Five things you didn't know about Alex and Koa Smith

| posted on March 11, 2012

Koa Smith, stepping up his game at Pipeline. Photo: Heff

Koa according to Alex:

He bit our middle brother Travis’ nipple off when he was 6. Remember those buckteeth? Ouch.

He has some serious stalker fans. These crazy 13-year-old girls from England write me on Facebook and will say, “You’re f–king fit, but not as beautiful as Koa.” I’m like, “okay…”

When I travel with him he sleeps the entire time. He could sleep for a full 18-hour flight. I end up talking to myself and eventually draw on his face.

He’s a hard-charger when it’s big. I get scared for him.

He goes through some serious phases: diving, shell hunting, raising chickens, skateboarding, hunting. The best was his pony phase. He was obsessed with this pony when he saw on the side of the road, he ended up buying it and taking pony-riding lessons.

Alex Smith, as talented above the lip as he is in the kitchen. Photo: Rock

Alex according to Koa:

A lot of people don’t know this, but Alex was actually born in Michigan.

Alex is really good at cooking, but I don’t think he’s ever cooked me a thing.

In kindergarten he took a girl behind a tree and told her he would find her a bug if she took off her pants.

His first word was “airplane.”

When he talks to his girlfriend, it’s always in a baby voice.


    I take photographs of surfers could I send them to your magazine.

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    from southern Maine to the Canadian border there is surfing, don’t for get your wet suite though.. big sandy beaches are old orchard beach, pop um beach, and reed state park., these are good beaches were you can take the whole family and have fun.these are sum of our favorite spots to go to, hook up with the locals to find the hidden spots to go to, have fun and Seeya

  • Neve

    hehehe ‘In kindergarten he took a girl behind a tree and told her he would find her a bug if she took off her pants.’

    thats the funniest thing i’ve read in a while

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  • stephen koehne

    stay golden ponyboy