Avoiding a shark attack

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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by Rick Hunter » Mon Jan 17, 2005 10:32 am

Bear wrote:What if you punched the shark in the face while wearing the infinity guantlet? That shark would get fucked up, that's what.
man, if a shark attacked me while I was wearing the infinity gauntlet I would totally will it dead and then I would will it back into exsistance and then I would put it in a dress and pee on its face.

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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by Stephen Horsley » Mon Jan 17, 2005 1:29 pm

we have just been on holiday on an island that is a shark breeding area. there are a lot of sharks out there (once a 1000 hammerheads were seen schooling!)

according to my diving friends, if you see a shark, and its interested in you, swim towards it, cos they are so used to things swimming away, that they will think you are a predator.

Could be bullshit, but hey, you are prob gonna die, so why not.

shark meat tastes nice tho:-)

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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by Rolsen » Tue Jan 18, 2005 1:52 pm

My friend was charged by a bear. He pissed himself, yet the bear continued his charge. Maybe sharks are different?

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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by dirty » Tue Jan 18, 2005 3:42 pm

The bear needs to actually be HIT BY the pee.

Common mistake though. I've made it myself.

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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by Rigsby » Wed Jan 19, 2005 2:49 am

dirty wrote:The bear needs to actually be HIT BY the pee.

Common mistake though. I've made it myself.
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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by dirty » Wed Jan 19, 2005 9:54 am

Stings.

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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by I'm Painting Again » Wed Jan 19, 2005 2:26 pm

just dont swim with meat ductaped to your body..

I was swimming off the coast of norman island (Brittish Virgin Islands)..an unihabited island (actually was the basis for "Treasure Island") and came across a six foot baracuda..I shit myself and swam the other way real fast..He didnt follow..then I saw a sea turtles wang..

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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by dirty » Wed Jan 19, 2005 6:31 pm

This is way off topic, but that avatar makes me smile every time. The lion is having SO MUCH FUN!

Not to mention bears dancing...

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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by MichaelAlan » Wed Jan 19, 2005 6:48 pm

BEARD_OF_BEES wrote:just dont swim with meat ductaped to your body..

I was swimming off the coast of norman island (Brittish Virgin Islands)..an unihabited island (actually was the basis for "Treasure Island") and came across a six foot baracuda..I shit myself and swam the other way real fast..He didnt follow..then I saw a sea turtles wang..
Turtle wang? is that a Ninja weapon?
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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by rolandk » Wed Jan 19, 2005 9:18 pm

Now I'm really confused. So how do you avoid a sea turtle wang attack?
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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by I'm Painting Again » Thu Jan 20, 2005 8:58 am

the sea turtles didnt attack..neither did the baracuda..

turtle wang is not a ninja weapon!!!
ninjas use magic, lasers, and swords..Ninjas are sooooooooooo sweet that I want to crap my pants. I can't believe it sometimes, but I feel it inside my heart. These guys are totally awesome and that's a fact. Ninjas are fast, smooth, cool, strong, powerful, and sweet. I can't wait to start yoga next year. I love ninjas with all of my body (including my pee pee).

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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by Rigsby » Thu Jan 20, 2005 11:03 am

BEARD_OF_BEES wrote:the sea turtles didnt attack..neither did the baracuda..

turtle wang is not a ninja weapon!!!
ninjas use magic, lasers, and swords..Ninjas are sooooooooooo sweet that I want to crap my pants. I can't believe it sometimes, but I feel it inside my heart. These guys are totally awesome and that's a fact. Ninjas are fast, smooth, cool, strong, powerful, and sweet. I can't wait to start yoga next year. I love ninjas with all of my body (including my pee pee).
That link, is it really your site? Awesome, i laughed my ass off, really. Good work.
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Post by I'm Painting Again » Thu Jan 20, 2005 12:17 pm

not mine..just my favorite site on the net..I'm not that talented..

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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by Rigsby » Fri Jan 21, 2005 5:19 am

Definately one of the greatest things to ever grace the net, if anyone hasn't seen it then go forth, it really will enrich your life.
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Re: Avoiding a shark attack

Post by Greenlander » Fri Jan 21, 2005 6:58 am

BEARD_OF_BEES wrote:just dont swim with meat ductaped to your body..
Well, it goes against everything I've learned up to now, but I'll give it a try.
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