from now on my period will be known as "shark week"

FROM NOW ON MY PERIOD WILL BE KNOWN AS "SHARK WEEK"

Oldie but goodie. Thankfully I have no period, but if I did it would be called Shark Week.

A shark's brain looks the same as the female reproductive system. My period will now be called shark week.

Periods Will Now Be Called Shark Week

When I saw this I started calling my period: SHARK WEEK. (another pinner said) this is hilarious. i wanna call my period shark week too! i usually say my evil visitor is in town.

Shark brain looks a lot like a vagina- period is now called "shark week" (I reposted this, and LOL'ed at the "shark week" comment)

Shark brain looks a lot like a vagina- period is now called "shark week" (I reposted this, and LOL'ed at the "shark week" comment) pictures

Baby Shark Song ~ great brain break and (silly) fun for rainy day recess or indoor PE {Use with caution ... :) }

Baby Shark Song ~ brain break and (silly) fun for rainy day recess or indoor PE {Use with caution . a shark eats someone in this funny chant!

HA! *Although, I have to note that this diagram bothers me, We have a Shark Brain aside what should be labeled either "Uterus" or "Female Reproductive System." My desire for accuracy causes me to say, "This is hilarious, but do better."

*Although, I have to note that this diagram bothers me, We have a Shark Brain aside what should be labeled either "Uterus" or "Female Reproductive System.

Shark brain vs female reproductive system

I know, I know "Gross! She posted something about periods!" But seriously. that's funny sh* real funny

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Mysterious Brain-Eating Shark Killer Identified, Though Questions Remain | National Geographic

Mysterious Brain-Eating Shark Killer Identified, Though Questions Remain

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