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    Would you move inland for a girl?

    Life's big decisions, not talking about the midwest but maybe 5-6 hours inland what would you do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by patgeds22 View Post
    Life's big decisions, not talking about the midwest but maybe 5-6 hours inland what would you do?
    Depends which is more important to you, girl or waves

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    Well I'm young, have never loved anything as much as the ocean, but don't want to lose something that might not come again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by patgeds22 View Post
    Well I'm young, have never loved anything as much as the ocean, but don't want to lose something that might not come again...

    I know right now you think she is the only one in the world, but trust me man, you are going to encounter many, many more throughout your life. You will, and I dont care what you say, you will. DO NOT leave the beach man, dont do it. I dont care how fine she is. Let her come to you. You will spend the rest of your life regretting it if you leave for this one.

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    For "a girl" or for "the girl"?

    Doubt means don't.

    Think about it......If you move there just for her, then it put a heavy pressure on her to be "worth it". You have to "man-up"/"women-up"/"human-up" to the choice.

    So you tell me......is she/you and the potential "we" worth it?

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    it depends on what dating site you found her on.

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    if youre young? no i would stay put. they are plenty of girls out there my friend....lots and lots and lots

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    Quote Originally Posted by super fish View Post
    if youre young? no i would stay put. they are plenty of girls out there my friend....lots and lots and lots
    Someone's been using POF

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    Going inland is not necessarily a bad thing. Although you will go surfing much less, you will most likely be motivated to go on surf trips to better surf spots. My friend lived in California about a block from Rincon. He had to move to colorado and thought he would never surf again. Now he takes about 2-3 trips a year and he's been to fiji, tahiti, costa rica, oahu, and pretty much any other world class wave in the world. I'm not saying you should take these super long expensive trips to exotic places a couple times a year, but you can still surf places you probably never thought you would get to surf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lipride20 View Post
    Going inland is not necessarily a bad thing. Although you will go surfing much less, you will most likely be motivated to go on surf trips to better surf spots. My friend lived in California about a block from Rincon. He had to move to colorado and thought he would never surf again. Now he takes about 2-3 trips a year and he's been to fiji, tahiti, costa rica, oahu, and pretty much any other world class wave in the world. I'm not saying you should take these super long expensive trips to exotic places a couple times a year, but you can still surf places you probably never thought you would get to surf.
    My question to that would be, if you never get to surf, how are you going to be prepared for world class waves a couple times per year?