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List of alleged extraterrestrial beings that have been reported in close encounters, claimed or speculated to be associated with “Unidentified flying objects.” (left to right)

1-Flatwoods Monster:  Tall humanoid with a spade-shaped head 


2-Hopkinsville goblin:  Small, greenish-silver humanoids.


3-Greys:  Grey-skinned humanoids, usually 3–4 feet tall, bald, with black almond-shaped eyes, nostrils without a nose, slits for mouths, no ears and 3-4 fingers including thumb. They have been the centre of quite a few cases of alleged alien contact over the years 


4-Little green men:  Diminutive green humanoids. Even though a few abduction or contact cases have referred to green skin no report has ever involved anything that would fit the classic cultural stereotype of “Little Green Men”. They are included here only for cultural reference.

5-Reptilians:  Tall, scaly humanoids.

6-Nordic aliens: Humanoids with stereotypical “Nordic features” (tall, blond hair, blue eyes) and have featured in several cases of contact

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A/n: As most of you probably know, today is Min Yoongi’s birthday. You may also know that he happens to be my bias. So, I decided to quickly put something together for this special day and it happened to be a really quick drabble that I just freestyle wrote with no thought behind it. 

ENJOY!!

(this is like an au of Yoongi appreciation)

Originally posted by jeonsshi

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