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Topic: surfing in hawaii first timers

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replies: 117

By:

hafa1

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Hawaii Hawaii

 

RE: surfing in hawaii first timers

« on: October 12 2005 01:10:00 »

Guys like Puna speak only one language - "2x4"...that's why I always carry one....grow up surfer dude!!!

By:

Puna

RE: surfing in hawaii first timers

« Reply #1 on: October 13 2005 23:10:00 »

Hey anyone can come just watch the beaches and yeah try to stay out of the way

By:

aubs

RE: surfing in hawaii first timers

« Reply #2 on: October 16 2005 09:10:00 »

fair enough

By:

local

RE: surfing in hawaii first timers

« Reply #3 on: October 17 2005 08:10:00 »

hit up north shore oahu babe it's awsome. go alittle before 10am and there won't be that many ppl there yet. it's great to surf it up there. DON'T CUT PPL OFF WHEN THERE SURFING.
i HATE it when ppl do that.
from local ppls
mahalo

By:

local

RE: surfing in hawaii first timers

« Reply #4 on: October 17 2005 08:10:00 »

hit up north shore oahu babe it's awsome. go alittle before 10am and there won't be that many ppl there yet. it's great to surf it up there. DON'T CUT PPL OFF WHEN THERE SURFING.
i HATE it when ppl do that.
from local ppls

By:

aubs

RE: surfing in hawaii first timers

« Reply #5 on: October 17 2005 21:10:00 »

haha ok thx man. Actually as a girl im a little scared to go out there on my own but... mmm well is it safe? lol i dont want to bring a whole bunch of girls and then get in fights and have to drag there asses out of the water to keep them from cutting ppl off.... so.. is it safe for one girl or what?

By:

Puna

RE: surfing in hawaii first timers

« Reply #6 on: October 17 2005 23:10:00 »

Well most of the time you won't have any problems with anyone but the perv ice heads up there, if you can surf.  It depends cause if you follow all the rules and don't drop in on guys than yeah.  But if your like the tipical surfer chick for example drop in on everyone just cause your pretty, and think they'll cut you slack.  Wrong some guys will but I can guarantee that most of the guys like me will get pissed and tell you so-lol.  Out here it's basically survival of the fitest or at least the most skilled.

By:

aubs

RE: surfing in hawaii first timers

« Reply #7 on: October 19 2005 17:10:00 »

im not really good at cutting people off and my momma taught me to only cut off people i can beat up.:P lol so u dont have to worry on that one... im not oging to get broken bones, maybe next time but not this time.

By:

jdog

RE: surfing in hawaii first timers

« Reply #8 on: October 22 2005 16:10:00 »

Hey Puna I agree; I am trying to get off and as far away from the hassels of land whene I get in the water. So it is dissapointing to me whene people bring there land based emotional garbage surfing with them, local and visitor alike. The ocean and surfing should be used as a place to unite not divide and intimidate. Waves are not owned by anyone, each one is a unique creation, a blank canvas given by god. So by laying false possesion to waves through fear and violence you recieve empty rewards. Besides, if anyone seems to think "thier wave" is too crowded needs to be more introspective and realize they are running with the pack. Instead of complaining, challenge yourself to find a new wave, or use new equipment that will allow you to regain that solitude you talk about so often.

By:

Southside

RE: surfing in hawaii first timers

« Reply #9 on: November 03 2005 16:11:00 »

locals rule whatevers...........all depends on WHO you know......even a lil ole whitie like me out with the right local can basically surf anywhere....spent 15 years of Maui and never a problem.......yes alot of loud mouth gang mentaility but get em one on one and a totally different attitude...and besides you dont have a be Hawaiian or local to practice the spirit of aloha


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