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Beach Boy surfing

Beach Boy surfing
 n.— «This is a relatively new form of surfing, a Laird Hamilton creation. It has not officially been given a name but is currently referred to as “Beach Boy Surfing” though “oar surfing” and “oar hoar” are gaining popularity. It is a type of surfing where you standup and paddle with a long oar on a surfboard. » —“Postcard from Maui—No. 3″ by Carme and Leland in Maui, Hawaii Deep Fried (Aotearoa, New Zealand) June 27, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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