Is Michael Fassbender a Shark?
Asking Michael Fassbender to autograph your shark is a ballsy move, unseen Internet stranger. A ballsy move indeed. 

Asking Michael Fassbender to autograph your shark is a ballsy move, unseen Internet stranger. A ballsy move indeed. 

That awkward moment when your friend sends you a link to the Tumblr page you run about Michael Fassbender with the note that says “they think he’s a shark too!”

Us after watching “12 Years a Slave”. 

Us after watching “12 Years a Slave”. 

Yep. 

 
immortallyophelia:

Fixed it.

We run a blog that actively looks for pictures of Michael Fassbender and sharks. That’s it. That’s the blog. 

immortallyophelia:

Fixed it.

We run a blog that actively looks for pictures of Michael Fassbender and sharks. That’s it. That’s the blog. 

frenchnavies:

All dem teeth. 

frenchnavies:

All dem teeth. 

north-kane:

Yeah, sharks have feelings too!

Leave Michael Fassbender alone. 

north-kane:

Yeah, sharks have feelings too!

Leave Michael Fassbender alone. 

martinekenblog:

The Headington Shark is an unusual installation by sculptor John Buckley that features a shark crashing head-first through the roof of a home. Located at 2 New High Street in Headington, Oxford, England, the sculptural piece brings the comical fear of a Sharknado to life. Created in 1986 (long before the release of the Syfy television film) and renovated in 2007, the permanent installation still draws the entertained gaze of passersby.

Go home Fassbender you’re drunk