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I love it!
Fun! I liked moving the mouse in very small circles, making the shark dance.
Well. That was delightful! :)
As if I need something else to help me avoid work! I just wish I co8uld throw some people in there with the shark...
What fun. I liked the shark. :-)
Now that is awesome!
That shark can dance!
Mesmerizing!Could use some blood on the water. Some chum, a diver or two with manuscripts in hand. And I mean hand, not hands. A shark's got to eat.
Love it and want to add this to the chum pool:http://www.zooborns.typepad.com/zooborns/shark/Terri
I was going to comment, but Lydia said my comment verbatim.So I'll just say, "Ditto."
Great. Now I’m afraid of the computer. And therapy was going so well.
RRuin, that is what I was going to say. It'd be even better if the cursor was a manuscript or a query letter and the shark had it's mouth open. My son is thrilled. He has been screaming, "The SHARK GAME!" for five minutes now.
I run a teen advice blog, and my readers love that kind of stuff. I added a link, so thanks for sharing.
Totally brain dead after a really long day. I clicked and stared for a moment wondering WTF and then hit the mouse by accident...very finny indeed.
Major bummer. All I get is a blank screen.
Waaaaaaaaay more fun than should be allowed. Now, where did I put that bait? ~ Just Joany/YayaYaya's HomeRed Wagon Flights
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