‘It’s the skateboarder’s life, so don’t tell me I’m bad’: An exploration of the human condition

“It’s just one of those things,” he said.

“When you do something it’s really hard to know how to get over it.” 

I asked him if he thought it was possible for us to make the same leap. 

“No, no,” he replied.

“I don’t think that’s possible.

“I think a skate board is not a physical exercise, it’s not something you do for fun. “

It’s something that you have to work for.””

I think a skate board is not a physical exercise, it’s not something you do for fun.

It’s something that you have to work for.”

It’s not a hobby for me.

I just enjoy it.

“I also asked if he was worried that some people would think he was joking. 

He said: “No, not at all.

I’ve seen it.

“A lot of people ask me, ‘Do you have kids?’

And I say ‘no’.

I don’t want kids.

I don: it’s too dangerous.”

He said that he had never been a dad, and that he was happy to be an independent dad.

As for the rest of the skateboarding world, he said: “I hope it works out alright for them.

If it doesn’t, I’ll always be proud of the sport.

I’ll never be embarrassed about it.

It was a dream come true.”

Skateboarding, which was first developed in Europe in the late 19th century, is the most popular sport in the world, with around 1.5 million participants.

In the UK, it has gained a following of around 20,000 people a year, according to the Sport England website.