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1.18.2010

Chupacabra Craziness

Second video here. The Messenger hit a home run with their critter story from yesterday. The Weekly World News is on it as well as our local Fox affiliate (and it's already being picked up by some other national affiliates.) It's going big time, baby! If somebody doesn't start printing T-shirts quickly, they are missing out.

38 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's a Coyote with mange, you retards.

guinjames said...

5:07 Did you read the article. It states a vet said there is no lesions typical of mange.
OH yeah, retard.

Anonymous said...

Just judging from the back feet, the extended snout, long finger like toes, sharp claws, ears, length of legs (both front and rear), it looks like a hairless raccoon.
RJ

Anonymous said...

The length of the mouth is another indication that it may be a raccoon. Generally, dogs, coyotes, etc. have a longer jaw opening.
RJ

Anonymous said...

they got "chupacabra" t-shirts at the new screen printing shop that just recently opened in downtown bridgeport.

hilarious!

Anonymous said...

What ever it is, it's totally metro.

Anonymous said...

Wise County is now on the Map!

We did not even need gas filled police officers to get there !

Anonymous said...

Another Wise County Messenger retarded story to drum up business.

Anonymous said...

St. Andrews has the road hole. Doral has the blue monster. The Bay has the CHUPACABRA.

Anonymous said...

Dog.

Anonymous said...

These things have been running wild across the county for years!

What is the big deal.

There is a whole pack of them out at Wizard Wells!

Anonymous said...

Next thing you'll see is a sasquatch sighting
In the bay. I bet the guy that found it takes it
To the taxidermist. I hear banjos playing
In the background.
Bb

The Fishing Musician said...

Well, those look like canine type teeth, I'm guessing some kind of sick and/or birth defected coyote or wolf. Or wild dog.

Anonymous said...

Yes downtown Bridgeport at the shop Ink N Stitch has Tshirts already on the shelves. I asked about them they said the had already sold some. They look hilarious.

jim said...

I'm going with a hairless badger. Badgers are rare around here but are here. That's my guess.

Anonymous said...

I dont understand what the big deal is...I have been operating a Chupacabra fighting ring for a long time now in the Bay..its pretty much made Cock Fighting a thing of the past..one of my prized fighters must have escaped..

Anonymous said...

Global warming must be causing coyotes to change into weird critters! Since it is getting hotter, the hair is gone and the critters are going to feast on RAB goffers!

Legend says the critters like chickens but will chase humans. So much for walking along the golf course after dark, but I've read reports their eyes glow red in the dark and they can climb trees.

Wise County is the home of blood sucker critter. His mamma and papa are somewhere close. It is time to send out the Sheriff's posse to hunt them down or offer a bounty before they are placed on the endangered species list.

Every golfer should have some pepper spray just in case or have a goat to offer them to give time to run away!

mzchief said...

*OTFLOLHysterically*

Absolutely PRICELESS!
Is anyone, truly, surprised that Runaway Bay has FINALLY made The Weekly World News?

I want to know the name of the "veterinarian" who was unable to identify a Mexican Hairless puppy.

Anonymous said...

hey thats my dog i lost last week his name is baby goober, why is he sleeping?

Anonymous said...

Mzchief is actually EXACTLY RIGHT.

Jack Daniels said...

I'm betting a liquor induced moment of weakness between a slutty chihuahua and a horned up racoon produced it.

Anonymous said...

Chupacabra!

chupacabra said...

"Definitely a carnivore of some sort..." NCIS definitely has a spot waiting for our intrepid reporter!

Anonymous said...

now if the MESS can muster up somerthing good in sports because its been months since that part was worth a glance

Anonymous said...

Looks like an "armorless" Armadillo.

Anonymous said...

This is VERY obviously a Mexican Hairless dog. See pic here: http://static.gotpetsonline.com/pictures-gallery/dog-pictures-breeders-puppies-rescue/mexican-hairless-dog-pictures-breeders-puppies-rescue/pictures/mexican-hairless-dog-0001.jpg

Anonymous said...

Get a Life!

Red Nick

R and R said...

I'm placing my bet on a hairless raccoon.

Jack Daniels said...

My ex girlfriend had a hairless racoon. I really liked it.

Anonymous said...

I had a Ex grilfriend that was a hairles coon.

Anonymous said...

I heard Mzchief has a Hairless Monkey.

mzchief said...

I am changing my guess to "hairless raccoon."

Anonymous said...

Did you used to have a hairless racoon?

Anonymous said...

Gee, Mzchief changed her earlier certain evaluation after she hears radio reports that vets identified it as a hairless RACCOON!

Anonymous said...

Do you think Joe Duty is behind this farce?

Anonymous said...

Identified it at 5:43 and 6:01 as a hairless raccoon! LOL Do I get a free T-shirt?
RJ

mzchief said...

To anonymous 4:18...
Trust me, I did not hear a radio report. I changed my guess after I read, on The Blog, that the Chupacabra, after analysis by a professional, was identified as a "hairless raccoon." I have an idea why I have a better sense of humour than you and your hater buddies. I am able to update my guess from the puppy of a Mexican Hairless dog to "hairless raccoon" using my BlackBerry, when I have a view like this.

See, it really SUCKS TO BE YOU.

*OTFLOLHysterically@U*

Please, please, please...spew the snappy comeback I am CERTAIN you are itching to throw down. Come on, I double dare you.

Anonymous said...

The new Ink and Stitch shops owner would put his moms picture on a shirt if he thought he could make a penny