Bobby Worrest

Bobby Worrest
Posted: April 13th, 2006

by Schmitty


Years skateboarding:
9 years.

Sponsors:
Krooked skateboards, es footwear, spitfire wheels, thunder trucks, pitcrew skateshop, roughneck hardware, matix clothing.

Birthplace:
Downingtown Pennsylvania.

Nicknames:
B Dub, Bob Wo.

When I wake up I:
Lay in bed for another good hour.

For breakfast I:
Eat a peanut butter and jelly (grape) sandwich. Usually it's not breakfast time anymore.

For inspiration I:
Watch skate videos.

My daily skatespot is:
Pulaski Park.

Usually I skate with:
Zack Lyons, Daniel Kim, Chris Hall; basically everyone at Pulaski.

In the car I:
Listen to T.I, Lil Wayne, Dip Set...

After skating I:
Kick it with the crew, get something to eat.

On TV I watch:
If anything, Animal Planet... but I don't have time for much TV.

For dinner I eat:
Ruth Chris Steakhouse.

At night:
I party.

When I need some lovin' I:
Cuddle with my girl.

Before I go to sleep I:
Chill with my girl in bed.

In bed I:
Dream about skateboarding usually.

Bobby Worrest
An easy frontside 5.0 for Mr. Worrest. Photo: Zaslavsky

TOP 3's

Spots?
Pulaski, Welfare banks, Frisco Bart Bench

Music?
T.I., Jeezy, Dip Set

Women?
My boo Leah, My mom, My sister Michelle

Skaters?
Buzenitz, Pappalardo, Puig

Video parts?
Koston - Falling down, Brian Wenning - Photosynthesis, Dill - Snuff

Movies?
The Hills Have Eyes, Rambo 2, Mothman Prophecies

Drinks?
Milk, orange juice, Budweiser

Advice/Last Words?
Who knew on your wrist you could fit a whole pound of diamonds?

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