Why is it called Grom?
Grommet (also Grom, Gremmie, Grem) appears to derive from the term Gremlin: Grommet: A grommet (grom) is a young participant in extreme sports. Originally, a grommet was a surfer under the age of 16.
What is a grom in skiing?
Grom (grommet): This word started out meaning a young surfer. Skiers and snowboarders liked it so much that now it also means a youngling on skis or a board. If you’re a brave ski mom or dad, your offspring are probably groms.
What do you call a kid surfer?
A grommet (grom, or gremmie) is a young participant in extreme sports. Originally, a grommet was a surfer under the age of 16. In recent years, this has expanded to include other extreme sports, most notably skateboarding, roller derby and snowboarding.
Is Grom Social safe?
The parents’ guide to what’s in this movie.
Although it contains some mildly questionable content and its learning potential is limited, the Grom Social site can work as a starter social network. Grom Social provides a safe environment for kids to explore the world of social networking.
What do surfers call each other?
A fellow surfer; friend; companion. If you’ve caught a wave with a board, standing, kneeling or body then you’re one.
Do surfers say shred?
To surf a wave in a flashy, flamboyant, and skillful manner. (syn: rip, killin it) use: “Whoa did you see that 360 air? That old dude is legit shredding, brah.”
What does Kook stand for?
: one whose ideas or actions are eccentric, fantastic, or insane : screwball.