Sharknado Star On Shark Week
The script for Sharknado must have left a lot to be desired as far as shark sex ed goes, judging from Tara Reid's wild (and hilarious) theories about breeding activities.
Tara Reid is once again proving the veracity of every blond joke you've ever heard. The Sharknado star has some, uh, interesting theories about the origins and mating habits of sharks, which she shared during her appearance on Shark After Dark last night.
"Today, I was like, all right, I don't wanna, like, sound stupid when I do this show today, like... so I learned a little education on sharks," she explained.
"So I look up sharks on the internet and I see whale sharks so I’m like that must mean that a whale and a shark have sex and then it made me think how do a whale and a shark have sex?"
"There is a thing called whale sharks and then I realized whales are mammals and sharks are animals so they have nothing to do with each other! So basically the dolphins have sex with each other but the sharks don’t, so then I thought how is it such a thing?"
It gets worse, believe it or not. Reid continued, "But the difference is there is a whale shark which is the biggest shark in the ocean, he’s also scary and then you have the great white who’s also scary. There are over 400 kinds of shark but the whale shark is kind of interesting because he’s so mean — he’s like a killer."
Watch Tara Reid on Shark After Dark
Other freaky sexy time shark mates: Shark and tiger (tiger shark), shark and naughty nurse (nurse shark), shark and MC Hammer (hammerhead shark), shark and bull (bull shark), shark and Stevie Wonder (blind shark), shark and Smurf (blue shark), shark and Halloween (goblin shark), shark and trumpet (horn shark), shark and citrus fruit (lemon shark), shark and wildcat (leopard shark), shark and delicious candy (gummy shark), shark and cactus (prickly shark), shark and its own prey (seal shark), shark and Deadmau5 (spinner shark).
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