Discussion in 'The Red Room' started by Faceman, May 3, 2018.
Come get me WF. I have a clock on this beach chair.
Also die in a fire...um...all of you!
Is your wife the hippo in the water?
i'm the lady who doesn't know how to snorkel
So insanely jealous!
I don’t know any of those people aside from the legs in the foreground. Wish I knew the chick in the thong paddle boarding though.
How unfortunate for you.
A beach in Hawaii. Now there's lack of imagination.
lamest POV sex video ever.
Given the volcanic eruptions lastnight, isn't it more likely to be you who dies in a fire?
I was there last year. What island you on?
Maui. The volcano erupted on Hawaii.
But there goes my theory that WF mainly survives because people post during working hours at their jobs because it beats doing actual work.
Your life isn't necessarily the template for anyone else's.
As for why anyone who lives in California would need to go to Hawai'i to find a beach...
The one good reason to live in California, Hawaii’s a short flight away.
I was on Oahu. Going to try Maui next year and hopefully I'll get to the Big Island and take a tour of the volcano. I hear the helicopter rides over it are amazing!
And California has 900 miles of coastline. Now, some of it's rocky prominences, a helluva a lot of it is "privatized" beachfront , but there are still plenty of options for lying on a beach. "Surfin' USA" was not written about Hawai'i.
I can certainly understand someone from Nebraska or Oregon/Washington needing to escape, but...YMMV.
While I agree California beaches are better (and fewer obnoxious tourists than Hawaii), you have to keep in mind that it's not the entire 900 miles of coastline that makes for good beaches, at least for traditional "sun and fun", surfing, and swimming. The good beaches stretch from San Diego up to around Santa Cruz and maybe San Francisco. So maybe about 500-600 miles.
Don't get me wrong, I love the stretch of coast from Bodega Bay up to Oregon, but those beaches (most of which are just cliffs) are not conducive to much swimming, save for a few weeks out of the year.
Better water. Fish and turtles are right here at the beach. Shit tons of dolphins are on the Lahaina Roads. Kalua pork.
Oahu was my first trip in 2006. Not in a hurry to go back. Honolulu pretty dense.
Went to the big island and Maui on my honeymoon. The big island is pretty different and I spent a day in the town of Volcano. That was cool though probably won’t be today.
Southwest just announced plans to fly from CA to HI this year. Four islands. Hopefully that helps fares a bit.
my man I can dunk some carnitas into a white russian if you really want kalua pork
Been to Oahu twice. You want beaches, try Guam. Oh my, yes.
Damn I'm a lucky man. That looks like Paradise, and yet my first thought was, I'd much rather stay here where I can continue my work.
Perhaps pervert would be a better term than happy.
The food alone is worth it. Honolulu has Turtle Bay, Diamond Head and the USS Arizona museum. The snorkeling is great and Maui beaches are awesome.The problem for us on the east coast is that it's generally a fifteen hour flight with long layovers at LAX.
Oh yeah. Last time I went to Hawaii I wound up sitting at LAX for eight hours.
LAX is the worst part of California; my condolences.
Depends on which terminal you're at. There are worse domestic airports.
And you got nothing better to do?
I answered some work emails.
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