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The Loch Ness Monster was spotted on Apple Maps. The size is estimated to be anywhere from 50 to 100 feet, ruling out any possibility of it being a log or a sea otter. Finally, Apple Maps is useful for something.
But this raises the question, how much longer until Hogwarts is captured on Apple Maps?
looks like a whale shark, and theyre about 50 feet long
A whale shark in a fresh water lake?
It could be a Mekong giant catfish. The largest on record was 10 feet long, however, these catfish will grow for their entire lifespan, and they do live in freshwater. While it is native to Thailand, it could be a rehabilitation project since they’re critically endangered, or just some sort of fluke.
Also guys this is right across from a road named “82A Loch Ness” so it might just be a joke.
I mean I’d assume the road is named 83A Loch Ness because the actual lake shown is named Loch Ness.
Shit it’s actually there O.O
I was skeptical so I had to go look and it is really there towards the top and western side of the lake. Holy shit.
WHY DO PEOPLE CALL IT FUCK, MARRY, KILL WHEN THEY COULD CALL IT BED, WED, BEHEAD
easy there henry
whos henry what thef uck?
*faint laughter from Britian*
*history teachers crying*
I used to work in here. Not in 1984 mind you. But you know.
“Thus did a handful of rapacious citizens come to control all that was worth controlling in America. Thus was the savage and stupid and entirely inappropriate and unnecessary and humorless American class system created. Honest, industrious, peaceful citizens were classed as bloodsuckers if they asked to be paid a living wage. And they saw that praise was reserved henceforth for those who devised means of getting paid enormously for committing crimes against which no laws had been passed. Thus the American dream turned belly up, turned green, bobbed to the scummy surface of cupidity unlimited, filled with gas, went bang in the noonday sun.” ~ (Kurt Vonnegut)