Tickling the shark.

If “jumping the shark” means you’re past your prime, how do we describe this lady?

The really amazing part is near the end of the vid.

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5 Responses to Tickling the shark.

  1. Mountainbear says:

    Has been around for a while. What I don’t like about it is that they’re feeding them, thus basically training them to associate divers with food. Not smart to do.

    The shark’s nose, if my memory serves me right, is the spot where they can literally “smell” electric fields that every animal creates.

  2. D.J. says:

    I am reminded of this description of Exalted:

    Exalted not only jumped the shark, it jumped the whole damned ocean. The force of the leap was so great that water and hapless sharks alike were pulled along in Exalted’s wake, scattering the sunlight into a million rainbow shards and ominous pelagic silhouettes. Just before landing, Exalted turned around and started running back along the backs of the sharks as they flew, razor teeth foremost, directly into the camp of Those Other Games, who were caught napping and consumed. Its enemies defeated or awestruck, Exalted then proceeded to engage in an epic kung fu battle against a convenient local mountain range, merely as an encore. The Fonz “heyed”, for at long last the phrase for lameness he had unwittingly inspired was so thoroughly subverted by Exalted’s action that The Fonz was cool again merely by association.

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