They’re on the wrong side of the road, which is the right side of the road in New Zealand. There really is no right side of the road when you’re standing on a cutting board with a couple of roller skates screwed to the bottom of it. The most interesting thing about the video is that there’s a bunch of guys doing it at the same time. Therein lies a point
Wow. That dude is going 91 KPH. I have no idea what KPH stands for. It sounds impressive, though. The videographer could have translated into something usable for competent humans who use the Imperial system, but they must have been too busy high-fiving and whatnot.
There’s something calm about longboarding videos. You see them rolling, and you get the same feeling you’d have if you rolled down the window of your car and cruised along a winding road out in the willie wacks.
Dude, first of all, that’s a gnarly setup you’ve got there bro. Don’t let me harsh your sweet vibes because I’m picking up a lot of good vibes, man. But, dude, don’t you think there are, like, safer ways to deliver pizzas? Seriously, dude, let your freak flag fly and everything, but one rock could nerf your whole operation. And I mean, take it down, man; all the way down.
Historically, young men have always had problems with hills. I’m not sure what the problem is, the slight incline just makes them antsy. They keep trying to hurl themselves down for one reason or another, and people keep trying to make videos out of it.
The videos really have become formulaic as this sort of thing can get. Gather up the young men and insert them in a van to get them all riled up. Play some brostep, or dubwop, or whatever, because they’re into that sort of thing. Then loose them onto the countryside. Every once and a while flash a couple frames that show they’ve at least met a girl, and then boom; a video is made.