NOT AFFLIATED WITH THE SAN ONOFRE SURF/SURFING CLUB
.My dear Mr.Sydney, why do you want to hoodwink us. That is not Seal Beach. We are not fools.
My dear Mr.Sydney, why do you want to hoodwink us. That is not Seal Beach. We are not fools.
My dear Mr.Sydney, why are you trying to hoodwink us. That is not Seal Beach. We are not fools.
Yeah, what he said.
Okay Stumble, Fumble, Bumble, and Anonymous, if it's not Seal beach, where is it?
Do we see a Sweeper in the water?
They found the sweeper dead on the beach with his paddle so far up his ass it was coming out of his mouth.
Holy crapp Laird, it sure sounds gruesome, don't it?
Please Mr.Sydney, don't give us photos of Newport's Wedge, pawning it of as Seal Beach. L ike those readers say, "We are not fools".
Wan2bee Laird, you are one sink dude. Could be Sweeper has a family. Did you ever think about that?
Hoodwinked: The Wedge doesn't have an oil derrick offshore. Pier was closed because the wave were so big... nice photos...
Hey Local, this is an Old 'Nofre Blog. We don't know nothing about no Wedge. Btw, Local why do they call Seal Beach Seal Beach? There ain't no seals there, anyways.
Old 'Nofre Member: True it's rare to see a seal there, although you can see one every day as a statue of "Slick" the seal at the foot of the pier. Really it should be called "Sting Ray Bay" since the warm waters draw the "barb"arous creatures there.
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