Interview with Bigfoot

Mr. Bigfoot hiding in the shrubbery
Mr. Bigfoot hiding in the shrubbery

Interview with Bigfoot

I can see those incredulous looks on your faces and hear you saying, “No way. Bigfoot is simply a myth, he does not exist.” Am I right?

No surprise, because that is exactly what I thought until yesterday. But then something amazing happened. Well, let me tell you exactly what I am talking about.

I was at the Seminole Indian Casino deep in the heart of the Florida Everglades. The cigarette smoke was very heavy inside so I went outside to breathe some pure, fresh air and strolled around the area. The casino is surrounded by thousands of acres of uninhabited, thick mangroves and shrubbery, and if you walk too far you can easily become lost. Not to mention the alligators that lurk in the swamps nearby.

Seminole Indian Casino in the Everglades
Seminole Indian Casino in the Everglades

You will not believe what I found. Footprints! Not your ordinary, everyday, common footprints but huge footprints of someone that left a deep imprint in the soil.

I was so intent on following them that I soon became surrounded by brush and the casino was out of sight. I was not afraid since I had my cellphone with me but curiosity drove me to keep following those huge footprints.

Then I heard a deep, booming voice say, “Whatcha lookin’ for?”

To say I was startled would be an understatement. I jumped a foot – straight up! Realization slowly dawned. This could be the interview of a lifetime. So I composed myself and asked my unseen questioner, “Who are you? Come out into the open.”

Within the dense mangrove shrubs I could barely see someone who appeared to be a really tall, really large (?) person – covered with fur – with very large hands and extremely large feet.

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me – Who are you? What is your name?

Unseen Questioner – They call me Bigfoot. Or Sasquatch. Or Yeti. Even the Abominable Snowman. Who are you?

me – I’m a scientific observer who enjoys interviewing unusual subjects. Would you be interested in being interviewed?

Bigfoot – No sweat. Whatcha want to know?

me – Everything. Were you born in this area?

Bigfoot – Oh, c’mon – do I look like an alligator? No, I come from way north of here.

me – What are you doing in Florida?

Bigfoot – Those winters up North are murder – I came down for the HEAT.

Look carefully to see Bigfoot in the middle of photo
Look carefully to see Bigfoot in the middle of photo

me – Why are you concealing yourself in those shrubs?

Bigfoot – I’m more accustomed to being outdoors out of sight in the night when the SUN has set.

me – I’m still a little in shock, you know, to learn that you exist.

Bigfoot – That’s probably because of all the bad press I get.

me – You read newspapers and watch television?

Bigfoot – Of course, whatcha think I am – a dumb GRIZZLIE or an uneducated TIMBERWOLF?

me (hastily) No, no, of course not. Forgive me. I meant . . .

Bigfoot – I know what you meant, but I forgive you. It’s just that … the paparazzi can be so cruel.

me – Do you have a family, Bigfoot.

Bigfoot – My wife, HORNETS . . .

me(incredulous) Your wife’s name is Hornets?

Bigfoot – Her mother wanted to call her Hortense but was dyslexic. Anyway, she stays home while I am on the road and cares for our two children, a boy and a girl. My son is a MAVERICK – not at all like me. He practices MAGIC all day – wants to be a WIZARD when he grows up.

me – And your daughter?

Bigfoot – She wants to be a professional dancer – JAZZ is her favorite mode of expression. Me – I am partial to the BULLet.

me – Ballet!

Bigfoot – Right!

me – Now that you can see I mean you no harm, would you stop hiding in the mangroves so I can take a photo?

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Note: Today the NBA has a total of 30 teams separated into six sections — Atlantic, Pacific, Central, Southwest, Southeast and Northwest.

Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, Charlotte Bobcats, Chicago Bulls, Cleveland Cavaliers, Dallas Mavericks, Denver Nuggets, Detroit Pistons, Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets, Indiana Pacers, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Lakers, Memphis Grizzlies, Miami Heat, Milwaukee Bucks, Minnesota Timberwolves, New Jersey Nets, New Orleans Hornets, New York Knicks, Oklahoma City Thunder, Orlando Magic, Philadelphia Sixers, Phoenix Suns, Portland Blazers, Sacramento Kings, San Antonio Spurs, Toronto Raptors, Utah Jazz, Washington Wizards.

