If you’ve found yourself saying this quite a bit when you go to the beach, maybe the idea of loving the beach sounds great to you.
And dating a surfer probably isn’t the best idea, since surfers practically live at the beach.
Make sure you’re a morning person Fun fact: The waves are typically better in the morning with the calm winds.
Naturally, surfers want to get out in the water as early as possible to beat the crowds and get some glassy waves before the waves get all textured from the wind. He’ll be gone for hours on end surfing and he’ll only come in when the waves start to fizzle out. Don’t be expecting that all the time from when you’re dating a surfer. However, keep those frequent international surf trips in mind.
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After surfing for 15 years, I’ve heard it time and time again. ” All she sees is the tan, muscles, and laid back lifestyle, but little does she know what actually goes into dating a surfer. He’s not talking about taking cute selfies and putting them all over social media. One of my favorites is “and it’d be so much better if there wasn’t any wind.” It’d be a freakin’ oven if there wasn’t any wind!
Ladies, here’s a glimpse of what you’d be getting yourself into if you choose to date a surfer. When a surfer says this to you, you’re probably thinking that he wants to take you to the beach, pack a picnic lunch, and walk on the beach with you for miles picking up shells. This is what he’s saying “the waves are supposed to be pumping and I want to go surfing. Last and certainly not least “the salt water just sticks to my skin and is annoying on the ride home.” Have you never thought about bringing some gallon jugs of fresh water to rinse off before the drive home?