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because tri fins are dangerous…
Cause its not a quad, twin or bonzer.tri fins are far too main stream
cos the paint job is crap!fucking STARTREK spaceage bullshit,bet u wont post this……Best wishes from the UK
cos the paint job covers up all the mistakes,,,started of as a longboard ,
oh well paint n filler is awesome dude
oh well lets see,lets now make thrusters cool again?got loads of fin sets to use up….Did you know the PROS all ride thrusters?Go on be a PRO and ride a little potato chip thruster cosmic board,reminder to myselfhmmmdidnt miss anything did I?
captain kirk loves you jeff and his space spray 3 fin.
You forgot to mention that you are a wanker.
The UK??? What a joke. burn in hell
i agreejeffs a wanker!
Jeff’s got problems. Way too serious. ride whatever you want Jeff.
Lets send Jeff to space…..
I think Jeff must have had some really crappy boards shaped for him on the U. K. “cos the paint job covers up all the mistakes,,,” Or maybe he’s just angry about the shitty waves he’s getting in the U.K.
Its funny jp posted this board and then it sold an hour later its been in the shop since it opened lqtm
This board is 6’8″. It’s not chippy at all. It’s a bit fuller but not chunky. This isn’t something a young wannabee pro would ride, it was made for the adult who is bored with clear boards. Yes, it’s a tri-fin. Crazy I know. It has glass-on hexcore fins, so it’s a neat combo of old school and modern. Glassed with 1st quality materials, no second hand blanks allowed at Surfy Surfy. Visiting this blog and complaining about cosmic airbrushes is kinda weird considering it’s been a theme for 5 years here.
Jeff is a dick. Let’s move on. Beautiful board.
Is Jeff really being a dick though? What he actually said was so incomprehensible that I’m not sure he was even ripping on anything. At any rate, I have touched this board, and it is insane.
thanks for the love
look it up?
were all wankers away
LET ALL BE ANONYMOUS AND TAKE OURSELVES WAY TO SERIOUSLY!
Bet Jeff rides an SUP and a bobyboard!!!!!
wears 80s surf gear
and recycles his ear wax or traction…
Jeff loves cling ons
has sub intellect
and webbed feet
would really like to see a board with ET and Elliot riding through the Cosmos on and that way cool bmx shopping cart combo.
True beep beep, incomprehensible ramblings. Still a dick though.
I agree will all of the Anonymous’s. Anonymous’s united.
Jeffs been found
He lives in the wilderness eats beef jerky and loves his shotgun..drives a beat up pick up with a deer strapped to the bonnet.
No logos scare people.
Jeffie is the one who needs to look up the definition of irony. Lol.
IRONY: Ironic statements (verbal irony) often convey a meaning exactly opposite from their literal meaning.JEFF: babbling dickhead.
Why do the roastbeefs hate the cosmic spray so much?
Quote from The BBC;
Email this to a friend Printable versionWhy do the French call the British ‘the roast beefs’?
Insults written on a memorial to British war dead in a French cemetery have been deplored in France. One of the slogans used particularly stood out. So why do the French call the British “les rosbifs”?Calling someone a “roast beef” is a strange insult, although in its way not much stranger than calling someone a “frog”.
But the graffiti on the war memorial in Etaples, northern France, was clear: “Rosbeefs go home.”
The rest of what was written on the monument in the cemetery in Etaples – “Saddam will win and spill your blood”, “Dig up your rubbish, it is fouling our soil” – left no doubt about the attitudes of the graffitists.
But why should they have used the word “rosbeefs”? (The usual spelling for this particular French nick-name for the English is “rosbif” – the graffiti spelling is presumably an attempted translation.)
Rosbif has two distinct meanings, and only one of them is usually intended as an insult.
“Rosbifs became a mark of the Englishman as far as the French were concerned in the 18th Century, simply because it was a very popular way of cooking,” he says.
“That style began to apply to other meats cooked in the same way, so you would also have ‘rosbif de mouton’ and that sort of thing.”
By 1850, the phrase had been extended to mean Englishmen themselves. William Makepeace Thackeray wrote in The Virginians: “Only my white cockade and coat had saved me from the fate which the other canaille [rabble] of Rosbifs had deservedly met with.”
INSULTS, 1712-STYLENick Frog – DutchLouis Baboon – FrenchJohn Bull – EnglishSource: Low is the Bottomless Pit, ArbuthnotIn any case it is, despite the offensiveness of the war graves graffiti, generally a “pretty inoffensive insult”, says Mr Coates.
The heated argument between the UK and France over British beef, after France illegally maintained a ban on imports which the rest of the EU had lifted three years earlier, may have breathed new life into the insult.
“Rosbif” is a parallel insult to “frog”, in that many English see it as being only mildly offensive.
It would surprise many casual users of the “frog” insult to know, however, that it dates back to the 1300s, and originally applied to the Jesuits and the Dutch, long before it referred to the French.
“It only changed to the French when they became the national enemy of the English,” says Jonathon Green, author of the Cassell Dictionary of Slang.
But the world is full of national and racial insults based on what people eat, “gastro-nationalism” = “the benefit of several antagonistic worlds: not simply racial difference, but those ever-absorbing bones of contention, manners and taste”.
The Racial Slur database lists hundreds of such terms, including “locust eaters” for Afghans, “salmon crunchers” for Alaskans, and “goulash-heads” for Hungarians.
American use of the word “limey” as shorthand for British is another example, referring to the eating of limes by British sailors who were anxious to avoid scurvy.
Some people don’t understand what blogs are. Who cares if you don’t like the content presented? That is not the point of a blog.
A blog (a blend of the term web log) is a type of website or part of a website. Blogs are usually maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video. Entries are commonly displayed in reverse-chronological order. Blog can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog.Most blogs are interactive, allowing visitors to leave comments and even message each other via widgets on the blogs and it is this interactivity that distinguishes them from other static websites.Many blogs provide commentary or news on a particular subject; others function as more personal online diaries. A typical blog combines text, images, and links to other blogs, Web pages, and other media related to its topic. The ability of readers to leave comments in an interactive format is an important part of many blogs. Most blogs are primarily textual, although some focus on art (Art blog), photographs (photoblog), videos (video blogging), music (MP3 blog), and audio (podcasting). Microblogging is another type of blogging, featuring very short posts.As of December 2007, blog search engine Technorati was tracking more than 112 million blogs.