tumbling and such

Posted in Uncategorized on June 6, 2015 by SLUDGE SODA

Can’t confirm what’s written below here, but I know what’s written here, nahmean?

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Cuz, summer 2015 is just a continuation of summer 2012.

making friends part 2

Posted in Current Events Class on July 10, 2012 by SLUDGE SODA

Finally got the nod of approval from this duppah.
This is the summer look, for the black trench coat gets a little toasty in the heat.

Name was not understood.
But certain we’ll be bumpin knuckles on a daily basis from here on out.

Stay tuned.

Atl-iens Norte by East

Posted in Trippin` on July 8, 2012 by SLUDGE SODA

Drawn to that right coast like a club to a baby seal’s head.

making friends part 1

Posted in diatribe on July 4, 2012 by SLUDGE SODA

Timeless advice for the imperialistically minded surf tourist.
 
1.       Paddle out in a group; it can be lonely taking 1ft sets on the head all by your lonesome.
2.       Paddle directly to the peak; what’s the point of falling into rotation when you are marginally more skilled than the rest?
3.       Paddle for every, single, solitary bump that crosses your radar; gotta attain your quota somehow.
4.       Back paddle others to get behind un-makeable sections; this shows your commitment to CHARGING! Bro.
5.       Talk loud amongst your group; locals should be able to learn from your subtle pillaging.

the underground

Posted in Current Events Class on July 1, 2012 by SLUDGE SODA

stringer-less quad fin arrangement for the 5-0 roi des belges.
will it work?
don’t they all?

nev and two priceless guava’s getting some life support.
if i owned an apron, maybe marty would let me use the drill.

it no flat no mo

Posted in Timely on June 27, 2012 by SLUDGE SODA

Surfers of fortune “discovered” that the wave has begun its merry churn towards delightfully rippable. Unfortunately, it will take a lot of rope trimming and hedge shaping to prevent it from another slide to pancake status. Tough work for the tradesmen, but it can be rewarding, especially for the community. And you! Yeah you. You are aware the rope was 100% responsible for the disappearance of the wave? Paddling can be an asset in surfing, I’ve heard, and the best tip for catching this habitat 67 static wave; “fish oil second only to duck when it comes to wave slithering.” Line up to get down, yo.

A slight rehash of the 7am wave report:
Bird Rage: 7/10 – the chicks musta hatched, not a single talon-to-scalp strike.
Water Quality: 2/10 – full on garbage soup with a hint of rotten onion.
Crowd: 10/10 – champagne, cocaine and peelers, for it was a celebration.
Wave: 9/10 – shake it if you’ve got it.

stacks on deck; patron on ice; we can pop bottles all night

“It’s like a time warp out there!”

Posted in Current Events Class on June 26, 2012 by SLUDGE SODA


Very little remembered, so let’s just sing along to some classics.

“Cuz uncle sam aint the baker, he’s the butcher.
An’ we’re all on punk’d with no Ashton Kutcher.”

“Que tes mains – frolet mes seins. Et mon Coeur, qui est le tien.
Mon amour. De toujours – Patience, Le Decadanse.”

“I’m going down. My nose is in the sand.
I’m going down, down baby. My nose is in the sand.
A cloud of dust just came over me and I think I’m drowning on dry land.”

“Shake your head it’s empty”