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Australian Localism« on: March 30 2008 20:03:00 »
This is my first time in Australia, I'm from England and it seems that localism can get pretty heavy out here. Is there any particular etiquette i should observe? I just want to surf some nice spots, don't want to cause any hassle?
RE: Australian Localism« Reply #2 on: March 31 2008 10:03:00 »
I'll also tell ya Em, try to find other chicks or guys who are surfing about the same level as you are, i dunno if your a beginner a trimmer or grabbing serious rail, hook up with them while your in the water or on the beach or in the car park.. any decent Aussie will be happy to show you the ropes, so you don't get in trouble.. good luck & enjoy the best country on the planet !
RE: Australian Localism« Reply #3 on: April 01 2008 03:04:00 »
Don't worry too much about it Emma.
Just paddle out, smile and the boys will tell you if you do wrong.
If you are lovely to look at there will be no problems at all.
RE: Australian Localism« Reply #4 on: April 01 2008 07:04:00 »
wow- go see clear racism with da bra boiz- give me a break and go back to your caves
RE: Australian Localism« Reply #5 on: April 01 2008 09:04:00 »
wow gnat go see back him your engrish teasher for get right galaxy.. freakin jerk !!