And Then There Were Eight

8th foot washes up in Canada

Ruled out!

OMG, just when you thought it was safe, another foot has washed up on Canada’s Pacific coast. This will make it the 8th foot in a sneaker to be found in two years. The Size 8.5 Nike runner (plus foot) was discovered on Tuesday by two men walking along the beach near Vancouver. All the feet found so far seem to have been separated from the body by a “natural process” giving no cause to believe it is foul play.Despite this, rumors persist it’s either a serial killer on the loose or the feet of long lost Airplane crash victims. Experts say the feet can stay preserved in the sea water for a long period of time.

Psst If you didn’t know about the other 7 feet, here is a recap, Feet washing up in Canada.


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16 responses to “And Then There Were Eight

  1. Susi Spice

    If they were refugees at least they got one foot in the door….

    boom boom!

  2. Natural process: Serial killer used a chain saw on it, naturally it came off.

  3. So how come it’s only ever feet that wash ashore?

  4. How many more do we need before we have a baseball team?

  5. Ann

    Yeah why don’t their hands or better still their heads wash up? At least that way we get to have a look at them. Are there any left and rights from the one person washed up? I need to make sure I’m wearing my best shoes If I go flying of sailing. At least I’ll look like I made and effort.

  6. Can you buy a new clip art package. I am tiring of seeing the same images pop up all the time.

  7. jammer5

    Dee agony of dee feet (or in this case: foot):

    “The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on one’s own country as a foreign land.” Maybe they forgot.

    “He shifted his weight from foot to foot, but it was equally uncomfortable on each.” So he cut em off and cast em into the sea.

    “Sigh no more, ladies, sigh no more, Men were deceivers ever, One foot in sea and one on shore, To one thing constant never” So it’s really William Shakespeare’s fault. I always knew there was something weird about him. I wonder if he didn’t partner up with Jack the Ripper?

  8. Lynn

    now how exactly does one “naturally” lose a foot? i hadnt heard about so many feet washing ashore…i think i’ll take a walk to my beach and investigate this phenomena.

  9. missopinion

    seriously my joke was funny and u all ignored it 😛 fine do that! ill remember this for next going in the bank! *tapping temple with one finger*

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