- n. Plural form of surfboard.
“Same for a specialty stuff such as surfboards and skis.”
“Your overhead for overweight and oversized luggage also going up, same for special stuff, such as surfboards and skis.”
“When open, the MINI Beachcomber Concept is also able to carry extra-long objects, such as surfboards, with ease.”
“Spears currently holds the record for the female artist with the most Teen Choice awards with a stunning 15 'surfboards' to her name.”
“When open, the MINI Beachcomber Concept is also able to carry extra-long objects such as surfboards without the slightest problem.”
“Then there are the southern California beaches where on a popular weekend, a sea of people, bikini clad beauties and healthy bodies, carrying surfboards, boogie boards and more, inhabit a weekend and its surf.”
““People were sawing surfboards in half and sticking them on a rotor to claim the tax credit,” Zaelke said.”
“When I see those TV commercials of silverback Baby Boomers sprinting with vintage surfboards toward ever-higher-yielding money-market funds, I feel both Boomer derision and a gnawing dread that my own funds are not similarly accruing (and in fact they are not — but maybe, to offset the losses, Brian Grazer will option my book?).”
“Then another place would beckon: San Diego, where I could sell surfboards, or run the front desk at the Angola Inn in northern Minnesota.”
“In fact, not only does one of those surfboards appear in the Jimi Hendrix film Rainbow Bridge  that was shot on Maui, members of the Brotherhood appear in the movie.”
Looking for tweets for surfboards.