16 Gifts “Sharknado 2” Gave The World


1. “Think Pieces.”

2. Second leases on life.

3. Tara Reid’s dulcet tones.

4. Next season of The Real World.

5. How To Survive a Sharknado, New York Times bestseller.

The most unrealistic thing about #Sharknado2 is Tara Reid writing a book.

— Joe Quesarito (@HoJoLego)

6. 32 oz of freedom.

Ian Ziering is being given dangerous weapons outlawed in NYC to fight off sharks. So when will he be given a 32 oz Big Gulp? #Sharknado2

— Not Bill Walton (@NotBillWalton)

7. #UrbanLegend2k14

The other way to get rid of a sharknado is to make it say its name backwards. #Sharknado2

— Wil Wheaton (@wilw)

8. Tara Reid’s audition for the next Evil Dead.

I thought @TaraReid couldn't get any more perfect... Then they put a circular saw on her hand. #FlawFree #InternationalBadass #sharknado2

— Stevie (@StevieNYC)

9. The latest volume of Zagat.

Whoever wrote #Sharknado2 must have heard about New York from a three TV commercials and a meth addict who visited once.

— Dan Wilbur (@DanWilbur)

10. The next great Syfy hit.

.@SyfyTV, okay what about Barknado with adorable blood thirsty puppies?

— Patrick McLellan (@pmclellan)

11. People to unfollow.

Unfollowing everyone who wasn't in Sharknado 2

— Eli Braden (@EliBraden)

12. Sharknado 2: The Feminine Mystique.

#Sharknado2 passes the Bechdel test because ladies are talking to each other about sharks. And then being eaten by sharks.

— Ashley Clements (@TheAshleyClem)

13. The ability to let it go.

Sharknado 2 was better than Frozen

— Price Peterson (@pricepeterson)


Spoiler Alert: At the end of Sharknado 2, Samuel L Jackson asks Tara Reid to join The Avengers.

— Don Nichols (@TheDairylandDon)

15. A search for a missing hand.

I hope they find Tara Reid's hand @SharknadoSyfy

— John Roberts (@JohnRobertsFun)

16. An Oscar-worthy film.

Well, #Sharknado2... due to the most technical definition... you were a movie.

— Alan Sizzler Kistler (@SizzlerKistler)

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