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  • Yeti sounds more exotic.

    Bigfoot... well, it has big feet, right?

    November 4, 2008

  • I'm with you on this one, Lampbane. Also, Bigfoot has more than one foot, I'd imagine. Otherwise, those tracks would look mighty funny.

    November 4, 2008

  • I'm pretty sure these are distinct species, though. What about bigfoot vs sasquatch?

    November 5, 2008

  • It depends. Does Sasquatch have big feet? You know, for his size.

    Aside: Apparently all of these creatures can be classified as homins. Who knew?

    November 5, 2008

  • You know what they say..... "big feet, big..."

    November 5, 2008

  • I think you mean homonins, reesetee. But yeti, sasquatch and bigfoot can't be classified scientifically without a sample to study. DNA testing showed that a sample of supposed yeti hair came from a wild horse.

    November 5, 2008

  • Aha! So yeti* keep company with horses!

    *it just seems like the plural should be yeti.

    November 5, 2008


    November 5, 2008

  • I really don't mean anything, mollusque--I just happened to see that term used on Wikipedia. But thanks for providing the real term. :-)

    November 5, 2008

  • Is homonym a homonym for homonin?

    November 5, 2008