Bigfoot – On one condition.

me – Which is … ?

Bigfoot – I am a tremendous basketball fan. And I know how to dribble! Could you use your contacts to get me a tryout with one of the professional NBA (National Basketball Association) teams?

me – Are you good at the game?

Bigfoot – I’m very tall, I’m very fast, and no one can catch me.

me – Sounds like the perfect resume. I promise to see what I can do.

Bigfoot(coming out of the mangroves into the open) Here I am.

me – OMG! OMG! You are the elusive Bigfoot! The evasive Yeti! The slippery Sasquatch. I cannot believe it. You are a legend!

Bigfoot – That’s me. I AM a legend! And I know I could become a WARRIOR of a basketball player if just given the opportunity.

me – I agree. And I should have realized where your interests lie after hearing you recite those eleven names of professional basketball teams.

First we need to get you a shave and a haircut … all over.

Then some new clothes from the Very Big and Very Tall store.

And have you sign a contract for me to represent you as your agent, and …


. . . then my telephone rang and woke me up!

© Copyright BJ Rakow, Ph.D. 2013. All rights reserved. Author, "Much of What You Know about Job Search Just Ain't So." Learn how to write a dynamic resume and cover letter, network effectively, interview confidently, and negotiate salary successfully. Includes a chapter for older workers.

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GusTheRedneck 3 years ago from USA

Good Doctor bj - Can't type. Laughing too hard.

Gus :-)))


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Oh, my dear Gus, you say the nicest things! Thank you. You make it all worthwhile, m'dear.


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EricDockett 3 years ago from USA

Very fun read! :-) They call him Skunk Ape in that part of the country due to the stench reported along with Bigfoot sightings, but it's a good thing you didn't bring that up. He's probably very sensitive about it.


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Larry Fields 3 years ago from Northern California

Hi BJ,

I just had a fabulous idea for a new product named after our favorite cryptid. How about Bigfoot Shoes for Women?

Voted up, funny, and shared.


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Becky Katz 3 years ago from Hereford, AZ

Wonderfully funny and informative. My son has been accused of being a Yeti. He wears a size 17 shoe and is 6'5" tall. He is covered by a fine black pelt. He prefers the night time and hates daytime.

A friend, who lives on the edge of some heavy woods, was driving on some of the lumbering roads on her way into town to pick up her kids from a late school function and swears she saw a Bigfoot highlighted by the headlights crossing the road. The dog that was riding with her for a late night run acted scared and whimpered. This was a Saint Bernard that guarded the farm and lived outside.


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acaetnna 3 years ago from Guildford

Wow this was such fun and a great read!!!


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Mhatter99 3 years ago from San Francisco

Only 1 problem. I called my sister, She was at the Seminole Indian Casino in Florida. She is a nudists. but few can tell. :))


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breakfastpop 3 years ago

I think Big Foot lives next door!!!! Up, funny and awesome


soumyasrajan 3 years ago from Mumbai India and often in USA

Nice one drbj. Sweet one. Your interview reminded me of one of my friend. Who was a graduate student in wyoming. He had come from Appalachian mountain town. He used to call himself bigfoot. He even tried to officially change his name to Bigfoot. A nice person just like bigfoot of your dreams.


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Austinstar 3 years ago from Somewhere in the universe

So you were dreaming of bigfoot? You know what they say about men with big feet, right? In your dreams!

Oh well, funny story never the less. Did you win any money at the casino? Now, that would be my dream.


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amillar 3 years ago from Scotland, UK

Bigfoot, a nocturnal basketball player? What was he doing in Florida without his flip-flops.


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Amy Becherer 3 years ago from St. Louis, MO

Since even your dreams are hilarious, you must wake up smiling every morning, dear drbj. When the rest of us regular mortals would be dreaming of winning the big one at the Casino, you are dreaming of interviewing "Bigfoot"! You are magic. Trust me.


