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Everyone deals with boredom differently. Some people go on Facebook. Others create art. But few can compare to Twitter user @stabbyloki, who shoved a stuffed shark into a scanner and showed the internet the results.
out of boredom i decided to scan a stuffed shark. here are the results. pic.twitter.com/QGGujkp0vC
— the siew who stole christmas (@stabbyloki) December 16, 2018
He’s beautiful. Something about his chubby body and menacing face pressed right up against the scanner glass is too cute.
It didn’t take long for the internet to start sharing @stabbyloki’s post, which has gained over 46,000 retweets and 104,000 likes in just two days.
Now it's in the sea pic.twitter.com/GbPsnvLVLl
— Tie-Z- (@tie_z_) December 17, 2018
— Andy (@_rallycap) December 16, 2018
Thos is amazing. I also have this exact same stuffed shark. His name is Sharkqueal O'Neal… https://t.co/Z7MNYtWtjB
— iloveglee (@ilovegleek15) December 17, 2018
He’s “Copy Shark,” the new addition to the “Baby Shark” song.
Copy shark doo doo doo doo doo https://t.co/3MtYaW65ak
— Dipper @ Aquatifur (@dipper_rat) December 16, 2018
SHORK doodoo doodoo dooDO https://t.co/jSJcnJkRIT
— ÒwÓ (@sunnysidechu) December 17, 2018
Meanwhile, Twitter took one look at the shark and quickly shouted “me irl.”
Me having an anxiety attack https://t.co/FBUsQFP9Yc
— little (@romyfoster_) December 17, 2018
hahahahahhahhahhaha my face when i look at exam timetables
— Jayde ♛ (@jaydemacgregor_) December 17, 2018
These are the kinda thoughts I get in class. All the time. https://t.co/0F2cBKPYhB
— Juliette Br (@Juliet_Brt) December 17, 2018
It makes great wallpaper, too.
can confirm: it is pic.twitter.com/ZFqHKaNolu
— Max Guttman (@maxwellhallel) December 17, 2018
In conclusion, @stabbyloki is an artist, and we’re looking at a magnum opus right here.
Is it me or ain't that art in of itself? pic.twitter.com/JHTMLBzSfC
— Sufi Khirul Bahri (@catcrazesufi) December 17, 2018
— Kathleen Gatliff (@kathleengatliff) December 17, 2018
Rock on, Copy Shark. The world is a better place with you.
Ana Valens is an LGBTQ reporter and essayist for the Daily Dot. Her work has previously appeared in Bitch, the Establishment, Vice's Waypoint, Rolling Stone's Glixel, and the Toast. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.