5' 10.75" 19.75" X 22.5" X 17.5" tail 12.5 2.75" MF rout 7.5" SF 18", 1/16" redwood or cedar is suggested, 6 oz. flat weave volan, wet sanded with #320 or #400 wet /dry sandpaper, nose to tail. Stubbie is a word/ term that has been recently created (or "coined"), often we it apply to "new" concepts, or to synthesize pre-existing concepts and just to make older terminology ("funboard", "mal", "tracker", "slab") sound more contemporary? Are Stubbies especially useful, a new phenomena, or old ideas that have taken on a new cultural context? In psychiatry, the term is used to describe the use of words that only have meaning to the person who uses them, independent of their common meaning. It is considered normal in children, but a symptom of thought disorder (indicative of a psychotic mental illness, such as schizophrenia) in adults. People with autism may also create neologisms. In theology, it refers to a relatively new doctrine (for example, Transitional-Displacementism). In this sense, a neologist is an innovator in the area of a doctrine or belief system, and is often considered heretical or subversive by the mainstream clergy or religious institution(s).