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    why

    does it feel like the majority of guys on here act like they surf but i am compelled to think otherwise. like they say i guess, it isnt for everyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by shackmaster View Post
    does it feel like the majority of guys on here act like they surf but i am compelled to think otherwise. like they say i guess, it isnt for everyone
    sounds like somebodys in denial....

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    Not everyone can be a shackmaster.

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    oh. ok. so now im the one that has no skillzzzz? my point was. people on here ask retarded questions. common sense crap. like, whats a grom? or, omg, theres a storm in the atlantic, could this give us a wave? but hey. you guys got me. i longboard!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krankor View Post
    Not everyone can be a shackmaster.
    so trueeee

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    Chill dude......it looks to me that there is a lot of young guys that are just learning. nothing wrong with that. I guarantee.we all asked stupid questions early on. They are showing INTEREST. I'll also bet you that there are highly experienced people in here. I would rather answer some stupid questions, then watch the lack of stoke from most younger people today. It's all good.

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    im a kook

    im a kook...didnt ever say I wasn't... id much rather be a kook than a homo..lol....ziiing

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcyrusphotography View Post
    im a kook...didnt ever say I wasn't... id much rather be a kook than a homo..lol....ziiing
    I'm a kook too. By the way for the new guys a kook is a new/inexperienced surfer and a grom is short for grommet, which is a young surfer I have wanted to surf for years, but didn't have the money for a board. I finally got a used 9' epoxy this year. I surf 4,5, sometimes 6 times a week. Last Thursday and Saturday I went out in the morning (at dawn) to catch the 1st high tide and later the same day to catch the second high tide. I watch videos, read articles, practice my balance on an exercise ball and surf as much as possible. I try to research questions ahead of time to not ask really dumb, simple questions. I recommend other newbies do the same, but we are counting on the veteran surfers for direction. I wouldn't know important things like surf etiquette if it weren't for a good friend of mine who taught me how to surf. Everyone needs to chill. Surfing is fun.

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    so what everyone is saying is that they are all self proclaimed KOOKS?!?!??!?!? EVERYONES A "KOOK"!!!!!!
    I eat kooks for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. better watch out.

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    kooks

    u eat kooks for breakfast lunch and dinner?? sounds filling....lol look for me if you want a good meal...I'll be the guy having fun "kooking" it up...ha ha... so who are you sponsored by??