I’m an eternally optimistic, nerdy, tattooed, chubby, 20-year-old atheist from Ontario, Canada (the best place ever). I have a normal job, but I'm also a writer and artist. I have a cat named Luna whom I love more than anything, I collect animal teeth and bones, and Halloween is my favourite day of the year. My main interests are (in no order) history, fall, horror, reading, writing, antiques, tea, folk metal, cute animals, weird animals, rum, learning, Canadian culture, Nintendo, cartoons, and anime and manga. I love being alone, but I also love talking to people so feel free to send me a message.
(Formerly “emilyclocke”, “corrinda”, and “impoliteandevil”)
UFO simply stands for unidentified flying object. That doesn’t necessarily mean it’s an alien or secret government aircraft. If I took the closest object to me right now (a cup of earl grey tea) and tossed it in the air and you saw it but didn’t know what it was, that would be a UFO.
There are only three requirements for a creature to be a sea monster: it has to be huge, dangerous, and water-dwelling. A colossal squid, for example, is a sea monster. A shark is a sea monster. A whale is a sea monster.
So technically, UFOs and sea monsters are scientifically proven to exist.