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dahoglund 3 years ago from Wisconsin Rapids

Folks have been looking to find Bigfoot ever since I heard about him in an Anthropology class in the 1950's. Congratulations for finding him for your interview.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Eric. Happy you had fun reading this. Yes, I have heard of the 'Skunk Ape' appellation. But 'my' Bigfoot did not possess a stench. The aroma was more like wet wool. If you have ever owned a wool carpet that has been drenched with water, you know what I mean. Not exceptionally stinky but not pleasant either. :)


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Larry. Your idea about a new product named Bigfoot Shoes for women with large feet does have merit. But I think it might be a hard sell because no woman I know will admit that her feet are less than dainty. :)


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Becky. Thanks for finding this 'funny and informative.' As for your son who has been accused of being a Yeti, if he really is 6 foot five, wears a size 17 shoe, and can JUMP - I will be happy to represent him at a discount from my customary agent's fee. Can he dribble?

Interesting story about your friend and her St. Bernard that was apparently frightened one night by a Bigfoot crossing the road. In today's world, my dear, nothing surprises me any more!


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always exploring 3 years ago from Southern Illinois

What a hoot..Darn that ole phone.Your interview was hilarious.Many times i pick up a dream when i go back to sleep, maybe you will find out more fun statistics....Only you would think about naming his wife Hornets....Hee


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akirchner 3 years ago from Central Oregon

Ha ha - hilarious--gotta love the dyslexic HORNETS~ I think even without shaving, he'd have made it big (excuse the pun) in the NBA though finding shoes that big....hmmm.....


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PegCole17 3 years ago from Dallas, Texas

That is one tall tale, Drbj. And a funny one. Where is that camera when you need it? Oh, what a dream photo that would be!


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Alastar Packer 3 years ago from North Carolina

Ah. I'm so glad the BF made himself known to you and granted this extremely rare tall hairy biped interview. And welcome to the True BF believers club, drbj! Well, almost- darn telephone. Btw drbj, I think MR BF was fooling you- and his wife on being in the Everglades. Probably down there paying a visit to some hot Skunk Ape fox!


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Nell Rose 3 years ago from England

Lol! why did you have to wake up at that point? I would love to have seen him playing basketball! darn!


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AliciaC 3 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

It's very sad that this was all a dream, drbj! Being an agent for Bigfoot would offer some tantalizing possibilities! As always, this is a very funny and clever interview hub. Thanks for the entertainment.


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carolina muscle 3 years ago from Charlotte, North Carolina

Is that the Indian casino out in Coral Springs? it's looks very familiar. who knew a legend like Bigfoot hung out there?


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WillStarr 3 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

The queen of quirky interviews strikes again. You are the absolute master at this and I bow at your altar, Doc!


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Nice to see you here, acaetnna, happy you found this to be fun and a great read.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Welcome to my world, Martin. So that was your hirsute sister at the Casino? If I chance to meet her I'll give her your regards. Loved your comment, y'know.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, bp. Until I wrote this interview, I had no idea how many of us are living in close proximity with Bigfeet - one way or another. Thanks for the gracious comment.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

So nice to meet you, soumyasrajan, thanks for finding this sweet. So you had a nice Appalachian friend who tried to change his name to Bigfoot. Hmmmmmmm! Did you ever happen to see him without shoes and socks? Just wonderin'.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Lela. Yeah, I was dreaming of Bigfoot. I thought the line was what they say about men with big noses. But I am not one to quibble ... big feet, big noses, big ... whatever.

Thanks for finding this funny. To answer your question, I never win any money in the casino - do you have any winning tips?

Oh well, funny story never the less. Did you win any money at the casino? Now, that would be my dream.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Thanks, amillar, for reading and commenting about my nocturnal wannabe basketball player. Bigfoot would wear flip-flops if he could ever find them in his size - about 20 EEE wide.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Yes, Amy, many of my dreams are hilarious and chock-filled with merriment. And I do try to wake up smiling every day though listening to the latest news often wipes that smile off my face instantly.

When I do go to a casino, it is to people-watch more than any other pastime since slot machines and roulette are not known to favor me. But thanks for the 'magic' appellation - that has to be one of my new favorites. Promise!


