No that's not all they need. They also need to have a tow rope going back so you can practice jumping waves while your going back to the starting position. And the sound system to plug in your mp3 player to. Yeah, they totally messed that wave pool upBille wrote:I agree !!plummet wrote: ...
It is an awesome wave. But its too small to be dubbed "the perfect wave". Double the size then it would be.
And to make it even Better :
How about enclosing it with walls, with heated water, so the wave can be ridden ,
(comfortably -- with No wetsuit) while it's snowing outside ?
Are you joking, or just not "riding" waves yourself ?plummet wrote:It is an awesome wave. But its too small to be dubbed "the perfect wave". Double the size then it would be.knotwindy wrote:a guy makes one of the cleanest waves ever, with almost no paddelling necessary, and all you can say is BIGGER?plummet wrote:Awesome. But needs to be double the size!
are you sure you are not from the USA?
Chemo this is your biggest fan. Always glad when you bust out some commentary. Plummet you are a world class idiot. Kelly, job well done.chemosavi wrote:..
I think you're being facetious Bille...
Don't care what anybody says. The amount effort required to make this happen and happen so well (even if it isn't Disneyland size) is over the top, no matter whether it's a surfing God or an Arabian mullah or a Central Valley fruit picker.
Just incredible. People critizing it puts on new level on armchair idiocy wannabe big shots in my Gideon's revisited 2nd edition bible.
Tell chemo --- i wasn't being facetious ; and i left , part of it out :windrupted wrote: ...
Chemo this is your biggest fan. Always glad when you bust out some commentary. Plummet you are a world class idiot. Kelly, job well done.
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