by Jenni Chasteen
Man, have you noticed that there’s been a real shark problem lately? First they were trying to eat our feet and now they’re after our sushi. I think I’d rather let them nom my feet than share my spicy tuna rolls—I don’t share those with anyone. The shark sushi plate was created by by Deviantart user aviceramics, aka Avigayil, who creates all kinds of awesome ceramic dishware and statues. The plate holds about a rolls worth of sushi and the shark’s mouth doubles as a dipping cup for soy sauce. Avigayil is taking commissions of the shark sushi platter for $70 plus shipping. And by the way if a real shark ever tries to steal your sushi all you have to do is punch it in the nose. It also works on people who try to steal your sushi. And cats. Pretty much anyone.