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

So you first heard about my Bigfoot buddy in a 50's Anthropology class, Don? I guess he has been around awhile. And in so many places with so many names all over the world. Maybe I'll get lucky and 'bump' into him again one day.


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pstraubie48 3 years ago from sunny Florida

Would love to actually meet one...I am so a believer that these critters do exist.

My parents lived 20 miles north of Dunnellon back in the seventies. It was very rural, much ground cover, many shrubs, and miles of forested area. When my daughter was about nine, we would tell her tales of Bigfoot. She and I went for walks every evening. One evening while walking an unexpected interloper came rushing down the hill toward us. Before we could get a good look at it, my daughter ran ahead of me to tell her grandma and granddaddy that "Bigfoot on a bicycle" was headed our way.

Who knows? There may have been one lurking in the trees chuckling.

Enjoyed reading this, drbj...

Sending you Angels this afternoon :) ps


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Me, too, Ruby. Often when I awake suddenly from an interesting dream, I am able to return and immerse myself in it when I fall asleep again. Maybe that will happen one day with my new buddy, Bigfoot, and he will share some more interesting soliloquies.

Thanks for appreciating his wife's name - it was not easy to work Hornets into the narrative. Heh, heh.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Thanks for the 'hilarious,' Audrey. Somehow I knew, with our shared sense of humor, you would enjoy the dyslexic Hortense. Yes, Biggie does have the height to make it big with the NBA pros. And for a price, Zappos could probably whip up a gigantic size athletic sneaker.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

So you found my 'tall tale' funny, Peg? That makes two of us! Can you imagine how wealthy we would be if we had authentic photos of Mr. Bigfoot? Although there would always be some folks who would believe our pics were photoshopped. :)


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Alastar, I am indeed fortunate to have met Mr. Bigfoot, that 'extremely rare tall hiry biped' as you mentioned. Are you a member of the True Bigfoot Believers Club, too?

Well, if BF had ulterior motives with regard to a hot Skunk Ape fox, my lips are sealed. Thanks for the visit. BF thanks you, too.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

I'm sorry, too, that I awoke at that point, Nell. But who knows, Bigfoot may return one day and fill us in on his NBA experiences. With a video, too, perhaps.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

You are right on the money, Alicia. As an agent for Bigfoot, I would have had it made. I'm sorry, too, it was all a dream. But one never knows. BF could return - stranger things have happened.

Thanks for being entertained and finding this funny and clever. The pleasure was mine, m'dear.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Chris. The Seminole casino is way west of Coral Springs off the I-75 highway between Ft. Lauderdale and Naples. You can drive for miles and miles and not see anyone or anything but scrub, swamp, mangroves and alligators. Then all of a sudden there is a modern casino surrounded by pick-up trucks in the middle of the Everglades. Very surreal.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Ah, Will, I love that title - 'queen of quirky interviews.' Thank you. And you need not 'bow at my altar, m'dear. Just throw money! :)


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

The area you describe, Patricia, north of Dunnellon sounds much like the Everglades today. Miles and miles of scrub and mangrove forest and nothing else.

Now that Bigfoot on a bicycle that your daughter thought she saw - who knows?

Would you like to join our True Bigfoot Believers Club? No dues required, just an oath of secrecy.

Thanks for the visit and enjoying this, m'luv.


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Alastar Packer 3 years ago from North Carolina

Absolutely Drbj! But please, please don't mention my tongue-in-cheek comment here or I may lose my membership in the True BF Believers Club. Actually AP does believe something more than meets the mundane eye is going on concerning our hairy biped friends, - but you probably already suspect that m'lady friend.


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fpherj48 3 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

Doc...I knew it. If anyone could pull off an interview with Bigfoot....you could. You manage to always be in the right place at the right time. Hell, Oprah has nothing on you. In fact, I hear he refused to be interviewed by her.

The rumor is, he was afraid he'd run into Lance Armstrong......and he still owes him for the last shipment of steroids. But, you know how the gossip is for celebrities.

Great job, Doc. This is a winner. Tell me, did BF have shoes on?...UP+++


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CMHypno 3 years ago from Other Side of the Sun

Very brave of you to follow the footprints drbj, but they that dare win the prize! Is he now your friend on Facebook?


soumyasrajan 3 years ago from Mumbai India and often in USA

"Did you ever happen to see him without shoes and socks? Just wonderin'."

