Bigfoot and Yeti Christmas tree ornaments

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10 Responses to “Bigfoot and Yeti Christmas tree ornaments”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Well, it is obvious that Bigfoot is smiling because the artists have painted them more correctly.

    Yetis are reportedly described by eyewitnesses as reddish and darker browns, with each foot’s hallux (their big toe) sticking out to the side, more like a pongid than a hominid. Bigfoot/Sasquatch feet are more like yours and mine, that is humanlike, like these models, but, of course, larger than the feet of Homo sapiens.

    But for cultural reasons and because white ornaments tend to show better against the emerald background of evergreen trees, I think albino Yetis are here to stay.

    Enjoy them.

    Happy Holidays,
    Loren Coleman
    International Cryptozoology Museum
    Portland, Maine

  2. technogeek says:

    Not that it’s a holiday I observe, but the top-of-the-head hanging point bothers me.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Screw xmas ornaments. Make them into salt and pepper shakers.

  4. Gilgongo says:

    The hanging point appears to be standard-issue Xmas bauble grade. Perhaps you were wanting something less seasonal?

  5. bklynchris says:

    Why is Sasquatch smiling more than Yeti?

  6. Believe_It_Tour says:

    Perfect combo for the mini Bigfoot plaster casts ornaments from Bigfoot Surplus.

  7. ackpht says:

    At last I understand the difference between Bigfoot and a yeti. It’s the paint.

  8. igpajo says:

    I want one with a Santa hat.

  9. UnnecessaryUmlaut says:

    Cool idea, though Bigfoot is lookin’ a little Dr. Cornelius-y.

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