You're not truly clean until you're clean under the rim.
Next year? That's what I call optimism in the jaws of adversity. Must be hoping the shark will swallow him whole and shit him out in one piece.
There'd BETTER be a next year. I just got a new kitchen. On the other hand...screw the bills.
It looks like there's still a good chance it can escape. Hopefully.
Shark could have a massive coronary. Eating license plates hardens the arteries.
At least it's nice to know that that's a rubber sea lion used as a lure.
Some fishermen can be real hard core.
Males are silly no matter the species.
Well, at least we can write our names in the snow. Seal probably couldn't, though.
I hope he had the salt water taffy before this photo was taken.xoRobyn
I think he did. That stuff really makes him lethargic.
This is so hilarious Al, great post as usual. I'm going to be so annoyed if the world ends tomorrow and I never get to see another Facebook funny ever again.
That's why I still haven't done any Christmas shopping.Oh, yeah. I'm lazy, too.
Alternate Caption: Wait! Wait. I see it. How the heck did you get a hubcap stuck in there?
The only problem is that it was still attached to the car. Man, that is one big ass shark.
I don't think there will be a next year...
No, there will be. Just to spite us.
Looks like he might choke on it too.
Plus, I hear that seals are wicked high in cholesterol.
Are people forgetting that unlike our calendar the Mayans didn't have leap years, meaning the Mayan apocalypse happened a long time ago. We were all too busy blogging to notice.
Damn, is THAT what that noise was? I thought the dog fell down the stairs.
Do not use if seal is broken
You are too funny! Loved this, as usual!
And, at this time of year, it's a Christmas seal.
On our honeymoon we went snorkeling off the coast of Kauai, Hawaii, which is the island where Bethany Hamilton lost her arm. The snorkeling was distinctly NOT fun. Everytime there was a shadow or the fish moved away, I was like, "It's behind me, isn't it? OMG it's BEHIND me!!"
I remember going snorkeling in the Virgin Islands. It was quite a lark. I started chasing a fish. As it turned, I saw that it was a barracuda.I got out of the water.