loch ness monsterHaters gon' hate, you know? Some know-it-all "scientists" are claiming that the Loch Ness monster isn't some enormous, mystical, unimaginably elusive creature living in the Scottish lake of the same name and are insisting that the ripples, bubbles, and water bumps people are seeing are in fact caused by an "active fault" line running under the body of water. 

Oh yeah. Ok. Sure. Whatever you say, "research experts".

You mean to tell me that a brontosaurus-sized monster that's never been caught in a relatively small lake isn't real, and that the so-far-unexplained bubble action is actually a result of seismic activity?

Please.

Loch Ness for life.

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Just keep swimming, right guys?

 

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