Groups of different animals have names.
Packs of dogs
Cast of falcons
Murder of crows
Gaggle of geese
Army of frogs
Smack of jellyfish
Family of otters
etc etc etc. Look it up and you can find any animal…almost.But WHAT is a group of Bigfoots/Sasquatches called? Anyone?
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Perhaps a Yowling of Yeti. or a body of Bigfoots. Maybe a Passel of Sasquatches. Since one might assume that coming across a group of bigfoots could be rather celebritous and noisy thing to behold, a Shivaree of Sasquatches might be appropriate.
A Yowling! A Pasell! You’re on fire. I love these. Shivaree of Sasquatches has a sort of classy sound to it. They might like that.
You never know what Yeti will like. BTW. I’ve heard we have Yeti in New Mexico.
How about a Trod of Feet? Although, I think it would be cool to call them a cryptic.
Ohhhhhh I TROD. I like it. A Cryptic of Sasquatch sounds good too, and is quite fitting.
Call me ignorant, but I always was under the impression there is only ONE bigfoot…
I haven’t been really thinking that over, I realize now. It would not explain why generations of human beings discuss bigfoot’s existence, which would mean, that particular bigfoot must be somewhat seven or eight hundred years old, or I misunderstood the biology of procreation. Also, if you don’t mind, at what age is a bigfoot old enough to drink beer?
There are a lot of them out there. Bigfoot watchers claim they have language and call and response over long distances in the woods. They are also said to communicate by knocking on trees. They are also known to have rumbles between groups. This is just what I’ve read and heard. I’ve never seen one, but I’ve written about them. LOL. As for the beer… I guess they start drinking beer as soon as they’re able to steal it from campers or get a fake ID.
*grin* – I’d like to see the pic on the fake ID
In honor of the image, it should be a HARRY of BIGFEET!
Of course, I still voted for the mermaids, even if they don’t have big feet, or little feet, or…. you know.
I love it! A Harry of Bigfeet!
One cannot have a Burning Question without mermaids.
A. I truly think it’s only respectable to refer to a group of Bigfoot as a family or tribe….
B. But based on your response “known to have rumbles between groups” if we were to categorize them as animals such as a pack or herd, then a “rumble of Bigfoot” would be a sight to behold.
Thank you for this, I was just planning a Bigfoot/ ufo hunting trip and that very question was indeed burning in my mind so I had to google it! Lol stay happy safe and healthy!
No matter what you call them Bigfoots are always a sight to behold. Thanks for stopping by.