1. The Loch Ness Monster
Scotland’s Nessy has mystified us for centuries. It’s never been known to harm anyone, so there’s a good chance it’s just a lonely lake lizard looking to make new friends.
Manotaurs are the manlier version of minotaurs that live in the man caves around Gravity Falls. These guys would be the perfect friends to hang out with on a Sunday while doing nothing but stuffing your face and watching sports.
3. Falcor, The Luck Dragon
If you grew up watching The Neverending Story, you probably fall into one of two camps: those who were afraid of Falcor, and those who thought he was the greatest, nicest, most magical thing ever. (Side note: If you thought he was scary, you are nuts.)
This is another mythical creature that people might mistakenly fear. What if Bigfoot just wants a hug? How will he get hugged out in the woods all by himself?
5. A Merman
The male version of a mermaid is an endangered species. One of these fine creatures reportedly lives in the Gravity Falls pool.
6. Pete’s Dragon
If you’re going to have a magical friend that no one but you can see, it might as well be an enormous goofy dragon. The two of you can hang out in the park, crack jokes, and eat junk food. Perfect.
A lot of people are obsessed with aliens, and most aliens are gross. However, if there was one alien you’d like to spend a day with, E.T. is the clear cut winner. You could possibly make an argument for TV’s ALF , but he’s a little grating.
These are the creatures you’d want to spend a day with, frolicking in the woods. Just be careful, they are very small and you don’t want to accidentally step on one.
This guy is one of the troublemaking gnomes that live in the trees of Gravity Falls. Most people wouldn’t want to spend time with them, but it would at least be entertaining and make for a good story later.