Yes BJ, he did some times. he had once told me that people downhill did not like mountain people so in towns down hills near Appalachian mountains many used (like shops etc.) to have sign boards - "barefoot people not allowed"

I hope such discrimination is no longer there in USA.


dreamseeker2 3 years ago

Too funny...you almost had me believing it! : ) Glad to hear it was just a dream though. I hear those big harry creatures stink! lol!


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Rolly A Chabot 3 years ago from Alberta Canada

Hi drbj... what an awesome interview... smiles... What a great interview. You must feel very privileged to have been granted the opportunity. You did a wonderful job and so glad you caught up with this illusive subject of so many years of conversation... see anything is possible... glad you found my neighbour.

Hugs from Canada


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christopheranton 3 years ago from Gillingham Kent. United Kingdom

It must have been wonderful to meet such a legend. I hope he does get a basketball tryout. He would be ideal for American football as well.

Great hub. Very funny. Thanks.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Not to worry, Alastar. Your comment is safe with me. I know how to keep a secret! It's the folks I tell it to who can't.

I consider membership in the True BigFoot Believers Club to be a sacred trust. Promise.

And if Area 51 is their breeding ground, I shall keep it to myself. Trust me.


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GusTheRedneck 3 years ago from USA

Good Doctor bj (drbj) - I had to return to your funny "Bigfoot Interview" hub because I was certain it would be followed by a host of great and fun comments. It was. I particularly liked Martin's (Mhatter99) words about his hirsute sister at the casino... good stuff.

Gus :-)))


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

I do seem to have the knack, Paula, of finding and interviewing unusual victims, I mean, subjects. And any time Oprah needs some interviewing advice, just have her call me. If a man answers, don't hang up. It's just me with my morning voice.

As far as BigFoot being involved like Lance with steroids, he is completely innocent. He thinks a steroid is something you put in your ear to hear stereo sound.

Thanks for the great comments, m'dear, and finding this to be a 'winner' worthy of an Up plus. You asked is BF was wearing shoes when I interviewed him. Nope, he was only wearing very hairy fur ... all over!


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

I dunno, CM, if it was being brave or being foolhardy to follow those gigantic footprints but as you say, those that dare win the prize! Bigfoot is now my friend on his social network site - Footprint!


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Sally's Trove 3 years ago from Southeastern Pennsylvania

Ack! I really needed a good chuckle this morning. But this is too short, drbj...I needed more. I'm so disappointed your phone woke you up. :( Maybe Nell and I will get a sequel soon?


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fpherj48 3 years ago from Beautiful Upstate New York

Yes....of COURSE he's innocent. That's what Lance said all along......and he was better off, being suspected and the center of wretched gossip....than he is now, after opening his big mouth, with a luke warm, half truth, Mea Culpa! "Loose lips, sink ships." Some people just can't help themselves!


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Rosemay50 3 years ago from Hawkes Bay - NewZealand

Wow what a dream and you remembered it so well, darn phone. Awesome interview and you were so brave.

Thank you for the chuckles


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

In many resort towns in the U.S., soumyasrajan, there are signs on some restaurants: "Shirt and shoes required" to discourage tourists from coming in from the beach only in swimwear. Thanks for your response. I'm laughing to myself at the thought of Bigfoot in a Speedo and flip flops.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Nice to meet you, dreamseeker2. We have something in common. I almost believe this story myself! No, Bigfoot did not 'stink' - I think he was wearing Secret deodorant. Get it! Secret?


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Yes, Rolly, it was a privilege to interview Bigfoot - perhaps he will return one day. Canada is a very large country with many forests and unpopulated areas. So who knows, perhaps you will one day see a Bigfoot of your own - besides your neighbor, that is.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

You would have enjoyed chatting with Bigfoot, christopher, who although a legend, was very down to earth. In fact, he had a rather earthy aroma now that I think about it. As a professional sports player, he would outscore them all. Thanks for the visit and the very funny.


