word of the day: September 06, 2008
The act of attempting to ride a bus by standing in the aisle like a surfer. The goal is to stand for as long as possible without touching anything (seats, poles, people) for support.
Often a competition between two people to see who can stand the longest.
''On the way home last night I was bus surfing for a full 3 minutes!''
the art of keeping your balance while standing on an erraticly moving bus
instead of crashing into the waves, you crash into people while bus surfing
traveling all day on different buses but not going anywhere. Get off one bus and get onto another one and hope by the end of the day your at least semi close to home. Extra points for train surfing and ferry surfing. For a 7 hour day (jigging
school, you should be in and go through at least 40 suburbs. A bus pass comes in really handy for a bus surfing day. For more excitment play in teams and record how many buses you catch.Helps if you live in a well populated area.
"Tomorrow lets jig school and go bus surfing"
"We did that yesterday man, from bondi to malabar, newtown then back to coogee, the city then had lunch in darling harbour, then went to dee why and manly and got the ferry back to darling point then to randwick and maroubra junction and back to bondi. f*cking sick day, so many randoms on public transport"
Running up behind a bus and holding on.
Usually in gangs to see who falls off first.
(Not for the weak - falling off face down is not unusual)
Me and the gang went bus surfing last night!
"really? who fell off first?"