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Post by Damage » Tue Apr 17, 2007 4:23 pm

ric_vidal wrote:older than most you gits :x
I thought I sensed a touch of senility!


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Post by Grooter » Tue Apr 17, 2007 4:32 pm

Clarky wrote:16. . . haha yeeee this thread makes me happy to be young :D
Aaah memories. I remember working shi.tty jobs at the age of 16 to save enough coin for the weekend to buy a slab, some smokes to get hammered and chase as much teenage tail as I could get my hands on.

Good times.

But I'm glad it's over now and I made it to 30. The realisation in my 20's that I had to actually

a) Graduate from uni
b) Find a job
c) Take some responsibility for my life and plunge to get a house
d) Find someone crazy enough to put up with my crap and marry me

was a process I don't want to repeat!

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Post by daryl » Tue Apr 17, 2007 4:50 pm


Does anybody know any good exercises to get back some strength? and not affect flexibility?

Get to paddle a lot!!

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Post by ric_vidal » Tue Apr 17, 2007 4:58 pm

Damage wrote:
ric_vidal wrote:older than most you gits :x
I thought I sensed a touch of senility!

Thought that said ‘sterility’ for a minute, must be going mad. :wink:

Thank you brain damage for your touching sentiments - no structural engineering work for you and no xmas card :D

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Post by Nick Carroll » Tue Apr 17, 2007 5:45 pm

ric_vidal wrote:Butts - I have officially given up surfing.
What a shame, just as I was starting again

Young and old Ireckon we can all agree, roll on Autumn! Come and kick our arses with some east swell gold!

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Post by munch » Tue Apr 17, 2007 5:59 pm

Nick Carroll wrote:
ric_vidal wrote:Butts - I have officially given up surfing.
What a shame, just as I was starting again
And here I was wondering why I could feel evil in the air and I was thinking it was the friday the 13th we just had :?
If it's well engineered it's beautiful .

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Post by smackthatlip » Tue Apr 17, 2007 6:55 pm

33 yrs young. :wink:

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Post by tootr » Tue Apr 17, 2007 7:14 pm


and the weekend gone reminds me of that classic saying,

"my mind is starting to write cheques my body can't cash"

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Post by puurri » Tue Apr 17, 2007 10:32 pm

salty wrote:...not too old for your daughter....

....and not too young for ya mum.


Mr T say:
"shoppin' wit da seniors card" :P :twisted:

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Post by grazza » Tue Apr 17, 2007 10:38 pm

Creeping up on the big 5-0. Still a proud (if increasingly inept) shortboarder.

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Post by FISH » Wed Apr 18, 2007 6:36 am

43 years young

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Post by kreepykrawly » Wed Apr 18, 2007 7:48 am

munch wrote: And here I was wondering why I could feel evil in the air and I was thinking it was the Friday the 13th we just had :?
I dont know if anyone else has experienced it...... but in the last week or so there has been a really weird cr-ppy vibe going on. Things are breaking, rego is due,overclocked my computer and fried it,arguing with Mrs kreepykrawly, a mate just got told he had 2 months to live,some idiot on e bay with zero feedback refused to buy my mobile phone blaming it on his 3 year old kid's bid, huntsmen spiders seem to be coming out of the walls ect ect ect ect ect.

I feel like locking myself in my room, painting the walls black and listening to Metallica.

and no Lic.I wasn't playing mind games. I misread the topic as being a question about our mental age. I placed Dinosaurs around 13 or 14 and Carolinas around 15 (on a good day).

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Post by barstardos » Wed Apr 18, 2007 8:58 am

So Fong and Puuri know this - maybe this time of year we should look at the indicator species like the countrymen do.
When the huntsmen spiders are coming out of the walls it is the time for long range east swells to be brewing.
Nick are you back on board again? Autum is a bad time to be injured!

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Post by lambert » Wed Apr 18, 2007 10:12 am

kreepykrawly wrote:painting the walls black
add a dab of lavendar to your bath, you will soak yourself calm
:lol: :lol:
kreepykrawly wrote: and listening to Metallica.

i would suggest enya but she has unlocked un anforeseen ange ( :twisted: )r that shall forever be masked by manly rock music
kreepykrawly wrote:huntsmen spiders
my brothers ghetto house has just unleashed its fury on his rampant wall bashing by spawning a mini army of these bad boys, on thurs he was walking into the kitchen and there were these lil bastards falling out of the whole in the roof!!



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Post by Chop » Wed Apr 18, 2007 11:04 am

34 and supprised, when I was 20 I thought I would be dead by now.

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Post by papa » Wed Apr 18, 2007 11:09 am

I consider these ages to be quite old..

I didn't think that 35+ ages would use (or know how to use :lol: ) forums.

How ignorant I am! :cry:

Good to see you old blokes giving us young kids some good experience and stories etc...

(If you missed my first post, I am not a papa and I am 22.) :P

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