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teaches12345 3 years ago

I'll bet many of us never thought about the fact that Bigfoot could have a family! Maybe that is why he pops up all over the place! Thanks for the interesting and funny share on Bigfoot.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

What a simpatico person you are, Gus. Delighted you returned to view the comments from my very intelligent and very funny loyal commenters. I would be lost without you all. You know I'm going to be looking for Martin's hirsute sister to interview!


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Sherri. Happy you had a chuckle and I'm disappointed, too, that the phone cut short Biggie's amazing revelations. Since there seems to be some compelling interest in further Yeti dissertations, who knows, I may encounter more of his relatives soon. I WILL be searching.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

You may be right about Lance, Paula. He seems to be so hooked on celebrity status he no longer cares if the gossip is negative as long as we remember his name. Bigfoot, on the other hand, was completely devoid of subterfuge - as well as clothing!!!


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Rosemary. Yes, m'dear, I tend to remember my dreams in detail. The secret is to tell yourself before you retire, 'I will remember my dream,' several times. And then to keep pad and pencil handy so you can jot down notes the instant you awake. It works. Trust me.

Thanks for finding this awesome and I AM brave .... in my dreams!


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Dianna. I have a sneaking suspicion that Bigfoot has a very large family, and who knows, I may encounter a few more of them before long. Thanks for the visit, m'luv, and finding this interesting and funny.


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Minnetonka Twin 3 years ago from Minnesota

Very clever BJ and so creative. You did a great job interviewing the big guy. I thought you were a little too calm for this to be real. Fun and entertaining read my friend. Hit all buttons and voted up.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Guess I couldn't fool you, Linda. Thanks for enjoying the interview with Bigfoot. And for the gracious comments. And for hitting all the buttons and voting Up. You ARE a Hubbuddy, m'dear.


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epigramman 3 years ago

The legend lives on ...... and your legendary interview series must be the cornerstone of creative writing here at the Hub and has already reached hall of fame status.

Thank you for 'always' inspiring me - and there is simply no one like you here at the Hub (well except for me , of course , lol) - Bigfoot should be honored for this interview - and here are three legendary lady interviewers: Barbara Walters, Oprah Winfrey and DRBJ

sending my most sincere warm wishes from lake erie canada time 12:19am courtesy of Colin, Tiffy and Gabriel ....


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Dear Colin - you are as gracious with your friendship and sublime comments as you are talented with your profound, poetic, and consistently humorous epigrams. It is my honor to be your fan as I am always honored to find you at my hubs.

And to be mentioned in the company of such illustrious interviewers ... Wow! Thank you, my dear friend, and give Tiffy and Gabriel hugs from me.


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SilentReed 3 years ago from Philippines

If you ever become the agent of Bigfoot, (in your dreams,part2) may I suggest that you let him be as nature intended him. No haircut, shave or body hair removal. In a league of bare skin behemoths, he would be a stand out. Advertising depends on high visibility and customer attention span. Wouldn't you rather buy a product endorse by someone who is unique? Make as much money for your client and yourself before scouting agents start scouring the mountainside and offering basketball contracts to other Bigfoot, Yetis and Sasquatches.:)


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

You are on the money, SilentReed, with your Bigfoot marketing suggestions. I agree, an exceedingly tall, hairy basketball player would be a standout. The shave and a haircut would be necessary for the preliminary interview with NBA league honchos, but afterward we would let nature again take its course.

If the representation does take place, would you be interested in the Far East Yeti franchise?


Vickiw 3 years ago

I always love to see good research and professional squatchity photos to back it all up. This Hub meets those requirements perfectly. What a hoot.

I'm quite an old hand at this sort of thing - our postmark in this town is the Ogopogo, a serpent -like creature that resides in our huge Okanagan Lake. I believe the ogopogo is related in some mysterious way to your creature, Bigfoot, but it is a little strange really, when you think that Ogopogo does not have any feet at all.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Vicki. Thanks for noticing the professional quality of my research and the 'squatchity' (love that adjective) photos of Bigfoot. Now the Ogopogo creature you refer to could well be a long-lost relative of Mr. Biggie. I may have to do further research to substantiate its/his/her existence. I do like a good mystery.


