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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by jerseyplayerforever, Jul 17, 2013.
Love him or hate him, to it's their own.
jerseyplayer has just affirmed every single stereotype about his home state. I love this thread.
Says the guy from Maine.
Bruddah buoy, you windexing the walls in that glass house of yours? Howzit in the left lane going 50 in a 65mph zone mate??
Says the 31 year old grom.
Sorry dude. I couldn't resist.
33, but thanks for thinking of me Bromer Simpson. Awful sweet of ya!
We were talking about statehood and in a more global, societal, out of the water sense. Neither chronological nor mental age is applicable here. Either stay in proper context brah or I'll have to smack you up style wit ma overpriced 6'2 soft-top that I'm peddling used but at new prices.
And if that don't learn you good, Ima call in my ace PB&J to give you a lil "lesson" in how to get in and out of your wetsuit. That rubber won't soon have troubles fitting tightly after that.
I want to be a 31 y/o grom. I'd take that energy and lack of responsibility in a heart beat. I plan to never age...we'll see how that goes. I do take a daily vitamin....
I'm curious - aside from driving insanely slow and being super nice do people from Maine have a reputation?
33 Bromagnon man! It's a palindrome, get it right!!
Gromhood is so choice. I highly suggest it. You can swing it even if you've got big kid chores to do if you manage time properly.
Course you swamp monkeys got a rep. We forget bout you cats sometimes being tucked all the way up there in damn near Newfie, but shoots brah, we do keep you and the traits of your brothren in mind!!!
You lost me dude. After my "lesson," I'll send PJB your way so he can give you a "lesson" on how to use a leash. I know it looks complicated, but it will all make sense soon.
Onward with "statehood and in a more global, societal, out of the water sense." Whatever the **** that means.
So aggro!! Was parrying your jab into something comical and non-confrontational (aka: we on the same team, bru!) but looks like I'll have to go with McDonald's picture menu next time so it's comprehensible. Compre-what?!?!?! Buggah be speakin Mandarin!!!
Tanks for the PB&J gift card, but this primordial beast likes the naked feel of being leashless. You know I can't be caged!!
We prefer Swamp Donkey...Swamp Monkey is incredibly insulting.
Nothing "aggro" here, bro. I really didn't intend for my post to be recieved as a "jab." If you would like to use a picture menu, then please do so by all means. I usually have to break out the Hardcore Surfer's Dictionary to get through your posts anyway. Don't let that gift card go to waste!
I love Maine, feels like a different country. Some proper slabs there that I one day hope to ride.
We prefer Swamp Monkey down here bro! What the heck is so insulting?
Haha seldom you da man. There are some nice beaches and any deece waves at good beaches ought to be shredded. Maine doesn't get anything we don't in MA and often much less. But change of scenery is great and there's good scenery up there which includes the split tail. I'm down to charge Vacationland with you and hoping that your romanticism with the place brings mad swell!
Shoots bru! We good. The pitcha menu helps recovering word addicts like me cuz we can point and say "DAT one bro!" Where's this glossary you speak of? I get a kick out of pidgin and any other dialect (Massholes got our own too!! Trade?) for that matta and enjoy being in character. Kind of like Roy with steve83 and Chuck Taylor, but just the voices! Point me in the direction of that lil e-book so I can expand my words!!!
Heard that on the saving of the PB&J gift card. Dat buggah is a master of all trades and I'm sure there's myriad (Erock!!! My SAT verbal brah!!) pickles he can help a bro outta.
Thank you sir...for all of your viewing pleasure, enjoy(hope the link works).
This is very, very false. That large peninsula known as Cape Cod blocks a lot of S and SE swell from getting into most of Mass, the same swell can run right past the cape and light up central/northern (more like downeast) Maine, not so much Southern Maine, which is usually similar to MA (although it obviously wraps in a bit more on a S or SE). Some gem waves up there. And I've scored Maine well overhead when nowhere in Mass was above waist high.
So can someone answer a kayakers question? Is it surfing that makes such over opinionated and self fulfilling jerks out of people or is it that jerks make the better (more opinionated?) surfers? Just wondering, from the threads posted, especially ones like this, I really can't tell.
Sounds good Spicoli, maybe we could find that wave. A couple random thoughts...in my mid twenties i was in a bit of a wave riding hiatus. No need to go at length but we'll just say an attempt at domesticity got me down...plus I was lobstering so that was keeping me on the water. Either way, out on a boat w/ a good friend from downeast, on an otherwise calm day, and out of nowhere this 4 foot wave lurches up and starts breaking. A legit slab wave(i had been unaware of the slabby potential up north till then), I was instantaneously obsessed with finding and riding similar waves up there. Also looking at the depth reader thingy was nuts cuz we'd be in like thirty ft of water then all the sudden like 75-80.
Next point is unrelated, but in my last intraweb search for that video, I came across some classic commentary from our one and only SJB. Definitely him, classic stuff. SJB, you are the man. I think he may be the conductor.
Wil - Best cheeseburger I've ever eaten was in Fort Bragg. Some little place at the northern end of town on 1. Granted I had been camping for like a week eating the same basic foods, but man were those burgers good.
Separately, man, you're original. No one has ever stumbled on here opining about how opinionated various posters are. First off, this site has more than just surfers. There's also skimmers (Shawn, where are you, let's see some throwaway airs and shove-its), bodyboarders, and apparently we've got some kayakers on here. Second off, JUST STOP READING if the content frustrates you as such.
But that burger man. Gotta get up there and try it. It was this tiny like diner-style place. I feel like it must be recognizable to someone from the area.