Clearly some people either have WAY too much time on their hands or don't know what to do with the time they have.
However, I'd like seeing a shark in a duck-suite riding a Roomba chasing a cat in a dog-suite.
I don't see what the big deal is. Doesn't everybody have a cat in a shark suit that chases ducks while riding on a Roomba?
Well, that's what I thought until the dog came into the picture. Now, that's an odd scene.
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