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Apocalypse Later, Surf Now

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In the pantheon of cool, surfers always rank highly. Their laid back insouciance a lesson to all of us not to take life so god damn seriously.

So, when it comes to a raging, hell-hath-no fury-like-a-fire-and-brimstone-apocalypse – basically, the end of the world, you would half expect those beach boys to shrug their shoulders with admirable indifference and utter the immortal words, ‘apocalypse later, surf now’.

And that’s exactly what clever clogs digital whizz kid keef70 has done. He has stitched together a blistering montage of surfers going about their watery business as planes fall out of the sky, rockets cascade to earth and rockets explode above them.

Cool. Pure and simple.

(Image: YouTube)

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