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epigramman 3 years ago

I was just saying to Ruby , that both of you represent the true essence and spirit of Hubpages and without the two of you in particular Hubpages would not be the same .

Thank you for being my mentor, my friend, esteemed colleague and the beautiful lady that you are to me and everyone else here - and most of all - a heartfelt and sincere happy Valentine's day to you from Colin and his cats at lake erie time 5:59pm


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Thank you, Colin, for returning with your incredibly gracious comments - you know I love you, man! I am inestimably honored by both your appearance and remarkable remarks. Tis my pleasure, y'know. Did you give your feline friends a treat for Valentine's Day? Just wonderin'.


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MartieCoetser 3 years ago from South Africa

I knew Bigfoot was real! But I thought he was somewhere down here in Africa....

Of course, Hollywood caught him in a trap and kidnapped him.

This is a case for the FBI.

Thanks to your interview, drbj, he will return....

:)


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

I would not be surprised if you had a Bigfoot or two in your neighborhood either, Martie. He has so many names and so many purported viewings all over the world. And this IS a case for the F.B.I. - Finding Bigfoot Immediately posse. But as you pointed out, like Schwarzenegger, he may be thinking ... "Ahll be back!"


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Jeannieinabottle 3 years ago from Baltimore, MD

What an important interview. I've learned so much today. I never realized Bigfoot wanted to be a basketball player.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

That's been the problem all along, Jeannie. Bigfoot had such an intense desire to play the game that he only frequented populated areas looking for someone to shoot hoops with. Trust me!


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carolina muscle 3 years ago from Charlotte, North Carolina

I'm hopin he ain't still mad at me for casting aspirsions about him stealing the chronovisor.. it coulda been any one of several suspects, after all. LOL


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Not to worry, Chris. Biggie forgives you. Besides he would not steal anything he could not spell. Trust me!


J Rocco 3 years ago

Excellent Hub on Big Foot. I enjoyed reading it. Keep them coming. Don't some dreams seem real and then you wake up?

Thank you!


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Nice to see you here again, J Rocco. Thanks for enjoying the Interview with Bigfoot. You are most welcome.

About dreams, sometimes they are so realistic that when you wake up after finding a leprechaun's pot of gold, you are actually disappointed it was only a dream. Right?


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ytsenoh 3 years ago from Louisiana, Idaho, Kauai, Nebraska, South Dakota, Missouri

drbj, thanks for the surprise at the end. Up until that point, interest and curiosity kept my attention on the dialog. Very nice. Have a good week.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

You are most welcome, ytsenoh - delighted you were surprised by the ending. Thanks for your rapt attention and you have a wonderful week, too.


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precy anza 3 years ago from San Diego

Lol. I can't believe you were dreaming! I was about to ask you if you could help me ask Mr. Yeti if I could befriend her daughter ^-^' Thanks for the story, kept me entertained.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Was that a dream or what, precy? Delighted you were entertained, m'dear. It was entirely my pleasure.


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tillsontitan 3 years ago from New York

Now I know why Oprah went off the air, she couldn't compete with you, even in your dreams ;) This was delightful, I guess even big feet like ballet, I never knew.

Voted up, funny, and interesting.


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

What a lovely thing to write - that comment regarding Oprah. Thank you, Mary, I would put it right up front in my Memory Book if I had one. Not a book - but a memory. :)

Yes, Monsieur Bigfoot had a taste for the classical. Who knew? Another thanks, m'luv for the Up and the votes.


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Ingenira 3 years ago

A good one. LOL...


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Hi, Ingenira, how nice to have you visit. Happy you found this to be a good one. Mr. Bigfoot thinks you are talking about him.


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JPSO138 3 years ago from Cebu, Philippines, International

I read all the way starting from then top and really enjoyed. The interview was very interesting and amusing. Surprisingly at the end I found out that it was just a dream. Really is entertaining and up for this hub!


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drbj 3 years ago from south Florida Author

Nice to meet you, JPSO. Wow, you read all the way from the top. That IS a compliment. Thank you for all the gracious adjectives and the Up. You might like to take a look at some of my other weird Interviews with Celebrities: like Dracula, Jack the Ripper, Redneck, etc., etc.

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