Am I the only one who was just waiting for the shark to chomp down on her foot?
There's a fine line between brave and foolish, but this woman is nowhere near the line and is WAY over there in the foolish side! Oh my!I took a second look at the mugshot kid. He looks a lot like one of my nephews, except my nephew doesn't have long hair. The nod to Floyd the Barber in the caption made me laugh. :D
It's really fortunate she happened to meet one named Sharkey. Otherwise it could have been a complete disaster.
Crap tat of the day is weirding me out. Resembles some relatives.
Anthropomorphism can be dangerous. Just ask Timothy Treadwell. Oh wait.. never mind.
Jesus. The only "understanding" she needs to have is that she was lucky; the shark is rather small, but there's no doubt in my mind that on another day, it would take her down. Maybe if she sticks her foot in the water instead of a fish, that will prove the point.I totally don't get this desire of some people to "commune" with dangerous, aggressive animals, a la Timothy T. Steve Irwin was much smarter about it, but in the end, he ran up against the bad outcome odds as well.
Awwwww! I waaaaaaant one! They're sooooooo cute!
They are animals, people. WILD, FREAKING ANIMALS! I don't care how adorable they are, how much sign language they know, or how they look almost human dressed in cute little clothes -- they will eat your face off while you sleep. (Or chomp on your legs whilst you drunkenly swim naked in the dark). Well, it's one way to clean out the gene pool.
adorable...I want one.