Dropping In – Top 5 reasons
Whether perpetrator or victim, at some point, every surfer will experience this move. Why does it happen?
Here’s 5 suggestions:
1. Because of assumed superiority (egotism).
2. Because of assumed ownership (localism).
3. Because of a particular genetic disposition (racism).
4. Because of stupidity (ignorance)
5. Because we’re either the perpetrator or victim of any of the afore-mentioned points. (relativity)
1. (idiomatic) To arrive unannounced or with little or no warning; also, to visit without an appointment.
2. (surfing) To paddle into and take off on a wave another surfer is already riding.
An inflated sense of self-importance or superiority; the practice of thought, speech, and conduct expressing high self-regard or self-exaltation, usually without skepticism or humility
A local peculiarity of speaking or acting; affection or partiality for a particular place; devotion to local interests and customs
The belief that race accounts for differences in human character or ability and that a particular race is superior to others; discrimination or prejudice based on race
Lack of knowledge, information, or education; the state of being ignorant
The quality or state of being relative; a state of dependence in which the existence or significance of one entity is solely dependent on that of another