Oh man, sharkage.

See, now this is the reason I won’t go surfing besides the fact that I can’t swim, or get water in my ears and I’m deathly afraid of water. I think this tops the cake, I didn’t even know this was possible.

Look how high he gets!


  1. EsoPhil said,

    July 30, 2006 @ 11:37 pm

    I think I watched National Geographic’s special on sharks or perhaps Jaws when I was too young or something. For the longest time (and still a little bit), I have fear of vast, empty, invisible bodies of water. I can tolerate it and conquer my hesitancy, but there is still that inert sense that something is lurking out there to get me! ;)

  2. Billy said,

    July 31, 2006 @ 8:38 am

    After watching too much discovery channel and animal planet…

    Since large sharks usually attack from underneath, I’m pretty sure surfers are safe. That monster would have to have at least 10 meters of space below you to see you and swim straight up and eat you. Waves form in shallow water, so it’s just not gonna happen with a Jaws-like beast where most people swim and surf.

    The worst most small sharks do to surfers is bite an arm or leg. And unless your chubby, they’ll probably let you go.

    You should wear one of those 1800s diving suits with the giant metal helmets. Then you could explore the sea like captain Nemo.

  3. Anthony B said,

    July 31, 2006 @ 6:50 pm

    Wow dude..
    That was utterly insane…
    I can’t believe they were able to get that footage like that…
    Very very impressive indeed…
    I totally forgot that you dont really swim..
    Man, we should go rafting some time…

    ABC OUT!

  4. Aimzee said,

    August 1, 2006 @ 5:00 pm

    Uh…woah. That’s seriously scary. It’s bad enough he eats a cute dolphin, but then he’s got to be all showing it off by letting it hang out of his mouth. *shivers* I’m not to fond of saltwater…but riding a watercraft on freshwater is pretty sweet! Even though you don’t like water, you’ve got to at least try that someday! Hope you’re having a great week!

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