A work of mastercraft of the most noble dimensions. A royal column!
Three months ago, Hawaiian surf royalty Nathan “Nasty” Florence and Koa Rothman went on a podcast hosted by comedian and the inspiration behind National Lampoon’s Van Wilder, Bert Kreischer, and threw arrows and barbs and whatever else was at hand at BeachGrit.
“Here’s my question, is surfing like comedy where the gossip is what would sell?”
Florence ponders for a moment before answering, “I don’t think it would. There are some platforms that do sell on gossip but I wouldn’t say they’re the biggest.”
Bert, curious, wonders, “You talking about BeachGrit?”
Florence, without pause, says, “Yes.”
Rothman, the handsomest of his brothers adds, “They suck, they suck.”
Bert, laughing, describes how the lovable surf tabloid pops into his feed. Florence tells him to “get it out of there.” Rothman interjects, “They’re not even big either. They talk shit about anyone.” At the same time Florence says, “They just make up stuff. They just straight make up stuff.”
Rothman ends with, “It’s crazy,” shaking his head.
All true of course and they might have added hysterical and petty for good measure.
On a recent North Shore morning, Kreischer, who is fifty, and the twenty-something Hawaiian Only Fans star and Powerlifter Nathan Florence, combined for a hot and heavy workout in the grounds of the Sunset Elementary School.
The “brutal field workout” contrasts the maddeningly cool Florence with the furnace-face greasy Kreischer, sweat already beginning to sluice down his face and body even before the calisthenics begin.
But what should be a comedy of fat man vs athlete becomes wildly erotic as the viewer is gifted what appears to be the outline of Kreischer’s forbidden curves, a work of mastercraft of the most noble dimensions. A royal column!
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