I am not superstitious and I don't believe in Bigfoot or Sasquatch, at least I didn't until I saw this Missed Connections headline on Yakima.Craigslist.org:

"When we last met was great evening (Toppenish)"

Here's the message: "Didn't get to say bye. đź‘‹Miss texting you when bored and on foot. Let me know."

Hmm, a man "on foot"...that obviously means this person does not have a car. (Why do I get the impression this person is looking for somebody to date who has a car, so that he doesn't have to be on foot anymore?)

Or maybe he's just a man with one foot? Literally.

You know what they say about a man with one foot, he's got at least one big hand. And you know what they say about a man with big hands, (wink, wink, nudge, nudge) he's got big feet. Or in this case, A BIG FOOT.

Maybe it's THE Bigfoot!

Well, if you're looking to fall in love with Sasquatch, then I think we've got him right here, ladies! Or fellas. (We don't know who Big Foot prefers to date.) He's obviously found someone in Toppenish because he's looking for them on Yakima.Craigslist.org.

What's the number to report a Bigfoot sighting because I'm about to reply to this Missed Connection message and get my reward money!
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UPDATE: According to the Bigfoot reporting site, BFRO.com, there have been 670 Sasquatch sightings in Washington state. The last spotting in Yakima County was in  June 2019. A camper reported hearing not one, not two, not three, but four Bigfoot howls between 4 a.m. and 5 p.m. at Silver Beach near Rimrock Lake, off of Highway 12. "The best way to describe it was a howl sound between a man and a ape. It stopped once dawn hit," the camper reported.

Bigfoot is out here looking for love online, just like everybody else, so it seems.