Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Sharks Push It Real Good, But Not To Britney Spears

HAMBURG, Germany (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – When it comes down to gettin’ down, sharks at a German sea life center like to leave their hat on when they push it.

That’s according to Katrin Froemsdorf, public relations director for Sea Life Timmendorf, who explains that, according to studies done at German sea life centers, sharks prefer to have sex to the sounds of Salt-N-Pepa and German crooner James Last, but fake a headache when Britney Spears comes on.

Froemsdorf says: “I don’t know why sharks don’t like Britney Spears, but there was definitely nothing happening.”

Sharks did get their fins in a fluster, however, during Joe Cocker’s “You Can Leave You’re Hat On.”

Froemsdorf believes sharks get hot and bothered with male voices because they have a deeper frequency that’s more sexually stimulating than female voices.

That is unless Salt-N-Pepa’s song “Push It” starts bumpin’.

Says Froemsdorf: “Maybe sharks are like humans. They can’t resist dancing when Salt-N-Pepa comes on.”

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