Expect of me, many magic creatures are living among us. I will show you some of them, maybe this funny creatures  will find a furever home as a pet  now…
THE FLORIDA GLOBSTER (Octopus Giganteus)
On 11/30 in 1986 they discovered in Eastern Florida a carcass of 5,5x3x1 meters. It was bright pink, so I think it must be a girl and the weight was more than 18 tons. The result of the investigation said that it was a giant Octopus. Obtained tissue samples were storaged in the Smithsonian Institute and in 1995 the zoologists of the University of Maryland examined them again. The result was, that they said it’s not an Octopus it’s a Whale. But they weren’t sure. Whatever it was, it was gigantic – specially for a girl and if you plan to share your crib with the “Whalopus” you should have a big bathtub… BTW: do you have a tip how to remove the “baleen” of the calamary, this darned thingy who is like a fishing line? I know it’s out of topic, but I  just had the  idea, because the BBQ-season starts soon… Sorry, Miss Globster…
CHAMP – the monster of Lake Champlain
At the end of the 80s of the 19th century the legend of a giant snake like monster with a horse head was born. Till today more than 300 eye witnesses have seen Champ. So in 1977 a couple saw the monster near St. Albans/VT and took a picture from a distance of approx. 30 meters. A professor of the Institute of Oceanology from the University of British Columbia analyzed the picture and said, that with his calculations the USO – unindentified swimming object must have a mean size between 4,8 and 17,5 meters. They say it’s a Plesiosaurus or something in the water. For such a pet you can use your bathtub too, if necessary you can roll it up, its a foldable pet. Whether you can ride it, I’m not sure, not all who have a horse head are for riding…
In 1921 a sheepherd and a poacher from south Austria saw the same thing although both were there for a different business. On a rock sat a weird creature approx. 80-90 centimeters long. They said it was green and it had the head of a kitty but the butt of a snake. They swore that the creature attacked one of the sheeps. As the proacher shot with his gun on the creature it jumped high in the air and disappeared. Since then some herders or hikers saw the Lindworm on many places. They all described it similar only the quantity of the legs was different, from two to six. Maybe it got more legs with the raising of the alcohol level? If you live on a farm together with some farm animals this pet is not really perfect for you. I’m not sure if I would share my bed with a kitty with 6 legs and such preferences…
He lives in the Himalaya and looks like a monkey. He is also wellknown as the BIGFOOT in North America and as the ORANG PENDEK in Indonesia. He is between 2-3 yards tall and his weight is more than 400 pounds. He goes barefoot because it’s not easy to buy shoes if your feet are 17 inches long. The alpinis Reinhold Messner from south tyrol claimed that the YETI is not a human or a monkey, he should be a bear.
In a monastery in Khumjung/Nepal they have an “original” YETI scalp and also they had one in Panboche/Nepal too which was stolen under mysterious circumstances. Serendipitous at the same time two expedition-guys “found” a YETI scalp in Nepal but it was only a piece of a goatskin… If you plan to give the YETI a furever home, make sure that you have a floor heating, because he has no shoes. Even mom the shoe-maniac has no clue where to buy shoes in this size…
NESSIE is legend and famous all over the world. She lives in a lake near Iverness/Scotland. Scientists claims that NESSIE not exists and they say it’s a joke for making wonga with the tourists. BUTT: the first proven sighting of NESSIE was on 565 A.D. as Scotland was occupied by the Vikings and I have reason to doubt they came as tourists… The author who wrote this sighting down in the Vita Columbae was the abbot ADAMNAN a famous man, who was able to kill a wild boar only with his voice. A guy with such a talent is absolutely trustworthy – NO DOUBTS! During the years the description of NESSIE was always the same only for her size the description is different, because she was described bigger and bigger… butt hey, that’s normal. A dog needs 2-3 years to be fully grown and NESSIE needs centuries – who cares. Sadly you can’t adopt NESSIE, because that would be a commercial crisis for scotland. But you can visit NESSIE and make a donation for her treats. I believe Sammy’s pawrents did it once and if you ask me, Scotland is beautiful with or without seeing NESSIE …
If anyone has an idea where to get the book of the abbot ADAMNAN, please give me a sign. I want to learn this voice-thingy…

About easyweimaraner

Weimaraner /Braque de Weimar, born in 2009, male & fabulous From: Britanny / France Likes: Plushtoy-Shredding, Spikebones,long distance Walks, everyday a Gift, Chicken, Shoes, Underwear, my squeekie Pig & my whole Life Dislikes: Water, Cats, Beaf, Cats, cleaning my Ears, Cats, the Vet, Cats, Snow & CATS! Profession: Student of psychological War-technics & Terrorism, after my Masterdegree i become to rule the world or maybe to be the owner of toys r us. actually i'm not sure... Status: Single Pets: Hell, NO! i prefer a petfree home. but owner of two slaves for my comfy Misc.: Greencardowner for Masterbed, Master of Beggin, Prince of Thiefs We decided to leave Easy's datas as they were... although we lost him in november 2016, he is still with us.... and his little brothers Phenny and Nelly promised to write on not as Easy the weim, but as easy Weimaraner... About us: Mr. Phoenix, born 9/9/2016 a virgo and always clever&smart...Neilson, born 7/28/2017 a leo who thinks he is clever&smart...

