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Geoff Tydeman's photo of Porthleven

Somewhere near Porthleven.

Average rating of 4.25 from 20 votes

Porthleven

Spot Location: UK + Ireland > England > Porthleven

Date Taken: 7th December 2010. 8603 page views since 10th December 2010.

Swell Rating Primary Swell Secondary Swell Wind (+ Gusts) Weather
4ft 13s 219.62° 0.5ft 9s 1.8ft 3s 14 14 mph Overcast 42°f
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bromo Dec 16, 2010 Rating: 0

This is a sick wave. Too bad theres no one over there to actually surf it

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Barmouth Dec 13, 2010 Rating: -2

Sorry Slycat Bait, let he has not sinned etc I think you meant "something" near perfection. Struggled with grammer, did you?

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Younes Dec 13, 2010 Rating: 1

struggling with gran'ma?

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Younes Dec 13, 2010 Rating: 0

nah! he's struggling with gran'ma

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Younes Dec 13, 2010 Rating: 0

he's sruggling with gram'ma

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DoAPooAndGambole Dec 13, 2010 Rating: 6

grammer?

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palosverdes Dec 12, 2010 Rating: -1

Not england.

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J P Dec 14, 2010 Rating: 1

The evidence was a plant, we all know true Cornishmen still rub sticks together.

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Coelacanth Dec 14, 2010 Rating: 1

It was the Salvation Army! They're very active this time of year.

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palosverdes Dec 13, 2010 Rating: 1

;)

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the vanity project Dec 13, 2010 Rating: 9

Has to be a Cornishman though. Just look at the evidence. The police found a box of matches at the scene with a total of eleven different finger prints on it, forensics later confirmed via DNA results that all eleven prints were from the same person.

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palosverdes Dec 13, 2010 Rating: 0

Just don't think they did it and i don't think it was them who claimed responsibility J.P, i do see the humor though.

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J P Dec 13, 2010 Rating: 1

I am commenting on something I saw the humorous side to i.e. the apology, not the act itself, which they admitted responsibility and apologized for, whether or not they actually committed the act. If you feel it cast the Cornish Liberation Army in a better light, that they felt the need to admit and apologize for something they had no responsibility for, then that your prerogative.

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palosverdes Dec 13, 2010 Rating: 1

It was property developers who did that actually.

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J P Dec 13, 2010 Rating: 6

That's done it were on amber alert now, a while back they set fire to a disused brewery while testing Incendiary devices. To give them their dues they did admit responsibility, and apologized, in the press, for any inconvenience caused, you wont see many groups involved in terrorist activity do that. The cornish liberation army where manners, matter.

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the vanity project Dec 13, 2010 Rating: 3

I see the Cornish Liberation movement is still alive and well innus

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Sunspot Dec 12, 2010 Rating: 0

Get on a flight to London Heathrow, connect to Newquay, get on the A30 direction Penzance, turn left at the roundabout and right at Porthleven. Pay your taxi fare, walk up the hill and Bob's your uncle. Don't forget your rubber.

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Will Dec 12, 2010 Rating: 3

I'm beginning to think that England being all cold a gray are just myths now. If there was surfing back in the 1600s I don't think the Mayflower would have left...BASTARDS

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soulofachef Dec 12, 2010 Rating: 12

somewhere near perfection I'd say

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Spongerdudette Dec 14, 2010 Rating: 3

Slycat, look at the caption. Soulofachef was doing a play on words!

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tjo Dec 13, 2010 Rating: 9

"little bored cunt kid..."

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Slycat bait Dec 13, 2010 Rating: -19

I believe you mean "something" near perfection. Struggled in grammar now did we?

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