Jul 9th 2010 By Asylum Staff
At the Sea Paradise Aquarium
in Japan, World Cup fever
(a delightful term that will finally fizzle into the ether this weekend) has not gone unnoticed. The international
football tournament has taken a nose dive into its fish tanks, where Japan "takes on" Holland in a game played by tropical fish. The soccer ball, by the way, is made of shrimp.
This, of course, poses the question of the best absurd daydream of choice: Cristiano Ronaldo
with fins or fish in tiny, waterproof jerseys? Jerseys FTW! GO SOCCER!
Swim, little guppy, swim over to Urlesque and watch our aquatic friends play underwater soccer!