dick resembles any of the shapes in this UFO spotter's guide, please seek medical attention immediately.
brainspore at April 22nd, 2014 19:16 — #18
Oh c'mon. "Seen over Africa" is clearly a novelty prophylactic.
rjmeelar at April 22nd, 2014 20:07 — #19
What? Yours doesn't have wings?
the_borderer at April 22nd, 2014 20:08 — #20
Now I have this playing in my head.
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