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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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By Ted-the Man-Malibu
Turtleburtlefelchman - At least I do it with men, unlike you you who tries to make it with that white cat in the hut on the cliff, SICKKOOOMEAUWWWWWW.........
Ted is GAY - At least I dance with women Ted, youre a friggin homo.
By ted malibu
Turtle burger loves me! - Yeah that left goes off when its on. So does Turle man. He dances in the local latino hotto bar...
The Right Goes Off! - I have surfed the left, I think it sucks, it is pretty short, unless the swell is big. I have surfed the right absolutely perfect. I surf this spot with Ted Malibu quite a bit, and there is one thing you all should know about Ted, he is friggin GAY!
bluffs - watch your step,here.carried my brother home in a box,after he stepped off...somehow...
The Left take II - You are so right about the left. I have been surfing this spot for the last 8 years and whenever the right goes off during the summer, I stick with the left. Everyone surfs the right, so you can get the left to yourselves. At medium tide you can get barreled and worked on the rocks if you dont bail out. This is one of the most consistent waves in Baja. Respect the locals, that includes the guys who live above in the trailer park.
By one happy goofyfooter
THE LEFT! - the left at k38 can be awesome!.....sure it's a righthand pointbreak that can get epic.....but with the right south swell the left is hard to beat!....and a lot less crowded.....if you've never seen a perfect 6 ft left tube here...you ain't been checkin' it for too many years....if you don't believe me....then just keep goin' right!
no title - the left here can be real good actually. in fact ive had the best left in years here last october. watch out for currents taking u up northwards. these can be a bitch to paddle back through- but are worth it if the left is working. left is on the right hand side of the bay as you stand on the cliff looking out. it doesnt barrel like the right though.
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