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Posts Tagged ‘shark’

The .Gif Friday Post No. 553- Chewy Tweet, Quack Tweet & Shark Snark Tweet

Friday, 5 October 2018

The above makes no sense without the sound up.


[Tweets from Twitter as if you couldn’t tell, and yes I cheated. Been busy in meatworld.]

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Shark Attack

Tuesday, 2 October 2018

That beast looks to be about 6 feet long. The one that attacked the kid in San Diego this weekend and took a chunk out of his torso was 5 to 6 feet longer, about the length of the cool Stingray in the photo.

Think about the damage an aggressive shark half its size could do.

Here’s my honest opinion. Let’s eat them before they eat us.

[Found here.]

Shark Artistry

Wednesday, 21 February 2018

[Found here.]

It was a bit breezy, and yes, there was a shark attack and a giant bottle opener.

Tuesday, 20 February 2018

johan5030 · 5 Aug 2014
Its in the city of Kristinehamn in Sweden.
I live here and was here when it happend. Never experienced such wind.

Sounds like one of the Nordic Storms of 2013 when the region was pounded by hurricane-force winds. [Image and comment found here.]

The .Gif Friday Post No.321 – Cat Balloon, Paper RPG & Shark Attack Fail

Friday, 28 February 2014

Cat Balloon
war-cat
Big Gulp

[Found here, here and here .]

The .GIF Friday Post No.283 – Hodad Beach, Invisible Kiss & Landshark

Friday, 7 June 2013

Full Moon At The Shore

Invisible Kiss

ducklingsharkcatroomba

[Found here, here and here.]

Saturday Matinee – Air Swimmers, Jaws, The Sonics, Petty Booka, and The Dead

Saturday, 3 September 2011

Air Swimmers

“Jaws” in 60 seconds. Duh du duh du duh du…

The Sonics were definitely proto punk. “Psycho” from 1965.

Petty Booka featuring Petty and Booka. Nice harmonies with ukes.

Here’s The Grateful Dead’s version of Sam Cooke‘s “Let The Good Times Roll.”

End of summer back to school kinda music. Have a great Labor Day Weekend, folks, and be back tomorrow for more fun.

Pure Awesome.

Wednesday, 9 February 2011

There’s entirely waaaaay too much awesome in that photo and it all starts with

the olive carpet that moves to the brown paisley drapes with the cream scrim then to the air rattler in the window and HEY it’s a stereo Magnavox TV awww there’s a baby picture WHOA RABID FOX awww another baby picture WTF IS THAT WHITE THING and an odd looking glasstop credenza with an oriental tobacco box and a brass genie lamp and LOOKOUT IT’S A SHARK ASHTRAY!

Maybe that’s not how your eyes strolled around this picture, but it’s still Pure Awesome. I miss my grandparents. They’d never put up with garbage like this, because their garbage had class. Just like yours.

[Image found here.]

Babe Magnet Sharky

Wednesday, 3 February 2010

Well lookee here. We haven’t posted a Babe Magnet in a while, but this excellent Sharkmobile hit the radar screen door with a resounding splat heard ’round the  cul-de-sac. That it’s bleached and beached and unblocked on redneck ramps makes this mako all the more dangerous.  Pure efficient genius. THIS is a mean machine.

Sharkmobile is a True Babe Magnet. There are only three things that could make it better:

1.  A synchronized hydraulic system to allow it to leap and thrash through the asphaltic concrete surf of the metropoli of Northern California;

2.  A bass-heavy sound system broadcasting The Obvious Theme Song;

3.  Leggy bimbos with silicone implants in short shorts, oozing around the awesome parts (of the vehicle).

The drawback is that the owner has a ponytail and is possibly nicknamed “Skye,”  but that only affects the babe magnetage factor by -1 in this case. The creator of this Flathead 6 Isurus Paucus has a coolaborator and a website here.

[Found here. The story behind Telstar Logistics is pretty cool, too.  Our Archive of Babe Magnets are here.]


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