Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby goose_1989 » Thu Dec 17, 2009 10:50 am

sidneysnake wrote:Funniest post thread has to go to Militia for the "Dog and condoms" thread. Had me in tears.



more importantly, that thread wins easily.
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby shackattack2 » Thu Dec 17, 2009 11:10 am

goose_1989 wrote:sidneysnake wrote:
Funniest post thread has to go to Militia for the "Dog and condoms" thread. Had me in tears.


Yep. That was hilarious
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby danny1 » Thu Dec 17, 2009 11:26 am

some of mattlemop comments
Mattylmnop wrote:ken bradshow has a head like a shoe box.

Mattylmnop wrote:As my father says " You never knar your luck in a big city on a dark neet".


Mattylmnop wrote:I'd live out of a bush at lennox point and eat insects if i could, bumming wax off the local rippers and nicking boards that get washed in down the point. Naked... constantly. I dont agree with this whole economic infrastructure we've created for humanity. Working and that. Awful. But i am just one man and short of throwing my television out the window what can i do?!



Mattylmnop wrote:Surfed a left reef the other weekend, got caught inside and for the first time actually grasped onto the reef as a set did its best to suck me dry. Fucking worked like. I felt like a right bloke. The board however, on its own. That fucking rustys bullet proof like, its rejected all dings in its 8 month carear and has taken me to places i thought only possible in sexual possitions. Fuck its even rejected the fanning tail pad, i'll keep her sweet and get her a new dress like, cos it would be insulting to such a glorious shape to have a half ripped tail pad. She looks like a cheap whore, and i refuse to be the cunt with the tatty old board. That shit just dont fly with me.

On another note, anyone watch hill street blues? Now thats a bow chikka wow wow 70's cop show. After watching a black pimp take a truncheon to the lower abdomen, i couldnt help but crease up in amusement at his reaction ''god damn man thats bogus! i know my rights". Thats soon to be echoed across the beaches of the north east next time im dropped in on.


more from thnis torturod genius here....

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PS isnt it fuinny diggin gup old posts.... good to see know one really changes! this is kinda making me nostalgic for some very strange reason...here we are on line and i have known some of these people for like 7 years but never met...feels weird...who wants to come to my wedding?
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby Leedsol » Thu Dec 17, 2009 5:01 pm

Boldest statement then quick retreat thread of the year: viewtopic.php?f=20&t=16531
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby Black » Thu Dec 17, 2009 5:55 pm

stephh wrote:Surely there is a Faffanator thread that merits some kind of award?
Unfortunately it got deleted (for which I am personally grateful as I posted something pretty awful but now forgotten) but it would get an award for abuse certainly.
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby new_tangled » Thu Dec 17, 2009 10:45 pm

Smuggest Thread nomination

http://magicseaweed.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=15643&start=60&hilit=suicide

Beardy wrote:Nonsense, I owned and lived in a three storey house in luxury on the waterfront at one of the world's best pointbreaks prior to doing it rough and tough, and didn't find that the supposed 'comedown' was a comedown at all in fact it was educational, fun, and liberating.

We lost everything we had except the clothes we stood up in a few years later. .. we didn't even have a bus to live in. . . and we stil enjoyed life and used the intelligence God gave us to think of solutions to the little problems that came up

Perhaps some of the weak ones who end their lives over physical possessions could get some inspiration to carry on from stories of doing it tough. . . . rather than bleating on about how tragic it all is.

You know what I mean. . . tell 'em to Harden The F*uck UP !!

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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby J L » Thu Dec 17, 2009 10:48 pm

Goose, you are one funny fucker :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby Squelchy » Thu Dec 17, 2009 11:27 pm

most annoying spammer award?
uggboots or that bloke that posted millions of porn links :roll:
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby danny1 » Fri Dec 18, 2009 8:00 am

new_tangled wrote:Smuggest Thread nomination

http://magicseaweed.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=15643&start=60&hilit=suicide

Beardy wrote:Nonsense, I owned and lived in a three storey house in luxury on the waterfront at one of the world's best pointbreaks prior to doing it rough and tough, and didn't find that the supposed 'comedown' was a comedown at all in fact it was educational, fun, and liberating.

We lost everything we had except the clothes we stood up in a few years later. .. we didn't even have a bus to live in. . . and we stil enjoyed life and used the intelligence God gave us to think of solutions to the little problems that came up

Perhaps some of the weak ones who end their lives over physical possessions could get some inspiration to carry on from stories of doing it tough. . . . rather than bleating on about how tragic it all is.

You know what I mean. . . tell 'em to Harden The F*uck UP !!

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is that from Roy? he is such a wanker.
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby Chris F » Fri Dec 18, 2009 8:14 am

goose_1989 wrote:
sidneysnake wrote:Funniest post thread has to go to Militia for the "Dog and condoms" thread. Had me in tears.



more importantly, that thread wins easily.


