You know what your beach-themed office is missing? A surfboard desk with a shark bite out of it. Well, don’t worry, because Lunar Lounge Design on Etsy has you covered with this $950 handmade shark bite surfboard desk.
Remember the first time you saw Jaws? How long did it take before you felt safe going back to the beach? Because I saw it thirty years ago and still haven’t been back. Enter the whimsical shark desk from Cilek, a much less menacing-looking shark than Bruce (the shark from Jaws, named by Steven Spielberg after his lawyer, Bruce Ramer).
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the kitchen and pour yourself a soothing cup of tea… dammit, sharks. Yes, Daisho Suisan’s awesome tea bag looks like an angry great white shark floating in your tea cup.
If you’re a new parent and you want a terrifying scene for your home, try something like this Jaws inspired cot. This thing offers up a scene where a shark is eating your baby alive. It looks even more realistic when your baby is crying and just generally looking cranky.
It seems as if too many developers out there are making the same types of games for PC. It also seems as if 99% of those games are shooters. A new game has been in the works for a while which has a very different premise.
Forget Earl grey. How about Earl Great White? Daisho Fishery Company’s awesome shark tea bags sit in your mug and make the water blood red.
The Great White Shark is filled with a rosehip and hibiscus tea that makes the water red, while the whale shark version is filled with green tea.
Not too long ago I talked up Jaws to my daughter and told her how scary it was. We watched it and she called me a wuss because the movie wasn’t scary at all. I got my revenge the next weekend after we watched The Strangers.
The SwimFin looks like a fun swimming aid for kids. It straps onto your child’s back to provide buoyancy and encouragement. It helps the child feel safe so that they can concentrate on moving their arms and learning their strokes.
While pundits mull the Seahawks’ questionable decision making at the Super Bowl, the Internet is talking about Left Shark. One of Katy Perry’s dancers, Bryan Gaw made glaring mistakes at the halftime show performance, turning him into a meme within hours.
Science is a great excuse to do just about anything crazy. Crossing a shark with a power saw? Hell yeah. For science! The Jawzall is a reciprocating saw with a blade made from shark teeth. It was developed at Cornell University where they are just cool like that.
I think I have found the perfect weapons for the people in Sharknado 3 to use to fight off the toothy aquatic hoards. Check out these sculptures, they look like sharks with machine gun parts protruding from their bodies.
Do you take your dog with you everywhere and do everything with him? Then you probably swim with your best bud too. If you do, get that little guy a life vest of his own. Like this Shark Fin life jacket.
Another nifty proposed LEGO set has hit the crowdsourcing Cuusoo site (soon to be called LEGO Ideas), and yet again I’m hoping this set gets produced. LEGO fan Tris Spencer came up with this set inspired by Steven Spielberg’s 1975 classic JAWS.
The last time we saw any geeky memorabilia for one of 2013’s best worst movies, it was as terrifying as the fact that Sharknado 2 is coming. But this? I wasn’t expecting this. Funko turned Sharknado into a Skylander with this adorable vinyl figurine.
It started out as a joke, but Shark Pony and the Glitter Riders sounds like a pretty amusing concept for a comic if you ask me. And while the comic itself looks hilarious, this plush creation by RoboShark that goes with it is what really caught my eye.