By so pray to ariel about it, dipshits - 30/11/2012 19:29 - United Kingdom - Edinburgh
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no theyre not extinct. you other idiots, do some research. atlantis & lemuria existed, atlantis still may buy kept off the maps. atlantis was at war with athens. the maya & egyptians & babylonians traded with atlantus, lemuria was an andvanced civilization before atlantis & thats were a number of nephilim children died. it was in the indian ocean. mermaids most certainly existed & still do. mythology isnt fake, its based on a kot of truth. mermaids were even mentioned in egyotian & babylonian txts. they may be a genetic creation like homo salian sapians, a hybrid humanoid.
Yeah. They were all believers in a master-race, so they forced each other to breed for aryan characteristics - that's why they're all sexy and blonde. Unfortunately, they ended up so inbred that they died out from ALL the syndromes. Hitler invented the dugong thing to avoid people associating aryanism with a bunch of dumb mermaids. So sad.
Well I don't think there's anything wrong with condemning wrong beliefs, how else can a society progress? I'm all for half-believing in crypto-zoology, but anyone who knows anything about biology knows you can't stick a fish ass on a pretty girl and have a viable species. :P
33- While I see your point, is it really harming anyone that a small percentage of the world's population might believe in Mermaids? I could see condemning people for disagreeing with tried & true facts, but a simple, silly belief? It's similar to condemning those who believe in God, reincarnation, etc. We don't have proof whether or not they truly exist. I just think it's silly to "dump" your friends over something this petty.
There's about 10 little things I could mention as evidence for their existence, but something that usually intrigues people is that a video of a mermaid was allegedly posted on believeinmermaids.com, but if you visit the website you'll see that the government has sanctioned the page and removed its content. I also would like to point out that I'm not some oddball and I don't blindly believe in any mythical creatures, it's just interesting to think about.
lol, 121 shut the fuck up. all you've been doing is spouting the same crap each comment. does it really tick you off that people accept the possibility of something "mythical" (or some form of it) being real? do you dream of merpeople and cry at night? do peopwe with fish taiws scawe you? aww, poorbabywannacookie?
How can you say they don't exist considering we haven't explored about 80% of our oceans. For all we know Atlantis and Bikini Bottom could exist
First, I love your name. Second, I feel your pain. (Hey, that kinda rhymed! No? Okay). A girl I know still believes in vampires, and she's 17.
vampires are real to an extent. I had a friend who was brainwashed by his parents. the whole family truely believes their vampires. they drink blood and everything. Do they really exist? no,but people do believe they are really vampires. nice little story there.
People who can drain psychic energy from others' bodies MAY exist, but look at the subject matter: psi energy is little more than pseudo-science to begin with. The Hollywood blood-suckers we all know, however, are no more than imaginative products of religious dogma and outdated superstitions. The only reason 113's friend's parents believed they were vampires were because they believed their own little fantasy that they conjured. They would not require drinking another's blood for sustenance. Not saying I'm disagreeing with you, 113. :)
breaking news: mermaids do not exist because this guy is to narrow-minded to believe in them. what will come up missing next? will the madness end? stay tuned