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2012-12-27 01:36:26 AM
PIZZZAAAAAA !
 
2012-12-27 02:57:15 AM
Pizza? Of all the farkin' lame ass commands....

Seriously, at least do IN and OUT or some other helpful command.
 
2012-12-27 06:48:34 AM
Meh. That's the way everybody learns to ski.
 
2012-12-27 10:42:51 AM
PIZZA...  PIZZA...  YARD SALE!!!
 
2012-12-27 11:32:35 AM

doglover: Pizza? Of all the farkin' lame ass commands....

Seriously, at least do IN and OUT or some other helpful command.


Make your skis into a wedge, like pizza. That's probably what the instructor had taught this little BOY on the bunny slope all morning. Yeah, it sounds really silly, but who doesn't learn to ski by first snowplowing?

Also, why does the source call the kid a little girl? The instructor is calling him "dude," he's wearing something that appears to have spider-webs on it... all little kids have high-pitched voices when they're scared.
 
2012-12-27 11:40:34 AM
 
2012-12-27 11:47:55 AM

Vodka Zombie: PIZZA...  PIZZA...  YARD SALE!!!


I laughed.
 
2012-12-27 11:53:01 AM
That's the only way I know how to stop when skiing.
 
2012-12-27 12:07:15 PM
Kid was not ready for that much slope, should have gone down in tandem instead. Bad parenting/instructing.
 
2012-12-27 12:09:45 PM

URAPNIS: That's the only way I know how to stop when skiing.


This always works for me:

www.ecolips.com
 
2012-12-27 12:13:38 PM
goskialberta.com
To the asshole in the video, who didn't bother to instill the skills of turning and stopping to your child, read the first of the 10.....not cool. A f*cking high five for sending a out of control missle down a slope? Really? Get the kid a proper lesson, how f*cking hard is that?
 
2012-12-27 12:14:39 PM
WTF is pizza?
 
2012-12-27 12:20:20 PM

Crewmannumber6: WTF is pizza?


It's a delicious food most popular in New York and Chicago. But that's not important right now.
 
2012-12-27 12:20:58 PM
Crewmannumber6

WTF is pizza?

Dough with tomato sauce and various meats and such cooked in an oven...but that's not important right now.

/in skiing it is a braking/turning method used to transition beginner skiers into making parallel turns via a stem christie
 
2012-12-27 12:21:37 PM
*shakes tiny fist*
 
2012-12-27 12:29:46 PM
What kind of douche puts his kid on that much of a slope, yelling "Pizza" then calling her a "dude" at the end when what she really needs is a hug?
 
2012-12-27 12:31:19 PM
Your son isn't going to be as tubular, radical, or bo-dashis as you, please stop, bro.
 
2012-12-27 12:31:59 PM
White people problems.
 
2012-12-27 12:36:07 PM
I'm sure child protective services will take her to the bunny slope out back of the children's shelter.
/She has to stay somewhere while dad's in jail.
 
2012-12-27 12:48:50 PM
I don't think you have to be very smart to be a movie star. That goes double if you're a girl
 
2012-12-27 12:48:51 PM
That was me when I learned to ski, except I stopped under a chain-link fence.
 
2012-12-27 12:55:01 PM
For once, an Internet meme is completely appropriate

i.imgur.com
 
2012-12-27 12:55:17 PM
"I want my two dollars!"
 
2012-12-27 01:02:19 PM

Crewmannumber6: I don't think you have to be very smart to be a movie star. That goes double if you're a girl


oops, wrong thread
 
2012-12-27 01:07:07 PM
Sadly, this is a fairly common sight on "easy" slopes at busier resorts. People seem to think that because it's green or easy that it must be okay to just start learning there.

How about no. Most places have a beginner area for a reason. Going from a bunny slope to a green slope is like going from your driveway to the interstate when you're learning to use a car. You might not have to have the best skills in the world, but you still have to know how to turn and stop and it will probably be busy.

That kid should have either been in a harness or had one of those things that locks the tips of poles together for a tandem run.

Bad parenting is bad.
 
2012-12-27 01:20:19 PM
"Dude you survived!" makes me all punchy...
 
