Bigfoot Quotes

Quotes tagged as "bigfoot" (showing 1-13 of 13)
Jim Butcher
“Whenever you've got a choice, do good, kiddo. It isn't always fun or easy, but in the long run it makes your life better.”
Jim Butcher, Under My Hat: Tales from the Cauldron

Graham Roumieu
“It me birthday and nobody came...Bigfoot decide do something nice for self for big day and sneak in they house at night and pick out own present and blow out flickering candle of life in they brains. Make a wish, jerks.


Graham Roumieu

Greg Gutfeld
“The only candidate I'd allow to play my music would be Bigfoot, and unless we're talking about foraging for squirrels, he's notoriously apolitical.”
Greg Gutfeld, Not Cool: The Hipster Elite and Their War on You

William Jevning
“Its better to be thought a fool, than to open one's mouth and remove all doubt.”
William Jevning

Bret Easton Ellis
“Bigfoot was interviewed on The Patty Winters Show this morning and to my shock I found him surprisingly articulate and charming.”
Bret Easton Ellis, American Psycho

Bella Swann
“As Angelica opened up her eyes, she shuddered in fear at the massive animal that was holding her and fondling her body. I have been captured by a Bigfoot, she thought. The natives were right. There are Bigfoots in the jungles of Elysia. Her body stiffened as she tried to twist away and out of the imprisoning arms of the massive creature that was holding her capture.”
Bella Swann, The Claiming of Angelica, the Supernatural Sleuth: Her Erotic Adventures in the Dangerous Elysian Jungle

“They vanished in the same forest without a trace. Not one of them was ever found or heard from again.'
'And you suspect what?' Scully asked. 'Bigfoot maybe?'
'Not likely,' Mulder answered deadpan. 'That's a lot of flannel to choke down. Even for Bigfoot.'
Scully sighed. She should have known better than to joke about Bigfoot to Mulder. Bigfoot wasn't a joke to him.”
Les Martin, Darkness Falls

Graham Roumieu
“It true, Bigfoot career been in hole lately. Bigfoot mania of the ‘70’s and ‘80’s but distant memory. I famous for ability to not be see but don’t think I not notice you not notice. I blame music television and internet. People too lazy and stupid to appreciate conceptual artist like Bigfoot who appeal is absence.”
Graham Roumieu, Me Write Book: It Bigfoot Memoir

M.J. McGuire
“Jimmy Hoffa is not dead. He works at the National Enquirer with Elvis and Bigfoot.”
M.J. McGuire

J.M. Northup
“Adam delayed only a second longer before traversing into the uncertain future, crossing the hidden divide; the fabric separating worlds. He moved from the shadows that paralleled the town, where unseen lives existed alongside of unsuspecting, oblivious people. With his seemingly mundane act of taking one step forward, he effectively walked from myth to reality.”
J.M. Northup, Revived

J.M. Northup
“I think most of the people in the area know about the native people’s legends and lore. There are definitely variations in their stories and each tribe has a slightly different description of… Sasquatch, but that’s no surprise when you consider how varied all animals are.”
J.M. Northup, Revived

“To hear Camrose tell of it, as he often does and in excruciating detail, his early years were tantamount to a parallel Dickensian universe inasmuch as every meal was boiled down to gruel. (Please sir, I don’t want any more.) Whatever vegetables the commune were able to come by through barter, theft or scavenging – though oddly not from a community garden which no one had ever thought to plant – were tossed into a pot with a few heaping scoops of lentils and a handful of curry powder, then boiled down until thick and grayish brown. The resulting semi-solid porridge landed in the bowl with a wet thump reminiscent of raw liver smacking the floor and forced its way to the stomach with an angry lurch. Invalids fed through feeding tubes found more satisfaction in their daily bread than young Camrose.”
Kingfisher, The Whole Beast

Graham Roumieu
“Yes, everyone know Bigfoot smell like shit. Please make effort not to point out every time you see Bigfoot. Thank you.”
Graham Roumieu, Me Write Book: It Bigfoot Memoir