Kook is a term, most often used by aggro locals, to describe any surfers that:
- don't live in the shithole little coastal towns
- don't work construction and/or drive old, beat-up trucks
- pretend like they can surf when, in reality, they suck-ass
- don't follow the rules of the lineup
- show up in the lot with a frappachino, excited about 2-footers
However, the term kook has a different meaning to different types of surfers. It is most likely the case that every surfer, at one point or another, has been called a kook themselves and has called other surfers kooks. You don't have to be an asshole local to enjoy this fun, degredating term!!!
"That guy has a surf-rack on a land-rover, what a kook!"
"Hey Kook, get off my wave!!"
Someone , usually a tourist our out of towner. Non local person who shows up on the beach with high top shoes on. This person usually try's to blend into local surf culture, by buying apparel from the merchants on "main street", and then flaunting it the same day with his basketball shoes on.
"Hey man look at that Kook trying to find his change in the sand." "Check that Kook out with the fanny pack. Does he know its not the early 90's anymore?"
pronounced loke, short for local. A loc is the ultimate form of surfer bro. truly chucka enough. often seen wearing dickies workshirts/pants, dc shoes, famous, srh, black von zipper glasses, flannel, tall socks, black hats, etc. Surfs, skates, bmx, skim, mxc, mma, anything EXTREME! Listens to KMK, ICP, various punk, hardcore and metal, lil wayne, dr dre's 2001. Drives a truck or suv, usually lifted. Smokes lots of pot (shwag usually) and cigarettes (reds are a favorite) and drinks lots of beer (natty ice, keystone, coors, tecate, etc.) and whiskey (jameson and jack!). Usually found: sitting in their drive way and looking at their hot rods/motorcycles, drinking coors light at the beach, smoking in front of 7-11, working construction, hanging out at taco bell at 3 am, moshing, at the bar, getting a tattoo, buying a bong, at the liquor store, getting kicked out of concerts, getting a burrito, at the skate park (usually smoking pot/cigs and not skating), snaking non-locs, driving fast. Loves to fight and yell. Been murdered out since before murdered out was murdered out.
Ex#1 You can't out loc an SC loc
Ex#2 Loc: Ughhh, were gonna be getting chucka rout tonight dawg
Ex#3 Loc: Let's go kick it at the skateboard park and smoke some stoges
Non-Loc: But i don't have my board...
Loc: Loc's don't need skateboards to hang out at the park dawg
Ex#4 Loc: let's hop in the lifted '91 4runner and go beat up some non-locs
Ex#5 Loc: let's get hella natty, chocolate swishers, reds and just kick it bro
Ex#6 *Loc with straight edge tattoo walks into 7-11 and gets a pack of reds*
Non-loc 1: isn't that hypocritical to smoke and have a straight edge tattoo?
Non-Loc 2: No because Loc's do whatever the fuck they want!
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She began her career being credited as Lisa Munn. However, since 2006, she has been using the name Olivia Munn personally and professionally. Also since 2006, Munn has been one of the faces of the cable network G4, hosting a number of shows for the network, the most prominent being Attack of the Show!, with co-host Kevin Pereira. Lisa Olivia Munn was born in Oklahoma to Sam and Kim Munn. She is of Chinese descent on her mother's side and of Caucasian descent on her father's. When Munn was two, her mother re-married to a man in the Air Force. Although the family relocated many times, Munn was predominantly raised in the Shinjuku district of Tokyo, Japan, where the military assigned her stepfather. During this time, she had appeared in a number of local theater productions, and later became a model within the Japanese fashion industry. She also attended the University of Oklahoma, majoring in journalism and minoring in Japanese and dramatic arts.
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