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NOTE: Goofyfoot maybe comes from Goofy riding right-foot-forward in 1937 Disney short Hawaiian Holiday A right-foot-forward stance on a surfboard. Goofyfooters were sometimes regarded as inferior to left-foot-forward regularfoot surfers until the late '60s, when Australian teenage sensation Wayne Lynch is said to have "liberated" the goofyfooter—never mind that goofies had already been on sur...

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