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  1. #21
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    Uugghh I hate the fair weather surfer. Seriously to hell with ya.

    Fair weather surfers brag all year about rippin cane swell brah and have zero etiquette. Everything always sucks bro. They **** up you politely approach and they get ****ty. You flip and everyone turns on you because thy too are fair weather surfers that are there to have fun but cause the most injuries. Bro I hate leashes but you can't control chit.

    Man are you serious. I can't use punctuation. M walking dog and on an iPhone. Ok I'm not a surfer. I have an iPhone and my hands is cold. A real surfer wouldn't have a phone but I do. Whoever saw that coming. I'm heated.

    Why surf in the wintr time. Dude surfing rules. How the hell didhttp://www.mommyskitchen.net/2008/07/delilahs-limeade-and-its-story.html?m=1 you get into college. Are you a spoiled rich kid with an iPhone. That goes on international surfing adventures. Most folks seem to be so I got an iPhone to monitor their progress. Use that limeaid recipe I inadvertently inserted and write about that. My hands cold go surf or die. Next question.

    It smells like straight piss right here and I blame this thread.

  2. #22
    If you truly love surfing you'll surf in any temperature, I'm from nj and enjoy having hardly anyone in the lineup during the winter , more waves for me. I don't consider anyone a true surfer if they only surf in the summer because anyone can surf in the summer and how is someone to improve if they only do it for 1 season a year? That's why we surf in the winter because we love it and all want to get better at it and/or cannot get enough of that great feeling while riding a wave. Summer surfing and winter surfing;they are both extremely different experiences.

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by Surfin_nj View Post
    ... how is someone to improve if they only do it for 1 season a year? That's why we surf in the winter because we love it and all want to get better at it and/or cannot get enough of that great feeling while riding a wave....
    Sums it up for me.

  4. #24
    Forget all you brahs talkin bout hibernating from the cold. Get a grip. I just broke free from 12 hrs of straight work indoors to rip pavement for a half hour in 16 degrees. And that air is dry boy. Brave the elements sons, get out and liva la vida stokkka!

    FLY A BANNER FOR STOKE ON ICE

  5. #25
    Iam not sure what the topic is but in relation to why surf winter or "anytime"...Plain and simple...Surfing creates a euphoric feeling and is intensified with a good session. That's why we become severely moody when it goes flat for an extended period...it really is like a drug, a good one...without it, our mood changes.

    I actually stopped surfing for many years. Family, career, other interests...one session back out last summer and it was like I was reborn...decided to drop 50 lbs to maximize my performance and increase the euphoria. Never felt better and missed only one swell since summer. I know since coming back, I have dropped some serious coin...new quiver due to the weight loss and wetsuits for every temp imagined...All worth it.

  6. #26
    mrcoop, glad you came back. Imagine you were a tough one to deal with during the interim but now you're stoked again, good for you. That's a life score report you just gave.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    Forget all you brahs talkin bout hibernating from the cold. Get a grip. I just broke free from 12 hrs of straight work indoors to rip pavement for a half hour in 16 degrees. And that air is dry boy. Brave the elements sons, get out and liva la vida stokkka!

    FLY A BANNER FOR STOKE ON ICE
    Your enthusiasm makes me want to run in circles slapping myself in the face. It's pretty awesome. Keep it up.

  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by cepriano View Post
    yea that's another thing I forgot to mention.no lifegaurds.they are ants at a picnic.surfers get hassled by these mini hasselhoffs all summer long.u have to pay 10 bucks to get on the beach,then ur allowed to surf between 2 jettys with 100 other people out.summer sucks on the eastcoast.I hope winter never ends
    at my second favorite beach in nj the beach badge is $100 p/summer. and the Lg's say whoa dude NO SURF!

  9. #29
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    Im fairly new to surfing but the wave drought this past summer sparked something inside me. My previous wetsuit was only capable of keeping me out in the water until the first weekend in Dec (and even that was pushing it). I started jonesin' real hard around middle of january and when the first winter wetsuit sales came up I found myself jumping on the hottest deal. Ended up with a new 6/5 suit and now im set. I even won a season pass to Sunday River, Sugarloaf and Loon but I still find myself hoping for the next swell to come by. Last week I had one of my best days, went snowboarding and surfing in the same day. Like some others have said, "Its like a drug". Ive got to have it no matter what the temp is outside.

    Surfs Up BRAHS!!!!

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by njsurfer42 View Post
    if you have to ask "why" you're not really a surfer...sorry.
    True story ^^

    Nothing like the thinned out winter line ups. Takes a day that would be a friggin zoo and makes it truly enjoyable. Summer Jabrones piss me off and get no respect.

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