Scotland's official plan if the Loch Ness Monster is found

What if Nessie is female? …

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Not the most impressive sporran I’ve ever seen, but what does Nessie know, anyway.

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When did Oz get so cut?

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Somewhere in the Pacific Ocean Godzilla is filling out an immigration form for Scotland…

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https://www.cdc.gov/phpr/zombie/index.htm

Oh. KIT, not KILT. Got it.

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Och, laddie, it’s nae the sporran wha’ counts, but wha’s beneath it!

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So I hear.

:slight_smile:

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Which reminds me of the old joke:
Q. What does a Scotsman wear beneath his kilt?
A. Shoes.

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The truth is much more terrifying.

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Hmm. Sometime in the 1980ies I saw a sketch on a British TV channel.
The setup was a scotsman sitting in a cinema between two little old ladies. Wearing a kilt. With a sporran. A sporran with an animal’s head on it. Possibly a fox or a badger, I forget.
First little old lady starts to pet the head on the sporran, thinking it’s a lapdog.
Scotsman politely points out to her that she is stroking his sporran.
Second little old lady exclaims, “What? I’ve been feeding it bisquits for the last half hour!”

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I think of all the crypto creatures in the world, Lochness Monster seems impossible. There would have to be a breeding population and there simply is not enough food sources for even one to live, let alone fiftyor so. There may be a bizarre animal that lives in the lake, but it’s not a pleisiosaur. I’m all about the Yeti though… YetiLives.
:yum:

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Something like that ski-fi tropiness, and in Scotland, it involves a spell broken only by Andy Murray:

You will yet understand the “multidimensional” aspect of the cryptid paradox, padawan.

:wink:

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Batter and deep-fry it?

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I am willing to volunteer to become Nessie.

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