surfing on the internet?

is this expression grammatically correct?
What are other more elevated way of expressing the same meaning?

To my knowledge, the expression is “to serf the net”, or “to serf the internet”.

That’s not correct!

serf: in the past, someone who lived and worked on land belonging to another person and who could not leave without that person’s permission

‘Surfing the Internet’ - “on” is not needed there.

Ops, I do apologise for misspelling the word “surf”:slight_smile:
I meant to write “to surf the internet”, not “serf”

Defenitely…, surfing the net… that is spoken english.

You probably mean ‘English’, Leo?[YSaerTTEW443543]

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surf the net is simple and ok.