Tag Archives: Sharks
Nature, you still scary as shit.
It's called a "goblin shark" and it could be Stephen King's worst nightmare.
A shark so enormous it literally triggered satellite monitoring devices was just found off the coast of Australia.
This is what happen when you do things for shock value on social media. Also: Sharks are awesome.
Bros bein Bros, dragging hammerhead sharks onto the beach, taking a few profile-pic-worthy photos and releasing that son of a bitch back into the wild.
Ermahgerd! Ermahgerd! Ermahgerd!!!! Do you think this Australian Bro shit his pants when a shark swam up that close to him? That […]
He didn't even take a day off from work, either. What a badass motherfucker.
The best photobombs are the one that include a fantastic sense of impending doom.
Were you one of America's cultural thought leaders who live-tweeted Sharknado as though you were an intrepid reporter breathlessly telefaxing dispatches from the Senate Watergate hearings?
This is TURRRRIFYING. I don't know how people keep their cool in this situation. I couldn't do it. I'd fall right off the board, piss and
It's a shark within a shark! Sharks meet Inception. A "Turducken of the sea," if you will. This incredible dogfish pic comes via a Facebook update from University
You’re going to want to see this because it’s a guy balancing a 15-foot shark on his goddamned hand.
Tara Reid was the highlight of Tuesday night's Shark Week programming, topping off Discovery's Shark After Dark talk show with one of the dumbest rambles about "whale
For those living under a rock, the television gods have once again descended upon us for another installment of the yearly celebration that is Shark
Yes, seven nights of Shark programming is absolutely ridiculous. That’s what defines greatness and greatness is what defines Shark Week. That is why we f-ing
Let's celebrate the most Bro week of the year with a poem.
At an unknown date, a fisherman gutted a shark, climbed inside its stomach, and asked to be photographed while stabbing the catch in the eye.
Agent to the stars Drew Rosenhaus wrestled a shark. Good people everywhere were pulling for the shark, but alas, ol’ NEXT QUESTION escaped without injury.
Fact: Bros freakin' love Shark Week, so much so that they'll do crazy drinking games during it. Poor Snuffy the Seal.
Sharks are awesome. Sharks are terrifying. This is a paradox.
During this video, either the man holding the camera (vertically, damnit!), or someone else in the boat yells, "HOLY F*CKBALLS." It's appropriate.
We retired "Bro of the Week" a long time ago (none of you f*ckers read it), but if we still had it, I'd nominate this
The photo above is a hoax, we know that. But CNN has a photo showing a shark swimming in the streets of a flooded New
This man is a hero. Image via.
Sharks and film. A relationship that blossomed following the summer smash-hit "Jaws," an undeniable thriller that scared non-Bros from swimming for quite a few years.
Fact: Sharks are the Bros of the sea. We'll have more about that in a little bit. In the meantime, we just came across the
This is why sharks are the undisputed kings of the ocean. World famous shark expert Jim Abernethy was diving with a school of tiger sharks
Few television events capture our imagination quite like "Shark Week." It's appointment television, and not just because it makes for an awesome drinking game. Doubly
It's been a big week for nature's greatest killing machine, the shark, who was last seen stealing this girl's lunch and terrifying these spear fisherman.
That’s an amazing quote. They must be amazing people.
When future generations look back at the cinema of this age, certain things will stick out. Daniel Day-Lewis’ subtlety. Christian Bale’s versatility. Michael Bay’s explosions.
Sure, they can high five, but can they fist bump?
In case you haven't noticed, I like to engage our readers. I'm all about user interaction. F*cking practically in love with it. Probably why I
Doug Niblack just wanted to catch one last ride, brah, before heading to work. Instead, he rode a great white shark.
Here are two videos of the sharks that live on Carbook Golf Course in Brisbane, Australia. Perhaps you remember when we first posted about it
Last week’s nosedive into the abyss of randomness yielded some rather decent Ask a Bro questions. Of course, some people still emailed me with trivial