What a World It's Summer In Australia, And Glow-In-The-Dark Surfers Make The Living Easy For Great Whites by Dave Bry December 1, 2011 These neon-clad night surfers celebrating the first day of the Australian summer at Bondi Beach must have looked like a big tray of glow-in-the-dark jello shots to sharks, who tend to feed at night. I’m glad no one got eaten. facebook twitter google+ pinterest email Dave Bry lives in New York with his wife and kid. His is the author of Public Apology. Read more by Dave Bry on The Awl DogPicklesPharmacyLeavesOuija Australia bondi beach jello shots neon rave culture Sharks Summer Snow Day How New York City's Monster Blizzard Became a Wee Snow Sprinkle disaster preparedness What Are You Buying For The Blizzard? class borefare Why Is the Middle Class? Culture (and TV) Quarterbacks, "Pool" Winter Has Come Blizzard-Hoarding at the Gowanus Whole Foods Tell Us More I Gave My Cat to a Robot the circle of life Magazine Taken to Slaughterhouse The Concessionist My Friend Is a Die-Hard Elitist Snob, So How Do I Fix Her?