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    Quote Originally Posted by travy View Post
    the problem i have with 'too happy' surfers is when they get carried away with their stoke and invite 5 friends to paddle out with them or hoot their friends into waves they don't have priority on or, my personal fave, tell you the wave is a 'party wave' after they drop in on you.. in a limited resources sport, often your fun can come at the expense of someone else so be considerate and allow yourself to be happy when someone you don't know gets a good one..
    I am so glad my spot isn't crowded. I love party waves with friends, and can always be sure my group is the only one in the area. It probably also has a lot to do with the fact that no one I surf with takes themselves too seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by travy View Post
    the problem i have with 'too happy' surfers is when they get carried away with their stoke and invite 5 friends to paddle out with them or hoot their friends into waves they don't have priority on or, my personal fave, tell you the wave is a 'party wave' after they drop in on you.
    The infamous 'party wave.' The only party you don't want to go to.

    I'm all about partying, but not at the expense of others.
    Last edited by dlrouen; Oct 25, 2012 at 05:37 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brewengineer View Post
    I am so glad my spot isn't crowded. I love party waves with friends, and can always be sure my group is the only one in the area. It probably also has a lot to do with the fact that no one I surf with takes themselves too seriously.
    so anyone who doesn't want to dropped in on is taking themselves too seriously? this is a perfect example of the good vibes jerk. how about i screw your girlfriend later? no? whoa, don't be so serious brah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by travy View Post
    so anyone who doesn't want to dropped in on is taking themselves too seriously? this is a perfect example of the good vibes jerk. how about i screw your girlfriend later? no? whoa, don't be so serious brah!
    Don't be a ****. You are making **** up and putting words in my mouth. I am simply stating that I enjoy surfing with friends and we share waves. There is nothing wrong with the whole party wave thing if you are only among friends. Also, our area is key because we don't have to bother anyone else (and no one bothers us).
    I am also glad that not a single person I have ever met out surfing the Carolina coast has ever used the word "brah."

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    Party waves promote a more Communist America

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    Is this post for real?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillaKiel View Post
    Party waves promote a more Communist America
    I also heard party waves lead to the downfall of the US housing market.

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    "This wave is your wave, this wave is my wave,
    From California, to the New York Islands"

    "This wave was made for you and me"

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    it has been documented that Obama is all about Party waves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFitz73 View Post
    it has been documented that Obama is all about Party waves.
    The result of spending too much time in Waikiki.

    Romney built that house in La Jolla so he can paddle out with binders of boards, drop in on people, vibe, stink-eye then ship the break to China.

    (to the sensitive: Try to take a joke)