2012-12-27 01:31:40 PM
Meh. No blood no foul. She is doing better than the meely mouthed window lickers she goes to school with that probably spent their day playing X-box while their helicoptor moms hand fed them Cheetos so they wouldn't go outside and get hurt.
 
2012-12-27 02:00:07 PM
I'm out 40+ times per year, I see it every time I'm out.

"I've put $20 worth of Styrofoam on my kids head, I'll just let him/her careening down the hill without lessons or a clue. They'll be fine."

I call it the starfish move because the kid looks like a starfish, legs wide, arms outstretched, and out of control.

I constantly get crap from other parents about putting my kid in MX riding lesson. But my kid is trained, in control and well equipped.

Glad the kid is fine.
 
2012-12-27 02:10:25 PM

titwrench: Meh. No blood no foul. She is doing better than the meely mouthed window lickers she goes to school with that probably spent their day playing X-box while their helicoptor moms hand fed them Cheetos so they wouldn't go outside and get hurt.


Except for the whole "the kid is terrified and the only reason he is is because his parents are assholes" part, I agree.

There's NOTHING else you could have your kid do that doesn;t involve them wailing in fear, yet have them be active?

NOTHING?
 
2012-12-27 03:08:10 PM

titwrench: Meh. No blood no foul. She is doing better than the meely mouthed window lickers she goes to school with that probably spent their day playing X-box while their helicoptor moms hand fed them Cheetos so they wouldn't go outside and get hurt.


It's great until a guy like me, 6'2" and 220 runs her terrified ass over.

I've seen it happen before, I give kids and their stupid parents a wide berth when I can because of people like this.

He should be teaching her this shiat on the beginner slopes, Jesus what a moran.
 
2012-12-27 03:32:23 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: titwrench: Meh. No blood no foul. She is doing better than the meely mouthed window lickers she goes to school with that probably spent their day playing X-box while their helicoptor moms hand fed them Cheetos so they wouldn't go outside and get hurt.

Except for the whole "the kid is terrified and the only reason he is is because his parents are assholes" part, I agree.

There's NOTHING else you could have your kid do that doesn;t involve them wailing in fear, yet have them be active?

NOTHING?


By the time I was that age I had to have 2 fingers and an ear reattached from 2 separate incidents . Taking a little spill in the snow is nothing.
 
2012-12-27 03:37:37 PM
Fenton! Fenton! Jesus CHRIST
 
2012-12-27 03:52:59 PM
Dad is a douche. Sounds like a little girl. Someone should cut his junk off and then send him down the slope and yell PIZZA PIZZA
 
2012-12-27 04:11:44 PM
Uh, my first experience surfing was likely just as traumatic (minus the whole "fear of death by falling off a mountain" bit I suppose.

I cried worse than that, or so my Mother tells me, when she tried to have my face painted up at some carnival by a clown (and I'm not even scared of clowns.)

I think she'll be fine.

/twitch
 
2012-12-27 04:18:26 PM
Why such a hard slope for a beginner?
 
2012-12-27 04:18:35 PM
With a dad like that, this little girl is going to grow up to be a stripper in Reno named Snowball.
 
2012-12-27 04:50:25 PM
My kid's first skiing experience was taking a two hour lesson and then getting turned around backwards on the bunny slope and slicing open his head on an unpadded concrete pylon base for the ski lift.

I knew that head wounds bled a lot, but "knowing" isn't the same thing as "squeezing a blood-soaked knit cap into a bedpan afterwards and realizing there was at least a pint and a half of liquid in there."
 
2012-12-27 05:20:16 PM

tillerman35: My kid's first skiing experience was taking a two hour lesson and then getting turned around backwards on the bunny slope and slicing open his head on an unpadded concrete pylon base for the ski lift.

I knew that head wounds bled a lot, but "knowing" isn't the same thing as "squeezing a blood-soaked knit cap into a bedpan afterwards and realizing there was at least a pint and a half of liquid in there."


Mostly snow and tears.
 
