Bigfoot & Nessie Men's Socks

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There have been plenty of Bigfoot sightings. And there have been many sightings of the Loch Ness Monster. But the two have never been spotted together.

Until now! How did this even happen? Did Nessie somehow wander into the Atlantic Ocean and swim her way to the woods of Appalachia? Or did Bigfoot disguise himself as a very large business man and fly to Scotland? Your guess is as good as ours. But finally we have conclusive evidence that both of them exist! What a day for the field of cryptozoology!

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Richard
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Have Bigfoot and Nessie ever been spotted together?
Soxsessful Headline Shirts has created a profound literary design that happens to commemorate a new novel, “The Last Shade Tree," by my sister, Margaret. Bigfoot (Sasquatch) and Nessie, a villainous old couple known as the Moon People, cosy up in an orbiting bomb shelter that sails above WW III. Back to the socks: they are vibrantly colored, easy on the toes, and a feast for the eyes.
9/17/17
bigheadedkitty
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comforting
It's nice to know that I don't have to look for either Nessie or Bigfoot while at work....because they are both right there on my feet. Super comfy and great conversation piece....when I lift my jeans and show folks my socks. How very Victorian of me showing ankle in public....
9/25/16

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