So Craig, I’m like really, really famous.
Sometimes when I go out on the town, I’m so famous, people are like, “whoa Sterling Spencer your so famous.”
I’m proud of you sterling.
Do you comb your hair?
What kind of underwear does Dane Reynolds wear?
Baggy cotton boxers.
If your had to marry me or Stephanie Gilmore, who would you choose?
Is Indie culture over?
Would you say I’m cute?
I just got puppies. Do you want one?
Yes, very much so.
You just made slow dance. What’s next?
Hard to say.
I was watching it and realized I wasn’t in it.
I emailed you. You didn’t get back to me.
Who is the Indie God watching over surfing?
What is your favourite animal?
What’s growing bigger? Surf contest or the indie surf culture of film/art?
The second one.
If you could have one night with me all to yourself, what would you do?
We go to the centaur museum in the morning. You tell me all about your history, we surf, you show me how to do those hair flicks you do, get lunch, maybe Mexican food, have a coffee listen to some heavy rap, go surfing, have a beer at the beach, hang in the car park, go to disco, go to bed. I just re-read the question and answer and you said night. I’m not deleting what took me 3 minutes to type.
What’s your favourite shred maneuver?
Who has the best nipples in the sport?
We’re like really, really good friends.
If you could touch Laird Hamilton in one area, where would it be?
Hair, or actually butt, I heard he has butt implants.
Have you ever healed someone?
Who’s the one surfer, where they are coming out of the water, and it just flashes through your head, a voice saying, he’s kinda cute.
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