This hilarious woman's advice on staying safe from sharks is breaking the Internet

Summer Safety Tips!

Posted by Veronica-Pooh Nash Poleate on Sunday, June 28, 2015

This Tennessee woman's extremely helpful video of "Summer Safety Tips" is keeping millions of viewers safe from sharks.

Veronica-Pooh Nash Poleate posted a video to her Facebook page in light of the recent shark attacks in North Carolina. Her message is so inspiring that it has prompted over 300,000 people to share the video.

Or maybe people are just sharing the video because it's absolutely hilarious. Poleate begins the recording from the driver's seat of her car by explaining her urge to warn people about sharks:

"I'm on my way to church this morning but I wanted to make a quick video because my spirit was troubled this morning. I had the news on and it was talking about somebody else done got ate up by a shark."

She goes on to explain exactly how we can avoid future shark attacks. It's really quite simple. She says:

Basically Poleate wants everyone to understand that the ocean is no place for human swimmers. That's why we invented pools, obviously. We're not sure if this video will inspire people to stay out of the water or if it'll just prompt them to become vegetarians. Either way, we know that it's certainly stirring many laughs.

The video has already reached over 11 million views. Now that Poleate has achieved star status, she has created a new Facebook page in efforts to deal with all of the annoying fangirls trying to get in with her crew.

We hope Poleate continues to spread smiles with her winning commentary. We just urge her not to record while driving from now on. Way to crush the Facebook game, Poleate.

Watch this video to learn more about the recent shark attacks in North Carolina:

Police Monitor North Carolina Beach After Shark Attacks

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