You know that old saying about how great white sharks make terrible room-mates? The one that says how useless they are at taking out the bins, cleaning the bathroom, and leaving plates to “soak” in the sink for over three months. It’s not a well known saying, admittedly. In fact, if we’re being honest, we literally just made it up. But yeah. In a nutshell. Sharing a confined space with a great white shark = recipe for disaster.
Just ask the diver in this video, who went shark diving in a cage off the coast of Guadalupe Island, about what it’s like to be in uncomfortably close proximity to a great white shark. He’d probably, and this is just a wild stab in the dark, look you square in the eye and whisper “You weren’t there, man. You weren’t there” while quivering gently like a leaf caught in an autumnal breeze. Terrifying shit like this tends to leave a bad impression on the person it’s happened to. Or so we thought, before reading that the uninjured diver Chan Ming actually felt “reborn” after the incident.