LOGIN | REGISTER

Page 1 of 4 123 ... LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 39
  1. #1

    Boogers and Surfers!

    It's funny, I needed to say something positive after the needless threads on here. Last nights session was old school in a heavey way. Stoeher, Tice X 2, Coffield, Sklut, White and some others...the lines were faded. Sponge or glass, there was people getting waves and all getting along with mutual respect. Waves were marginal but heavey and to much fun! Rock on gentlemen!

  2. #2
    that was the gayest post i've ever read. why don't you just tongue bathe their balls instead of proclaiming your man love on the internet.

  3. #3

    Hmmm...

    I am a non violent and non crofrontational person. So when I get done kicking the crap out of you I will return back to my peacefull charging. Hows that for gay? When you see my giant head paddling towards you in the lineup, get ready! I am sure you will cry for your mother.

  4. #4
    i don't think so clay aiken.

  5. #5
    oblove dont even pay attention to him, hes a tool. i was out there too, it was mutual and alot of fun.

  6. #6
    Join Date
    May 2006
    Location
    Lewes, DE
    Posts
    5,377
    Images
    121
    thats the difference between riders who know and respect each other regardless of how or what they are riding... compared to the egotistical surfer thinking that he is better than others.

    Some talk about soul surfing and what not, but I find that there is a lot more selfishness in surfing than the typical team sports. I am also an avid basketball player among other things, and I see much less disrespect among others when playing ball. There are some straight forward reason for this, for one being that when we are surfing we only have to get along with ourselves and the ocean. And, there is a sort of competition out there against one another to ride the best waves.

    I do think its interesting how surfing breeds this sort of egotistical pride, like "I got the best wave of the day" or "I am not telling anyone about this spot". Its undeniably part of our sport, and I'm as guilty as the next person in wanting someone to take my photo or whatever. It seems as though when you are out there riding with people you know and respect then this nature diminishes and whether you are riding a surfboard, bodyboard, or a mcdonalds tray it doesn't really matter.

  7. #7
    Join Date
    May 2007
    Location
    NJ
    Posts
    151
    Images
    21
    yeah i totally understand oblove. if everyones having a good time and respecting each other then its all good

  8. #8
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Posts
    1,481
    Images
    5
    I have had lots of days sitting in the middle of 10 or more guys/girls and caught more than my share and had a great time. On the flip side I have had terrible days while sitting next to one or two A-holes who think they are the **** snaking me and everyone else, and making the lineup miserable. Funny how the company in the water can make or break a session. Glad you guys had fun.

  9. #9
    Quote Originally Posted by swellinfo View Post
    thats the difference between riders who know and respect each other regardless of how or what they are riding... Compared to the egotistical surfer thinking that he is better than others.

    Some talk about soul surfing and what not, but i find that there is a lot more selfishness in surfing than the typical team sports. I am also an avid basketball player among other things, and i see much less disrespect among others when playing ball. There are some straight forward reason for this, for one being that when we are surfing we only have to get along with ourselves and the ocean. And, there is a sort of competition out there against one another to ride the best waves.

    I do think its interesting how surfing breeds this sort of egotistical pride, like "i got the best wave of the day" or "i am not telling anyone about this spot". Its undeniably part of our sport, and i'm as guilty as the next person in wanting someone to take my photo or whatever. It seems as though when you are out there riding with people you know and respect then this nature diminishes and whether you are riding a surfboard, bodyboard, or a mcdonalds tray it doesn't really matter.

    shut it sklut

  10. #10
    Join Date
    Jun 2008
    Location
    Central, NJ
    Posts
    1,082
    Images
    27
    Quote Originally Posted by Swellinfo View Post
    whether you are riding a surfboard, bodyboard, or a mcdonalds tray it doesn't really matter.
    LOLLLLLLLLLLLL! Is a McDonald's tray possible?!

    But yeah, even though this will never happen, everyone needs to realize that we are all doing the same thing... 'Surfing'. Enjoy yourself and move on...