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RE: surfing Bermuda« on: October 16 2005 18:10:00 »
never been, never want to go either
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #1 on: October 17 2005 20:10:00 »
Mac: Then don't bother posting anything. This is for people who are really interested! No offense...stay home!
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #2 on: October 19 2005 12:10:00 »
Geez, why is everyone getting their knickers in such a knot. Chill brothers. Surf on!
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #3 on: October 20 2005 09:10:00 »
I've been afraid to tell anyone this because I don't think anyone will believe me. A few weeks ago I was on Elbow hitting the pipe. I was down to my last two chunks after a long night. Do you know those messed up hampster things in the Quiznos Sub commercials? The ones that sing "we love the subs." Anyway, they appeared on my volley ball and the bastards took my last two chunks. They appeared and were hovering around. I rubbed my eyes in disbelief. Then they started singing, "we love the crack, we steal your crack." Then they disappeared along with my last two chunks. The next day I called Quiznos main headquarters and demanded that they get my rocks back from those little bastards. The lady I talked to thought I was insane, but I'm not. I'm really not.
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #4 on: October 29 2005 16:10:00 »
Hey CPA, are you freakin off your tits or what? This is a surfing forum for surfers in Bermuda, not for crack heads. Get a life man!
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #5 on: November 14 2005 19:11:00 »
Ok I won't give away too many more secrets, however be stoked cause their may be some life for us surfers later this week or possibly weekend. Check south shore...hopefully we'll get something fun to ride
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #6 on: November 17 2005 14:11:00 »
I'm up for it First Local! I'm studying for my CA, hitting volley ball and the pipe while trying to avoid my girlfriend. She wants me in St. B!! It's gonna be tight but I'm ready for the water.
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #7 on: November 20 2005 17:11:00 »
Hey First Local, please contact me. I would like to chat with you offline about the local conditions and forecasts. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
RE: surfing Bermuda« Reply #8 on: November 24 2005 13:11:00 »
For Bermuda's surfing becoming more popluar, user friendly, I offer this. Surfing is gaining too much popularity these days. Movies, commercials - it's everywhere. That's where I can help. Surfing's Jeff Spicoli stoner image isn't doing the job of keeping the mainstream masses away anymore. It's time for a new icon - the basehead degenerate surfer. The public needs to view surfers as a bunch of rock smoking, car vandalizing, thieving predators. Little Johnny's mother won't let him pick up a stick because he'll turn into a ready rock loving fool who surfs all day and hits the pipe at night while preying on SUV's to support their habits. The time has come. Do your part. Keep surfing underground.
north rock breaks?!« Reply #9 on: November 26 2005 10:11:00 »
all right hamilton!
i just came back from the north shore in hawaii (i only surfed sunset when it was small, but got to watch pipe go off when it got really big) and I really want to surf out to the north (from eastern blue cut to north rock) when i get home for christmas break. how shallow is it out there? i would imagine a heavy wave when the swell is in. lots of exploration out there i reckon