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Thread: Honeymoon in October
Jun 2, 2013, 04:02 AM #11
Jun 2, 2013, 04:06 AM #12
Jun 2, 2013, 09:51 AM #13
That being said October is borderline too early to really score massive north swells... You can surf just about everyday on kauai or oahu, but u might not get double to triple overhead in October...
Jun 2, 2013, 09:56 AM #14
Jun 2, 2013, 10:19 AM #15Junior Member
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def kaui, surf might not be huge but still should be able to score the chick will def thankyou, tons of stuff to do nice people poliholi beach is suuuper sick for the view and if theres any west in the swell queens pond, fishermans,and lets not forget infinitys,all super sick even when it only alittle overhead.hanalea might just be for the sights that time of year but there worth it,but if you do get lucky with the mysto fall swell youll be stoked.usually starts blown around mid to late morn so youll still have plenty of time with the chick unless west side is firing and if thats the case she should know the deal by now lol congrats and good luck
Jun 2, 2013, 10:57 AM #16
I've heard Northern Brazil is the tits too... you can shoot over to Noronha or stay there.
Never been, it's on the bucket list.
I don't support that type of stuff. Promiscuity gives you AIDS and hurts dogs. That's is NOT where I was coming from.
It's just everywhere I look: It's divorce, fighting, Budweiser-fueled domestic violence, broken children, infidelity.............It just goes on and on.
I hope you guys really have that fairy tale type of relationship, but coming from the hard, gritty, streets of Southern New Jersey, I am a jaded son-of-a-*****. I really hope you do. Maybe you do.
Well, you answered my post correctly. Instead of insulting me, you proclaimed your love for her. I hope she's reading !! Oh shoot bru, I just watched a Lockup Raw episode last night and some dude married a "woman" but found out later "she" had one of them operations. Don't get taken by that one. lol hee hee hee
Yo, I'm not insulting, heck maybe I'm guilty at times too, but I love how people love to give advice and bond-up over certain issues on here. It's cute.
Anyways, F these warm water, Choke Moke, or Muslim 3rd worlds..........Dude, Go to Iceland........
Iceland. Dude, there is less than 350,000 people in the country. It's like walking on a frozen moon. They got bubs, too, baby.
Elves, you and your gal can go on a search for elves. It doesn't get more romantic than that. What? You beg to differ? Dude, you can be completely alone there, feeling like you are the only people on the planet. It is reported that the elves think some people are cool enough to let their prescence know. They offer coffee and pancakes to certain humans.
This is no joke. I am dead friggin serious aboot this stuff.
Jun 2, 2013, 03:24 PM #18
Sayulita is supposed to be good for a Honeymoon with a surfer and non surfer
Jun 2, 2013, 07:04 PM #19
Iceland would be pretty sick
I don't take your opinion as an insult. I appreciate all advice, whether I use it or not..
I see a lot of divorces too. The stats are enormous.. Heck, I come from a broken home...
But I waited for the "right" one and I think I found her. And I know the world is overpopulated, but I want my own little grommet
Hey tuck into this one, ese......
After I posted my last thang, I setteld down to read The Philadelphia Inquirer. As I perused the Travel section I saw a Top Ten list for most friendly locations(how they treat tourists) compiled by some friggin World Travel Association thingamajig. Who was numero uno?
Mother trucking Iceland. That's who.
Man, who needs those choke mokes looking at your girl and trying to sell you oregano and lawn clippings.....
Who wants to get woke early in the morning for the first of five prayer times and dodge snakes and mozzies.
Yeah, it ain't hot in Iceland. But hot sucks. It breeds vermin. It make you sweat. It can give you skin cancer. Hot is dirty.
Open mindedness and a close sense to nature exists there. Hey you like ponies? Aww man, Icelandic ponies are the best. There's an average of 3 people per square km. 95% of the people live in Reykjavic so when you're oot in the countryside you can be loony and let your guard down.
Ahhh ****, now I really want to go. Hey I'll marry you, dude, if we go to Iceland on the Hooneymoon. Though I might not come back with you.
Well, goog fero(have a good journey) and skal(cheers). Oh and "alfur" is elf in the native tongue and the plural elves is "alfar."