Play nice. Stop instigating. Share your cookies. Don't terrorize the other kids. Don't threaten them with latex dummy ear slaps, followed by your cheeks-lubin' dawg. And for the luv of hayzus keerist, don't break out your plywood-luvin twin when he's finished with your smoke stack woman. After all.....twins....how could she tell the difference?
Whoa, whoa, whoa! We don't really need to know the answer to that!
Last edited by yankee; Oct 20, 2013 at 07:39 AM.
Reason: evil twins & contrails
Actually the reverse is the case, the type thrives in ragged, bumpy, or otherwise weird conditions, to the point where it is often the only board in the water able to make waves successfully.
Just complete BS. With a 9'+ LB, I can catch any choppy or small wave. I have caught ankle high ripples on a cheap, dented up, POS East Coast LB. Any surfer that has any experience should be able to do the same. It is not possible that your board would be the ONLY one that could catch the wave.