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Topic: Newfoundland
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Topic: Newfoundland
Views: 71304 Replies: 160

By:

AL

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RE: Newfoundland

that's good idea but Kitesurfing is not that easy to do if you don't know how or have someone to teach you.

By:

durk

RE: Newfoundland

Oh your a gayboarder, do you do those cute little spins in the air.  The twirly kind.

By:

Gander

RE: Newfoundland

I am interested, kitesurfing?? i saw a video online and is i am on it.

By:

Joe

RE: Newfoundland

the durk guy, he really is a durk, jejejejejejejejeje.

bye bye durk, jejejejejejejejejejejejjjjjejejejejejejejejej

By:

Free advertising

RE: Newfoundland

I guess your gayboarding buisness does not have enough money to advertise so you had to resort the a sh*** web site like this.  Oh an by the way your welcome for the free addvertising.

By:

BIG J

RE: Newfoundland

jejejeje


they are so stupid!!!! they all got mad bc something else is kicking ass.

all this water sports guys have no brains, jejejjejejejje, they dont even get along between them.
hey JOe, still up the trip tomorrow?

By:

JOe

RE: Newfoundland

indeed,

who do think is more stupid, the surfer or the other bunch?

By:

newBEE

RE: Newfoundland

very intersted in surfing, always have been, but i have found it hard to get a board localy, i was wonder if anyone had a board for sale? also for a beginner what size board would you recommend for newfoundland conditions?

By:

VC

RE: Newfoundland

it depends on you stature and weight, in NL there are small size waves, so around 6,3 or 6'6 maybe bigger, for learning and small waves the bigger the better.

cheers.

By:

Barock

RE: Newfoundland

WTF- what type of greektard, VC Viet Cong answer is that- "2' waves are bigger than 1' waves, so 7' is gunnier that pin-tails??"......help! Could global place a retard meter to appraise potential input? It would legitimize the intellectuals on this site.


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