Someone in Scotland Plays Worst Prank Ever



Someone call Mulder the remains of Nessie have been found! They’re not real? Sometimes Scully just doesn’t get the joke. I love everything about this including the skeletal remains looking like something left on the plate after a lobster dinner.

A dog walker found the remains yesterday morning but social media users were skeptical right from the start. Dogs everywhere were excited at the possibility there may be a new thing to sniff and possibly roll in. Everyone else figured out it was a prank after about ten seconds.

Help2Rehome Scotland posted the images on Facebook today and asked: “Has Nessy been found? Or someone playing a fascinating prank?”

This didn’t stop the Cliff Clavin’s of the world going full blown know it all. People you don’t have to be the first to debunk every little thing with your tortured logic. It’s like the real joke was on all of you that feel the need to do some sort of internet mansplaining about everything.


The “remains” were placed on the shore as a PR stunt for a TV show set in the Highlands. That’s all you have to say guys.

Unless you see Bigfoot. If you see Bigfoot explain that he can’t sniff the Nessie remains and roll around in them because the dogs have first dibs.


Sangfroid's unabashed use of punctuation and grammar has made him a literary standout on the internet. A rising star in the urban/romance/horror/science fiction/Nancy Drew fiction market, Sangfroid is the talk of the local McDonald's. His dog actually ate the first page of his magnum opus "That Foggy Night" and compared it to other great works like the weekly circular for its absorbent qualities.

One Comment

  1. Penny
    July 1, 2016 at 6:45 pm

    yuck, people are really weird aren’t they

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