Jonathan Saville 8:30 a.m., Feb. 23
- "Styled Out: A term used to describe individuals who compensate for their lack of skill by assuming exaggerated mannerisms."
1976 San Diego guide to surfer slang
Dawn patrol, hot lips, kook, outside, eat it, turtle
- Backyard Special. A poorly constructed, homemade surfboard.
- Body Flyaway. Jumping clear of one’s surfboard to avoid body, board contact.
- Bowl Section. That part of a wave resembling the contours of a salad bowl.
- B.S.B. A black surfer, laterally. Black Surfing Brother. Used cordially.
- Cruiser. A very wide surfboard. Also, an inept surfer.
- Dawn Patrol. Exceedingly dedicated surfers who arise very early in an effort to avoid crowds.
- Feathering. The breaking action of a wave w hen buffeted by off-shore winds.
- Gnarly. A term applied to especially rough surf. May also be used to describe an individual wave of particular ferocity.
- Hot Dog. To surf in a flamboyant, styled manner. Also, one who adopts such a form.
- Mushburgers. Small waves devoid of sufficient form or power.
- Noseride. A surfing position in which one's toes dangle from the tip of the board.
- Pitched Out. To be thrown headlong from one's surfboard down the lace of a wave.
- Pocket Rocket. A fast, highly maneuverable surfboard.
- Quasi. An individual who feigns surfing expertise.
- Quasimoto. A squatting position employed when riding through a wave's curl.
- Quizmo. A derogatory term applied to unpopular individuals.
- Roundhouse Cutback. An extreme change of direction while riding a wave.
- Stoked. A feeling of exhilaration, euphoria.
- Styled Out. A term used to describe individuals who compensate for their lack of skill by assuming exaggerated mannerisms.
- Through the Lip. Forging ahead through the breaking part of the wave.
- Turtle. To roll upside dow n, board on top. in order to pass through the white water of a broken wave.
- Unlocal. A person who does not surf in the area of his residence. Generally used with malice.
- Vibe Level. A sense of camaraderie resulting from mingling with other surfers.