The best part of the Superbowl, besides when the Patriots MURDERED the Seahawks on the biggest stage and on the biggest play, was Left Shark.
Left Shark stole the half time show from Katy Perry, Missy Eliott and Lenny “Biggest Scarf In the World” Kravitz, and went viral. Since I only blog about hard hitting news, I decided to tackle the idea of the Left Shark as a student at Brown.
= .25 x Left Shark (I am
not a math concentrator)
Where would Left Shark live?
Left Shark couldn’t live in any of the freshman dorms because the water pressure is too low and a shark could not survive in a Keeney or Andrews bathroom. Trust me, I have tested this (R.I.P. Simon, my hammerhead friend). To be safe, Left Shark would live in the pool in Nelson because he is a shark and sharks live in water… no brainer. Also, realistically, Left Shark would eat any given roommate.
Honestly, I can’t tell you much about the Super Bowl–I didn’t watch (I know, I’m not American, blah, blah, blah). But I can tell you that Katy Perry just started the hottest new video game-inspired trend since pixelated hair.
For those unfortunate enough to have never dabbled in the realm of Wii tennis, KP is sporting the wristband used to ensure your Wii remote doesn’t go flying out of your hand and into the TV–but for her microphone.
But wait, there’s more! Katy seems to have unlocked a door of potential for these wristbands. How have we not thought of this before? They can be used for cell phones:
You can get creative with ’em (thanks, Etsy):
Always lose your keys? Fret no more! These Wii-inspired wristbands can be bought on Amazon WITHOUT THE REMOTE. Go forth, young ones. And thank you, Katy. For everything–but mostly for this and Missy Elliott.
By the way, this is what pixelated hair looks like:
I really don’t know.
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