Fucking hilarious, shame it was copied from elsewhere.
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby RoyStewart » Fri Dec 18, 2009 8:42 am

danny1 wrote:
new_tangled wrote:Smuggest Thread nomination

http://magicseaweed.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=15643&start=60&hilit=suicide

Beardy wrote:Nonsense, I owned and lived in a three storey house in luxury on the waterfront at one of the world's best pointbreaks prior to doing it rough and tough, and didn't find that the supposed 'comedown' was a comedown at all in fact it was educational, fun, and liberating.

We lost everything we had except the clothes we stood up in a few years later. .. we didn't even have a bus to live in. . . and we stil enjoyed life and used the intelligence God gave us to think of solutions to the little problems that came up

Perhaps some of the weak ones who end their lives over physical possessions could get some inspiration to carry on from stories of doing it tough. . . . rather than bleating on about how tragic it all is.

You know what I mean. . . tell 'em to Harden The F*uck UP !!

:withstupid:


is that from Roy? .




Yes it was from Roy and it made pretty good sense :P


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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby ryan3 » Fri Dec 18, 2009 8:43 am

Chris F wrote:
goose_1989 wrote:
sidneysnake wrote:Funniest post thread has to go to Militia for the "Dog and condoms" thread. Had me in tears.



more importantly, that thread wins easily.


Fucking hilarious, shame it was copied from elsewhere.



I pm'd him suggesting that. Says it's real.
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby Back to Top » Fri Dec 18, 2009 8:52 am

Chris F wrote:
goose_1989 wrote:
sidneysnake wrote:Funniest post thread has to go to Militia for the "Dog and condoms" thread. Had me in tears.



more importantly, that thread wins easily.


Fucking hilarious, shame it was copied from elsewhere.


My bit was true.?.
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby Chris F » Fri Dec 18, 2009 9:33 am

It may be, but it is militia's bit that everyone is referring to.
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby goose_1989 » Fri Dec 18, 2009 10:48 am

Anyway, Back to the threads purpose.

Knife fighting anyone?

thedeadly wrote:JLC - when you take a knife fight apart step by step or look at an insecure knife weilding maniac step by step - then learn the 17 movements and that is all there is in kifefighting then you may start to understand - your problem is that you just see the whole mess in one go , you hear the music but cant differentiate the seperate notes that make it up so it just looks impossible

matteboy - my preferred method to disarm - depending on the type of attack is to block and then dislocate the offending arm at the shoulder - there's another way for the ones that can't be blocked karate style and that is to divert the weapon then "shock" or if you have a knife too to cut the bicep - therefore denying that arms use - will show you when you move down here - what katas did you do - did you do the pinan ones




Matteeboy wrote:JLC - Why oh why do you persist in thinking having a weapon is some ticket to invincibility you total spacker?

E.g. I'd actually RATHER fight someone armed with a baseball bat than bare hands as they are not only piss easy to disarm, they are also utterly stupid.

Yes, knives are tricky and I'd only resort to disarming if I really couldn't get away but there ARE physics involved and genuine understanding of motion and body movement - With a bat, you just get inside them, with a knife you need to grab and preferably break the knife holding hand (or disable it).
If the knife holder is holding it in his front hand, chances are he'll be easy to overcome.

Some twat holding half a brick is hardly likely to be the pinnacle of fighting prowess.
This is NOT just from a dojo, it's from real life too - That's why martial arts mags have so many "real fighting" programs because they realise the dynamics of a "street fight" are completely different from those in a controlled situation.

I've done plenty of both - Doesn't make me a hard man -Just makes me more aware and raises the odds a little in my favour.

There we are, a free lesson in ninjery just for you JLC.Yer Kunt. :lol:



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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby Chris F » Fri Dec 18, 2009 10:55 am

What do you think weeders look like?

viewtopic.php?f=9&t=15194&hilit=Captain+Hands&start=30

And Captain Hands for the most amusing comedy persona by another poster

And RockHard for the lamest persona.
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby Archy_is_God » Fri Dec 18, 2009 11:10 am

goose_1989 wrote:Anyway, Back to the threads purpose.

Knife fighting anyone?

thedeadly wrote:JLC - when you take a knife fight apart step by step or look at an insecure knife weilding maniac step by step - then learn the 17 movements and that is all there is in kifefighting then you may start to understand - your problem is that you just see the whole mess in one go , you hear the music but cant differentiate the seperate notes that make it up so it just looks impossible

matteboy - my preferred method to disarm - depending on the type of attack is to block and then dislocate the offending arm at the shoulder - there's another way for the ones that can't be blocked karate style and that is to divert the weapon then "shock" or if you have a knife too to cut the bicep - therefore denying that arms use - will show you when you move down here - what katas did you do - did you do the pinan ones




Matteeboy wrote:JLC - Why oh why do you persist in thinking having a weapon is some ticket to invincibility you total spacker?

E.g. I'd actually RATHER fight someone armed with a baseball bat than bare hands as they are not only piss easy to disarm, they are also utterly stupid.

Yes, knives are tricky and I'd only resort to disarming if I really couldn't get away but there ARE physics involved and genuine understanding of motion and body movement - With a bat, you just get inside them, with a knife you need to grab and preferably break the knife holding hand (or disable it).
If the knife holder is holding it in his front hand, chances are he'll be easy to overcome.

