Trouble in the Parking lot

Discussion in 'California North' started by knockohara, Feb 13, 2014.

  1. DawnPatrol321

    DawnPatrol321 Well-Known Member

    Mar 6, 2012
    I saw a dude back over his own board, pull forward a little, and back over it again, all because he was kooky, definitely that dudes fault for leaving behind ANY vehicle, protect your boards as if it's your new born baby, and they will last you a very long time. As for making someone pay for your ding, it will probably end up in a fight so you might as well just get down to bidness
     
  2. KillaKiel

    KillaKiel Well-Known Member

    837
    Feb 21, 2012
    Well done. I like this. Notice how the poster has set in motion what will incite the swellinfo riot of 2014. Everyone left chimes in...then he pulls a Triumph...and poops on them. I like this. Much more charasmatic than most. A wise man once stated "the jersey is strong in this one. I'd keep an eye on him."

    R.I.P. Busting airs
     

  3. worsey

    worsey Well-Known Member

    Oct 13, 2013
    i paid once...

    in a foreign country at a deserted beach i dinged a locals' board. there were about ten
    of them and just one gringo (me). good thing i brought my wallet….
     
  4. NJ glide

    NJ glide Well-Known Member

    867
    Jun 8, 2013
    Like 20 years ago when asbury park was still hood right up to the beach me and my friend were walking to the cars after a surf. We got there and he put his board in front of his car. As we were changing out of our wetsuits a local Mexican pimp approached him while his suit was around his knees and he could barely move. The Mexipimp whipped out a bunch of polaroids of his stable and it freaked out my friend so bad he dove in his car and drove away right over his board, wetsuit still around his knees. The board was ok but the fins broke off and there was a bit of tire mark on it. Still surfable though.
     
  5. sisurfdogg

    sisurfdogg Well-Known Member

    Jun 17, 2013
    "A dingo ate my baby!"
     
  6. misfit27

    misfit27 Well-Known Member

    155
    Dec 12, 2013
    Babies are way more fun to make than surfboards. Then again, I have 9 surfboards, and at my most recent count, no babies.
     
  7. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
    andy irons had his boards ran over by a camper with shane dorian behind the wheel in the "drive thru Australia".same scenario,left behind the camper,shane rolled over it.

    I wouldn't call a guy who misplaced a board a kook.he should've took better care,but I know the lane can be supercrowded and im suree the parking lot is the same.i guess u ran over someones board lol.iv had times I came out the water and wanted to snap my board in half,but then I think logically and avoid an unnessary trip to the shop
     
  8. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
    sometimes I feel bad for surfers because theres so many ways to get under their skin.thats why I never talk shyt to anyone on or near the beach lol...

    think about it.u piss some guy off then go in the water..

    this guy can
    a)steal ur stuff on the beach
    b)go break into ur car
    c)throw rocks at u when ur in the water.

    my buddy in Manasquan was telling me the other day he wants to wait til summer when all the kooks come invade his spot and hes gonna shoot everyone with paintballs who takes off on the wave.and knowing him he probably will,and hell probably go to jail.something about ocean county people,there missing a few screws in the head.out of all the places iv been in ocean county,all I can say is they have big mouths
     
  9. knockohara

    knockohara New Member

    2
    Feb 13, 2014
    I didnt ding this guys board, but i was in the car that did. He thought the driver was 100% at fault. Wouldnt claim any responsibility, and demanded 80 bucks for a repair. He got no money and had to deal with it. As we were awkwardly standing near this guy with his newly dinged glassed on twin fin, another local surfer said from his car nearby, "You shouldn't have to pay for that" to us. We didn't, and I don't think the driver was in the wrong.
     
  10. NJ glide

    NJ glide Well-Known Member

    867
    Jun 8, 2013
    Manasquan = Belmar
     
  11. NJ glide

    NJ glide Well-Known Member

    867
    Jun 8, 2013
    FYI Manasquan is in monmouth county.
     
  12. cepriano

    cepriano Well-Known Member

    Apr 20, 2012
    border lines mean nothing.u have the squan and on the opposite side is point,which is ocean county.i don't really spend time in Manasquan,but I been around brick/montoloking for some years now.i know a lot of ppl from point,some are cool,some are just rich morons.my old boss is from point,and he was a big time surfer in the 80s,and hes a d1ck.all I can say is they like to break balls
     
  13. margo

    margo Well-Known Member

    68
    Jun 25, 2013

    Good for you guys. Totally not your fault. Not that its an excuse but the guy may have just been so upset about dinging his board that he had a moment of being an irrational prick. Happens to us all at some point in life as much as we'd all hate to admit it.... On a side note a few years ago a kid badly dinged my brand new board and he was totally at fault. Without going overboard I let him know how pissed off I was and he offered to pay for the repair at the shop. I thought 'sure you will buddy' but I brought my board there and sure enough the kid paid for it! And this was not a minor ding at all either. Huge fin gouges on the rails and across the bottom of the board so it probably cost him some decent change. Everyone once in awhile people stand up and take responsibilty. Wish it was the case more often but it definitely does happen.
     
  14. wavehog1

    wavehog1 Well-Known Member

    382
    Sep 20, 2013
    Seriously...its the moron who left the board behind your car!

    Fully deserves it it they're that dumb!

    Survival of the fittest.....