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1. Yo Flips
What started as an original style to do a 360 flip just exploded into the worst looking thing ever. The front foot catch isn’t even the problem here, it’s how that backfoot sprawls out, so you look like you are doing some magically gay karate kick. The worst types of people do this too. The dudes who are all worried about “steez” that go buy an overpriced Supreme hat and have 10 pairs of limited edition Supras at home.

2. Kickflip Sexchange
Anyone doing this trick over the age of 10 should just quit skating. It’s really that simple.

3. Nightmare flips
True story: Went to a crusty skatepark and had to deal with one of those kids who starts doing all these Youtube style tricks with horrible names, shit like: disco flips, dolphin flips…etc. As soon as he got to “nightmare flip” which is apparently a double varial flip, I just kept thinking, “WHY GOD WHY?!?” Kid should have been a rollerblader.

4. Slappy Nose Slides
You know the dudes that can’t really do a noseslide at all, so they put their front foot up all the way to the tip of the nose and tick tack onto the ledge? Yeah – I hope they die.

5. Willy Grinds
This “trick” shouldn’t have any other name except “I wish I could 50-50”.

Comments

  1. kooks_that_scoot

    February 22, 2016 9:14 am

    slappy noseslides are cool if u have th right style

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  2. lucifer

    February 22, 2016 11:03 am

    skateboarding is skateboarding , I’m late aab

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  3. hytham wahaibi

    March 15, 2016 1:10 am

    more like 5 tricks you couldn’t land so you started bitching about them.

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  4. mehp

    April 12, 2016 2:21 pm

    The picture seems really accurate with this list, just some tool who raged one day and wrote an article about all the tricks that bother him. Willys, slappy nose slides, and double varials can be pulled off well and look nice, and kickflip sexchanges are a common progression trick. Funny how he criticizes people who’re all worried about ‘steez’, when he seems like a swagfag himself.

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