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  1. Hi Easy! There are so many strange and wonderful creatures on this planet don’t you think??? (although you and I are of course two of the WONDERFUL rather than STRANGE types)……YES my parents were on a trip to Scotland and looked and looked for Nessie in Loch Ness – my Mom had the movie camera at the ready – and she slowly moved it across the surface of the loch looking for Nessie —– when the camera accidentally moved to where my Dad was standing, Mom said on the movie “WOW! I believe we’ve sighted Nessie after all!!” (it was actually his nose in the shot….oops Mom). Thanks for all the great info on the various weirdo creatures there are – no doubt many more we don’t know about…..yet!

    Kitty Hugs, Sammy

    • I remember about your post of Scotland … but after all better dads nose on video than nothing :o) Maybe Nessie had no opening hours as your pawrents were there? Probably you have to call her before visiting for an audience… maybe that’s like to meet popie in vatican?

  2. Misaki says:

    I love the idea of have a foldable pet, how cool is that!
    Mummy sometimes says I’m a yeti but that’s just mean (plus my feet aren’t THAT big!!)

  3. Bawaahhawaa love the foldable pet, we got a baff tub so wez can adopt one of those, we will test out if you can ride wiff Alfie going first..BOL Have a happy Munday xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

  4. catchatcaren says:

    I like the Nessie the best!

  5. Those are some great animals. A foldable pet sounds pretty convenient!

    Piggy kisses,
    Katie and Coccolino the mini pig

  6. This post was a bit scary…

  7. You look good as any from of monster Easy. That whaloctupus, as it’s already dead, would be great if you had a lot of people visiting for a barbeque. What a party that would be. Now, I’m particularly interested in having a folding, swimming, horse headed pet. Wonderful for all types of watersports and, being folding, would be easier to transport. This is a most informative post and one that all potential “monster adopters” should read.

    • I think so, foldable pets are the dernier cri :o) and they haven’t to wait in the car or outside of a store, you can shop while they are in your pocket, great idea….where is the number of the patent office?

  8. dogloverofmax@gmail.com says:

    That’s one awesome post! I love to read about wild stuff like that! Great to tell kids about too! I’ll have to craft some stories for my Grand Nephew and Nieces using this! Thanks and happy Monday!

  9. Goose says:

    A fold able pet? humm I think it would be easier to care for an origami pet. I mean it folds and the chance of it eating you is much less.

    • Could be a great idea Goose, but sadly I’m not good in origami. I need hours for folding a paper hat :o) But if I had such a foldable pet, it would have no chance to eat me, because I’m always far away form the bathtub :o)

  10. ilovecats says:

    Thanks for sharing! Cute pictures.

  11. Ann Staub says:

    I haven’t heard of some of the first monsters before! I don’t think I’d like to meet up with Miss Globster… or any of them for that matter!

  12. Wow Easy we are both having weird critter day. We had not heard of most of those. You make a pawsome Yeti pal. We have never seen Nessie and I think we are glad not to. Have a marvelous monster Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

    • I thought the same as I read your post hahaha… what a monster-mash-monday :o) I would like to meet Nessie if she lives since 565 A.D. she could buy us a drink in a pub :o)

  13. Woof! Woof! Happy Magic Monday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

  14. sheltiebeauties says:

    My mom is visiting the Loch Ness in summer and I hope she can find that Loch Ness Thingy out!


  15. finnhoward says:

    I just don’t think our house is big enough for the Yeti, but if it was, I am sure we’d be able to adopt him 🙂

  16. Kyla says:

    For a birthday present, I didn’t want anything this exotic, just a common dragon.

    • Oh you are such a humble scotty-lady… only a common dragon… I wish I had such a dragon too, who wouldn’t want a flame thrower on four legs? But sadly I can’t because dragons have virgins on their bill of fare… and I’m a virgo …

  17. owyheestar says:

    Speechless…………….what talent. If only I had those skills, and this much imagination. Where could I go??????? You are awesome! A wild-child with out-there parents. Oops that slipped over into something other than speechless. Sorry…..

