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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by waloshin, Apr 25, 2013.
Dead winged creature/elf found in Mexico
Warning it is in Spanish.
I'm not even sure waloshin is real.
I found one of those things in my basement once, so yes, they're very real.
It's not an elf, though. It's a mummified cat-bat.
I thought it had the appearance of a rather emaciated Peter Pan(sy). He would occasionally borrow wings from Tinker Bell.
I haven't even watched the video, but I can already tell you it's not real. Everybody knows elves don't have wings; faeries have wings.
And faeries wear boots also.
In Spanish both classes of creature are often lumped together as "duende" so misidentification of an elf/faerie/goblin/sprite is quite likely.
Why is this stuff always found in Mexico? Also that's messed up.
When I saw her face, yeah I'm a believer
I think that's what Michael Jackson wanted to grow up to become.
Quick, someone call Ripley's Believe It or Not!.
I keep calling. But all i get is a recording of jack palance.
Actually, for me, the real question is do YOU believe it is real?
Or, perhaps better said...could you possibly, in this lifetime, here on Earth, in the company of the vaguely sane, possibly believe that it is real??
Are we real? We could all be the imagination of some winged elf from Mexico!
Ah, a slightly twisted solipsistic question...
Its nicely made, someone spent a lot of time faking that.
It's obviously a tooth fairy.
There is a comment to be made here, but I hesitate to run afoul of the forum rules.
Possibly I overstated the general level of sanity here??
Yes, it's real.
It's On The Internet™. Therefore it is real.
I would like to believe it is true.
Looks like a plastic toy with real bat-wings attached.