you’re doing it wrong
you’re doing it wrong
From the House of Cards Facebook page. Best Valentine this year.
Three Brothers In Minnesota Spent 95 Hours Building This Incredible 16-Foot High Snow Shark.
Farewell, faithful shark fans. We love you, and we’ll miss you. But remember: we’ll always have Shark Week.
“The scar had not pained Sharky for nineteen years. All was well.”
Happy weekend, shark fans!
This will be our last regularly-scheduled shark, and it seems a fitting note to end on. Thanks for your support over the last year and a half; we still can’t believe this blog ever reached anyone who wasn’t obligated to be nice to us in real life.
With pointy teeth and much love,
Debbie & Anna
“I’m wondering what to read next.” Sharkilda said. “I’ve finished all the shark books.”
Anna finally has Photoshop again, which means that official shark covers are back! (I hope everyone else is as excited about this as I am. I missed making silly shark covers with Debbie’s glorious shark art.)
Happy Monday, followers! We’ll see you tomorrow.
Happy Throwback Thursday!
“This is the story of how I died. Don’t worry, this is actually a very fun story and the truth is, it isn’t even mine. This is the story of a shark named Rapunzel.”
"Is that what you think sharks do? Die and make all your friends feel terrible ‘cause they couldn’t save you?"
Welcome to our last week of regular shark covers, shark fans. We think it’s going to be a good one, and we hope you like it, too!
(Thanks to Ask-Angelo on DeviantArt for the Adventure Time font.)
Dear Shark Fans,
After eighteen months and over four hundred sharks, Shark Daily will be going into partial retirement effective January 2014.
This means that while we will be mostly retired, we will be slightly not, and may occasionally create and post new shark covers when inspiration bites. We will also continue to reblog awesome shark posts from others, because you can never have enough awesome shark posts on your dash.
We’ve had a total blast with this blog for the past year and a half, and we’re forever grateful to all of our lovely followers for your continued (if inexplicable) support. We hope you’ll hang around for the more occasional sharks even after we’re officially closed for daily business.
With toothy hugs,
Anna and Debbie