Some twat holding half a brick is hardly likely to be the pinnacle of fighting prowess.
This is NOT just from a dojo, it's from real life too - That's why martial arts mags have so many "real fighting" programs because they realise the dynamics of a "street fight" are completely different from those in a controlled situation.

I've done plenty of both - Doesn't make me a hard man -Just makes me more aware and raises the odds a little in my favour.

There we are, a free lesson in ninjery just for you JLC.Yer Kunt. :lol:



viewtopic.php?f=9&t=4967&hilit=knife+fighting&start=90


Oh my hat, goose...

I'm stoked you can remember these gems. That one was almost painfully funnily :lol:
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby Archy_is_God » Fri Dec 18, 2009 11:23 am

How about the....

' Change the Record, you Misguided Plebian' Award

RoyStewart wrote:The video shows that the FP13 is smooth, easy to ride, and easy to turn, it's a thoroughbred...


RoyStewart wrote: The fact is that the design is much more capable of making waves than regular boards, we have proved this countless times in the water. You really don't know what you are looking at, or talking about. .


RoyStewart wrote:You are crazy it's obvious from the video that the board rides like a dream !


RoyStewart wrote: Shutup mountain man, as you will find out sooner or later our designs will do very well in big wave conditions


Ad infintum......

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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby Black » Fri Dec 18, 2009 6:23 pm

I'd like to nominate goose for the best forum awards nominator and also Research Don. To be reminded that these conversations were actually real has left me in titters.
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby ATTMFKH » Fri Dec 18, 2009 11:07 pm

Hey Goose - can you find that one of deadly offering Matty a square go..............................

Matty quote was : ' I'm off out dear' , 'Where are you off to'..........'I'm going to fight some guy off the Internet'.................'Oh. ok dear , see you later' :lol: :lol:
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby coxie » Fri Dec 18, 2009 11:44 pm

Is all the dove stuff still on here somewhere?
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby Monkey_Alan » Sat Dec 19, 2009 1:17 am

I would like to add my vote for the "Overall Winner" catagory for Mr Tootes and his brilliant "MSW Management Meeting caught on video" thread

Absolute fookin genius, it must have taken him weeks to complete, and if his missus didnt get bored and divorce him while he was working on it, he must be hung like a donkey :shock:
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby thedeadly » Sat Dec 19, 2009 6:51 am

Monkey_Alan wrote:I would like to add my vote for the "Overall Winner" catagory for Mr Tootes and his brilliant "MSW Management Meeting caught on video" thread

Absolute fookin genius, it must have taken him weeks to complete, and if his missus didnt get bored and divorce him while he was working on it, he must be hung like a donkey :shock:


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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby danny1 » Sat Dec 19, 2009 8:15 am

yep very funny
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby danny1 » Sat Dec 19, 2009 8:17 am

Biggest attention slut?
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby shackattack2 » Sat Dec 19, 2009 11:26 am

^^me me me me look at me its me!
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby goose_1989 » Sat Dec 19, 2009 11:59 am

ATTMFKH wrote:Hey Goose - can you find that one of deadly offering Matty a square go..............................

Matty quote was : ' I'm off out dear' , 'Where are you off to'..........'I'm going to fight some guy off the Internet'.................'Oh. ok dear , see you later' :lol: :lol:



viewtopic.php?f=4&t=7380&p=182469&hilit=internet#p182469




Matteeboy wrote:Okay let's put this into perspective.

The wife: "where are you off to Matt?"

Me: "To fight someone I have never met from the internet"

The wife: "I see. That sounds really sensible"

Sorry Deadly but this is an internet website. It's not real. It's just for fun.
I'm sorry you keep "losing" verbally but hey, you can always "train" to write properly someday.

I'll happily spar anyone - at a club, perhaps at home with a mate, anywhere. But someone who calls themself "Deadly" and witters on about being near invincible registers on my scale of interest somewhere near "getting hair permed"
If we meet one day I will say hello. Until then, I will keep my circle of MSW "buddies" to the real life people I have actually met.

Now stop acting like a four year old and grow up. It's embarrassing.




probably the funniest thing matteeboy ever posted, actually genius.


But then some more arguing later, matteeboy leaves forum forever (2007).

Matteeboy wrote:For the good of the forum, I'm off.
Deadly can't let it lie and is ruining a thread about this outstanding surf we are getting.

Cheerio all.
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby ATTMFKH » Sat Dec 19, 2009 9:54 pm

^^^ :lol: :lol: :lol: That's the one Goose.....cheers
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Re: Magicseaweed Forum awards of the Decade.

Postby thedeadly » Sun Dec 20, 2009 12:12 am

here's a little gem from Grizzly when we were having a little flat spell, before gooses time so he wont find any of these :-D

Grizzly wrote:Is it just me or is it looking a little bleak this week? :( So, I've taken matters into my own hands... After studying chaos theory, I have asked a Brazillian friend (that's a friend who lives in Brazil, not a friend who... never mind) to release a small trout into the sea just north of Rio. By my calculations, it'll be big wave gun time on Thursday... about eleven minutes to eight in the morning.
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