  18. Gizmo says:

    Momz loves monsters like this Easy…she grew up with the Jersey Devil and remembers the Florida Globster…we have another one here called the Florida Skunk Ape..Momz sez that’s probably just a dog that’s been rolling in poo, but who can tell…Happy Magic Monday !

    • Oh I remember about the Jersey Devil on your blog, that’s a really scary guy. I saw a picture of the skunk-ape from 2000, that was as my dad was there…. just saying :o)

  19. Will and Eko says:

    Easy, if the whole dog thing doesn’t work out for you, you would make an excellent yeti!

  20. Easy why dress up you hairy beast 🙂 LOL xxx

  21. Two French Bulldogs says:

    Those monsters are very scary yet look familiar!
    Benny & Lily

  22. Brian says:

    Those are so cool, but I don’t want to see any of them show up in my back yard!

  23. PigLove says:

    ooohh – I love all of your ‘monsters’. In fact, I think I met Bigfoot in the hallway last night. Oh my bad, that was just daddy – snort. XOXO – Bacon

  24. Jen says:

    Cryptozoology is such a cool thing 😀

  25. rebecca2000 says:

    I like Nessie 😀

  26. Out in the snow, Mom’s footprints looked like Bigfoot compared to mine! I wouldn’t want to run into ANY of these guys! Yikes.

    Love and licks,

  27. You as the Yeti made me laugh really hard.
    And you left out his one, lives in Barcelona, Spain:

    • I’ll bet even the best cryptozoologist would throw in the towel. I read about Mrs. M., that she said: Todo lo que tengo de fina lo tengo de vagina…. Carmen, I hope you’re right :o)

      • Hahahahaha I love her.
        She suffered a lot during the dictatorship, was incarcerated and eaten up several times because of what she is. She’s now living a “famous” life, she doesn’t hurt anyone and at least some people show her love even if it’s making fun of her (she’s the first to make fun of herself)
        That being said, she’s fucking ugly lol

      • That’s true…therefore I hope the other bodypart of her looks better. but after all she said the right words about the previous “king” of France :o) Chapeau Carmen!

      • Believe, she’s gross all around, she has a porn movie lol
        “Electricista, Electricista, tengo el coño que echa chispas”

      • hahahahaha… hope she hasn’t a “cortocircuito”…

  28. Very interesting post Easy, love the photos!

  29. Thanks for the laugh with the photos!

  30. Penelope says:

    Hi Easy! Mes LOVES Magical Monday, my pal Larry the Sasquatch (http://catfromhell.wordpress.com/2013/01/24/wordy-thursday/) would differ with yous on being Magic, but he is into Mything…

  31. You make an incredible Yeti Easy! Happy monday to you all 🙂

  32. Zena says:

    Got to sleep next to the pup tonight after reading about some of those!

  33. Was doing a summer job in the Drumnadrochit hotel many moons ago. Came home to find my housemate dumbstruck – she was washing her car on the hill overlooking the loch and had just seen Nessie…

  34. kolytyi says:

    What do you think, Easy, would Lindworm and Yeti make friends with each other? Lindworm could be a perfect watchpet and Yeti could be his pal – and we have floor-heating!
    I propose to acquire an exemplar of Adamnan’s other work Lex Innocentium (“Law of the Innocents”) as well. It might be practical in certain situations…
    If you manage to buy Vita Columbae, take care that it does not belong to dad’s or mom’s hands.

  35. Lee says:

    Are fleas magical creatures? They can jump 7 inches high and horizontally up to 13 inches making the flea one of the best jumpers of all known animals And those blood suckers appear like magic every spring. Why they even have four life cycle.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog
    Sweet William The Scot

    • Absolutely, they are :o) Think they are jumping vampires, so we can call them “Jumpires”… and I think they have a lot of magic power… sometimes they can survive even frontline… that’s magic :o)

  36. Sasha says:

    Wow that was some amazing information. I knew about some of those, but you taught me about some I didn’t know. I hope I never meet a Yeti and Nessie just scares me. I like just staying home and learning about them from you.

    Loveys Sasha

  37. LifeOfBun says:

    I almost WANT to believe in these creatures when I hear about them though I wouldn’t want to encounter them!! >_< But but.. they're so cool though!!

  38. tylersat99 says:

    We don’t think with the Newfs we would have room for the Yeti, but the foldable monster might be neat. Maybe we could take him to the creek with us and he could swim there 🙂

  39. those are some seriously magikal magic monsters…and so are those stories…MOL

  40. Nylabluesmum says:

    MOL…you make da cutest Yeti…er me meanz bery bery scary Yeti 😉 Lub Nylablue xo

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