Welcome to another dreamy installment of <italics>Did You See That?</italics>, the gallery that weeds out offbeat images from the worlds of sports and pop culture and then forgets what it did with them.
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The age of aquarium: This year, Jolly Old St. Nick traded in his sleigh for the Zebra shark at the Sunshine International Aquarium in Tokyo.
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It's snow secret that folks seemed to like this one as pigskin in the elements is kinda fun unless you're the photographer or the ones who have to play in it.
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Snow job: Bryce Brown of the Eagles and Glover Quin of the Lions frolic in the winter wonderland that was Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, where it apparently isn't always sunny.
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The shovel pass was used to great effect at M&T Bank Stadium where the Baltimore Ravens fended off the Norsemen of the Apocalypse.
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In other winter wonderment, Mark Stuart of the Winnipeg Jets and B.J. Crombeen of the Lightning got cozy at Tampa Bay Times Forum.
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In a more attractive and ingratiating climate, LA Temptation QB Ashley Salerno was under siege as the Seattle Mist rolled in and grabbed the former Lingerie Football League's Pacific Cup (size 36D), 27-25, at ShoWare Center in Kent, Washington.
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The Seattle Mist's QB Mary-Anne Hanson midwifed a pigskin as her team delivered its win over the LA Temptation in the LFL Pacific Cup.
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A Volkswagen Kombi minibus owner lovingly cleaned his vehicle after it gave birth during a club meeting in Sao Bernardo do Campo. Volkswagen Brazil, the last plant to produce the Kombi, will cease squeezing out the iconic vehicle on December 20 after 56 years of labor.
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On hostile ground at MetLife Stadium in iconic East Rutherford, NJ, this fella seemed blissfully unaware that his beloved football team was being shot down by the wobbly New York Jets, 37-27.
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Goin' to the dawgs: The Benefit For The Bulldogs at Rosenthal Pavilion in New York City attracted such notable luminaries as the hallowed rapper/actor and his fetching spouse. Um, let us rephrase that. The bulldogs were fetching. The rapper/actor's wife was attractive.
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Nothing like a little biebsketball to make life brighter in the wake of a Super Typhoon. Here we have the beloved entertainer showin' 'em how the D is done at San Jose Elementary School in Tacloban, Leyte, Philippines. The Biebs was on a campaign to help raise money for the storm's victims and, in the process, he raised his game as well as his hand, as you can see.
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Looking well on his way to recovery after Tommy John surgery, the Mets fireballer delivered some chinmusic on the SI Swimsuit model while the Washington Capitals were grappling with the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden on December 8.
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Kiss your money goodbye: Demonstrators gathered outside the Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (site of next year's World Cup Final soccer match) to poo-pooh the cost of staging the event and accuse politicians and FIFA of profiting at the expense of Brazilian taxpayers, as if that could ever happen.
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Nothing like wholesome family entertainment for the hoiidays, eh? This was on display at KIIS FM's Jingle Ball 2013 at Staples Center in LA.
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After yet another unsightly loss by the Knicks, workers hastily converted the World's Most Famous Arena from a basketball court into a hockey rink in time for another unsightly loss by the Rangers as New York's annus horribilis in sports continued. You can check out the entire sequence here.
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This season, the woeful Florida Panthers have had a hard time drawing flies to their games, let alone fans. So why not make it harder for those (fans, not flies) who do show up -- especially the ones who fork over $300 a seat -- to view the action? During a sparsely attended game against the Detroit Red Wings at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Fla, a shot broke the glass and alas the crew couldn't get the protective paper off the new sheet, so they simply left it on, much to the dismay of the paying customers who were forced to move. Fortunately, they had plenty of empty seats from which to choose.
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The Kansas City Chiefs obviously had some time on their hands during their rout of the Redskins in Washington.
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At New Zealand's Auckland Sky Tower, Mr. Tomkins took the plunge and signed with the New Zealand Warriors rugby team. You can watch the thrilling video here.
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And so did this gallery. We thank you for the time you can't have back and hope to see you again next week.
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