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  1. Robstafarian is offline
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    I have always loved the beauty of waves, but someone with my balance issues and lack of swimming ability needs to surf about as much as a hemophiliac needs to shave with a straight razor.

    Thanks, Pat, for always delivering pictures of supremely attractive women.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robstafarian View Post
    I have always loved the beauty of waves, but someone with my balance issues and lack of swimming ability needs to surf about as much as a hemophiliac needs to shave with a straight razor.

    Thanks, Pat, for always delivering pictures of supremely attractive women.
    Keala Kennely, female surfer from Kauai just suffered massive head trauma in Tahiti in fairly small waves.

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    Brazillian Maya Gabeira

    was smashed to the point of bleeding eyes and ears while foaming at the mouth just days ago.

    Both girls are firmly on the road to recovery,





    ...and crushing the dreams of mortal men who believe that they could tame such women.
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    @RockApe. West Cork is the best kept surfing secret in Europe (oops, just let the cat out of the bag). Close to UK, locals speak english, mostly, and Stout.

    A bit nippy and you cant carry a gun around (unless skeet surfing), but if it makes you feel more at home I could take a few pot shots at you.

    The girls are just as hot


    And nobody drives on the wrong side of the road, except 'merican tourists

    Think about it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChenPengFi View Post
    Keala Kennely, female surfer from Kauai just suffered massive head trauma in Tahiti in fairly small waves.
    Surfing is dangerous. Even on small waves. My brother was coming in at Velzyland (very shallow reef), lying prone riding small soup and next thing he was coming to in the water after a KO with massive head bleeding. No memory, all he could figure was he pearled and smacked coral. Dr. said a little harder hit and he'd have drowned.
    "Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
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    Quote Originally Posted by patfromlogan View Post
    Surfing is dangerous. Even on small waves. My brother was coming in at Velzyland (very shallow reef), lying prone riding small soup and next thing he was coming to in the water after a KO with massive head bleeding. No memory, all he could figure was he pearled and smacked coral. Dr. said a little harder hit and he'd have drowned.

    That reef is sharp and shallow! I've been smeared on the Pipeline reef like peanut butter and suffered only bumps and scrapes etc. as it's fairly smooth.
    V-land is like a pile of broken glass, i sliced my hand open there by just grazing the reef while paddling.
    Rocky rights is also very shallow, i always see people get hurt there.

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    I'm dirtily jealous. I go to Cornwall about half a dozen times a year and Portugal at least once and that's as much blue as I get. It's a shame as it's a beautiful, beautiful sport.

    I learnt by riding soup on a body board when I wad a kid and it's a great way to get started. I've still got my monsterous 9ft soft top I got as a beginners board which you could actually stand up on in the swell it was so big.

    Arrrgh I'm not going down until Nov and these pics aren't helping me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by doofaloofa View Post
    @RockApe. West Cork is the best kept surfing secret in Europe (oops, just let the cat out of the bag). Close to UK, locals speak english, mostly, and Stout.

    A bit nippy and you cant carry a gun around (unless skeet surfing), but if it makes you feel more at home I could take a few pot shots at you.

    The girls are just as hot


    And nobody drives on the wrong side of the road, except 'merican tourists

    Think about it!
    I thought Miltown Malbay was the surfing hotspot of Ireland?! My surf rat of a brother in law was amused no end that there was a Billabong store there.

    Co. Clare FTW!
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    I was at South Padre Island in south Texas last week and the waves were rolling in about six inches high. There were a couple that may have been eight inches high. It was still the beach though and the water felt great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cualltaigh View Post
    I thought Miltown Malbay was the surfing hotspot of Ireland?! My surf rat of a brother in law was amused no end that there was a Billabong store there.

    Co. Clare FTW!
    Clare folk are crap at keeping secrets. West Cork people now...! Inshedonney and its sourounding strands are reputed to be excellent surfing

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom .C View Post
    I was at South Padre Island in south Texas last week and the waves were rolling in about six inches high. There were a couple that may have been eight inches high. It was still the beach though and the water felt great.
    I thought everything in Texas was bigger?
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    Surfing's good fun and all that....but real men windsurf.
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