Rumours of a real life Sharknado in Hurricane Florence made people’s jaws drop – the only 11 reactions you need
There’s nothing funny about Hurricane Florence – or any natural disaster – but amidst the mayhem, the destruction of property, the disruption of livelihoods and the fear, some people have decided to use it to give themselves and others a bit of a laugh. You are probably aware of the film phenomenon that is Sharknado, which involves the premise that sharks can be carried inland on a tornado and attack people in their homes. I’m sure you can see where I’m going with this.
These 11 tweets document the spread of the rumour that Florence had somehow transported sharks.
— Jason Michael (@Jeggit) September 14, 2018
— Mary Anne Rodis (@maryannerodis) September 12, 2018
— Travis Richardson (@RichardsonTrav) September 11, 2018
— Tony Scipione (@Seven_Soldiers) September 12, 2018
We’re really in for it now y’all pic.twitter.com/FnK8JAGmlU
— Miranda Bitting (@mirandabitting) September 11, 2018
Y’all laughed at Sharknado. Who’s laughing now? pic.twitter.com/5Y7GqQyuWU
— Alan Johnson (@TheAlanJohnson) September 13, 2018
— Villi Wilson❌ (@Conservative_VW) September 13, 2018
Sharknado was prophetic pic.twitter.com/xeSFTY112k
— Peter McCormack (@WhatBitcoinDid) September 12, 2018
So the Hurricane Florence flood waters now has sharks and snakes… May god bless yall…. I would book the first flight out ASAP
— ….. (@Anti) September 13, 2018
We’ve been worried about sharknado but sharkicane was the real worry. https://t.co/KjnF9NCIbR
— will (@WillRemix) September 11, 2018
Inevitably, someone did this …
Florence sharks doo doo doo doo, Florence sharks doo doo doo doo, Florence sharks doo doo doo doo, Florence sharks pic.twitter.com/2fRdklcp9m
— Dana Dominguez (@danadominguez21) September 12, 2018
Even 60s Batman got in on the act.
— 60s Batman (@60s_Batman) September 14, 2018