snurfing

snurfing

(1) (SNeaky sURFING) Surfing the Web while having a telephone conversation. Many people enjoy browsing the Web and entering data while talking, but few like to be on the other end of the phone. When you hear clicking in the distant background, you know the other person is multitasking.

(2) (SNow sURFING) The name given to riding over the snow with a pair of skis attached together. Snurfing later became "snowboarding."
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Indeed, by 1968, the local press was referring to Snurfing as "almost a national craze.
Paul Graves from Cheshire, Connecticut was singled out, as he had "delighted the crowd by doing a full 360 [-degree] turn while snurfing downhill.
The December 1979 issue of Snurfing News--published by JEM--listed upcoming events in Marion, Virginia; Steamboat Springs, Colorado; Mt.
Back in Michigan, the 1982 Snurfing Championships went on as usual.