April 12, 2011
Original Illustration: Lauren Kolesinskas
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Random dude jumps massive gap made famous by Ryan Sheckler without a skateboard and breaks his ankle. DERP!
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Braydon Szafranski following in his father's footsteps
April 17, 2011/Lauren Kolesinskas/ART
And this doesn't even scratch the surface.
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April 13, 2011 2:16 pm
Bro this is so unrealistic, shecks team would never lose, never. Even if his parents were to divorce, he would use that divorce to fuel his unoriginal mastery of the football
December 26, 2013 6:33 am
True, Sheckler is pretty bro’d out, he’s from the heart of “the OC” after all… But if you knew your skate history, you’d know that Sheckler was really brought on the scene as a Chris Branagh replacement after the youngest pro at the time, quit skating. He’s a creation of the “little kid points” bubble from its very beginnings… The fact that he turned out to be a pretty gnarly skateboarder, despite how much you may hate his “bro-ness”, is an example of the phenomenon that, when you sponsor a very young kid, if they stick with it, they will eventually be really good… Nyjah, Provost, Grant Taylor, etc, all come to mind…
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