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Discussion in 'Mid Atlantic' started by xgen70, Oct 29, 2012.
we are talking about TODAY not a practice session.
Haha this thread is awesome now that steeeez has joined
then you can't read. I already said I know today required a jetski.
thanks I love you
1.You have a nickname for your screen name. No screen name here pal you know exactly who you are talking to.. Who are you and where did you become " a real surfer"?
2. Not dropping the name just presenting a fact that kelly was stepping today in florida.
3. Ignorant? why is my stereotype spot on?
4. Ya, Some of my great friends are in that surf club. What's " badass" about that?
I hear ya man. It does make me out to sound like a person that I'm not. I'm humble and just love to surf.. I can't help to get fired up and stir the pot on these forums. Your advice is taken. Thanks man. Time to focus on day 2 of the frankenstorm
please dont act like you name dropped da hui to not sound tough and badass
I know right? Then he talks about how he really is humble. Yeah, news flash: humble people don't have to tell others that they are humble.
And he also admitted to stereotyping. Yeah, every surfer from CA definitely wears tight jeans and listens to Skrillex.
Showing some true class there, bud.
Oteezy = kook.
That is all.
Saw some pics of some guys paddling out in Ocean City MD today - unbelievable! Watch out Laird Hamilton!!
I'm giving big points to the tow in guys! Yep, some people have no idea what it's like surfing in storm surf.
These guys made my day seeing these pics at the end of the day all these fu kers on here are for the most part kooks who float in your way anyway.
...said a kook
At 2:43, what was the Coast Guard called out for? Was that a surfer rescue??
...but, in their defense, some of the pics I've seen from this storm were legit double to triple overhead with heavy sideshore winds. Not so easy to paddle into those when your biggest board is a 6'6" and you're out of shape from months of flatness.
raven, colin and crew: you guys killed it today. i know i will never paddle, step off, or tow-in to waves of that size ever, its not my style. but that was epic. haters will always hate. people who know you, know that you truly are humble. thanks for keeping us entertained through this crazy storm. can't wait to see the footage. keep charging!
Go away, kook, far far far away. Maybe Iowa.