2012-12-27 05:24:53 PM
Peeeee Taaaaaaaa


i.imgur.com
 
2012-12-27 05:25:02 PM

titwrench: Jim from Saint Paul: titwrench: Meh. No blood no foul. She is doing better than the meely mouthed window lickers she goes to school with that probably spent their day playing X-box while their helicoptor moms hand fed them Cheetos so they wouldn't go outside and get hurt.

Except for the whole "the kid is terrified and the only reason he is is because his parents are assholes" part, I agree.

There's NOTHING else you could have your kid do that doesn;t involve them wailing in fear, yet have them be active?

NOTHING?

By the time I was that age I had to have 2 fingers and an ear reattached from 2 separate incidents . Taking a little spill in the snow is nothing.


May I ask if they were accidents that you yourself caused or were they accidents that happened because your parents decided to push you into an activity you were too terrified to do correctly?
 
2012-12-27 05:43:50 PM

Jim from Saint Paul: titwrench: Jim from Saint Paul: titwrench: Meh. No blood no foul. She is doing better than the meely mouthed window lickers she goes to school with that probably spent their day playing X-box while their helicoptor moms hand fed them Cheetos so they wouldn't go outside and get hurt.

Except for the whole "the kid is terrified and the only reason he is is because his parents are assholes" part, I agree.

There's NOTHING else you could have your kid do that doesn;t involve them wailing in fear, yet have them be active?

NOTHING?

By the time I was that age I had to have 2 fingers and an ear reattached from 2 separate incidents . Taking a little spill in the snow is nothing.

May I ask if they were accidents that you yourself caused or were they accidents that happened because your parents decided to push you into an activity you were too terrified to do correctly?


The ear was me being stupid, the fingers was my parents not paying attention as I went to pet a Doberman through a fence. I dislocated my shoulder on the last one too. Neither was my parents pushing me into anything but I did get some scrapes and bruises from being pushed outside of my comfort zone. It's part of growing up.
 
2012-12-27 05:55:07 PM

BalugaJoe: Why such a hard slope for a beginner?

 
2012-12-27 06:43:12 PM
There goes the trust this kid had in his/ her dad. That video makes me angry.
 
2012-12-27 06:57:06 PM
I call them kid-missiles and they're the single biggest reasons I pushed myself to be a better skier, so that I'd never have to share a slope with them again. I ended up in the hospital once when a kid-missile came down the slope at around 35 mph and hit me in the the back of the knee. I was certain I'd torn my ACL. Thank god it wasn't so bad.
 
2012-12-27 08:40:58 PM
I've seen kids that size skiing circles around their parents. These days they teach them to ski without poles until they're ready for the intermediate slopes, which is apparently very effective.

Oh, and the whole pizza thing DOESN'T WORK the way many people teach it. They just tell you to make a pizza shape with your skis, because apparently you're too dumb to understand anything more complicated, and paradoxically smart enough to figure the rest out yourself. "The rest" being how to engage the edges of your skis, which requires getting your knees inside your ankles and dropping your weight down between your skis. When I took my first skiing lesson, the wedge didn't work at all for me. I just made the pizza shape and accelerated down the bunny hill until I fell down or coasted to a stop at the bottom. I had zero braking ability until I taught myself to hockey stop, which I remembered from an ice skating class. The wedge seemed much harder to do effectively at first than the hockey stop.
 
2012-12-27 10:01:08 PM

Punk Floyd: Snowball


He requests this?!
 
2012-12-27 10:03:58 PM
A ski lesson is cheaper than a trip to the ER, retardodad.
 
2012-12-27 10:18:52 PM
"Pizza?" "Wedge?" it's called a SNOWPLOW!

/and that's all it'll ever be dagnabit
 
2012-12-27 10:53:08 PM

Mija: There goes the trust this kid had in his/ her dad. That video makes me angry.


Stuff like that happens. Dad never promised it wouldn't (unless he's some kind of sadist.) Being scared, falling down, and not getting hurt is pretty mild stuff as far as life goes, and completely age-appropriate. A kid who can't handle that is not going to be able to handle kindergarten. Dollars to donuts the kid cried a little bit and then begged to do it again.
 
2012-12-28 12:10:56 AM
that kid flying down the hill like a stick figure made me lol


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