Not Bad for a Beach Ape!


Dang, these Aussie guys are tough!  When a cheeky bull shark tried to blindside Australian surfing champ Mick Fanning during a live televised competition, the blighter got a bit more than he bargained for.  Spectators thought that they were about to see someone eaten alive before their eyes, but despite being caught off guard and lacking the formidable choppers of his impromptu opponent, Mick slugged the shark in the back and retreated with all of his body parts intact!

I think we’ve found a worthy successor to  Paul Hogan as Crocodile Dundee!  (Film producers, take note!)  Pretty soon sharks will be watching Human Week on the tube to see if we’re as tough as they’ve heard…

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2 Comments on “Not Bad for a Beach Ape!”

  1. carycomic Says:

    Maybe he should have been the one to play “Roy Bishop” in SHARK ATTACK 2 (as opposed to, say, American soccer player-turned failed actor Dan Metcalfe).


  2. carycomic Says:

    Speaking of killer shark movies: which did you enjoy more? MEGASHARK vs. KOLOSSUS; ROBOSHARK; or SHARKTOPUS vs. WHALEWOLF? Speaking purely for myself, I preferred the latter (for the genetically engineered akhlut).


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