wildcardjack: Remember, don't mix alcohol and pot. Stick to one buzz at a time.Hmm, anyone got data on mixing either of those with waaaayyy too much coffee?
I have no idea what you're talking about.
BruinsHockey: Yet people wonder why there are so many collisions on ski hills. They're either drunk or stoned out of their minds.
Maud Dib: And quit sitting down in the middle of the goddamn run, you farking plankers.
J.Shelby: Everyone knows those Aussies are drunks anyway. Every story in news.com.au pretty much confirms that.
Treygreen13: The alcohol totally loosened her up to the point that she wasn't focusing on why she wasn't doing it - she just did it.
fireclown: Maud Dib: And quit sitting down in the middle of the goddamn run, you farking plankers.Skiers vs snowboarders? Is it 1995 again? Because if it is, I have to get out of here, get back to Baltimore, buy some google stock and make sweet sweet love to Ilana Nodleman.
Maud Dib: BruinsHockey: Yet people wonder why there are so many collisions on ski hills. They're either drunk or stoned out of their minds.Or snowboarders.Q:What's the first thing they teach you in snowboarding class?A: How to say, "Whoops, sorry brah, my bad".And quit sitting down in the middle of the goddamn run, you farking plankers.\runs from thread
Treygreen13: Time for a CSB:I love to ski. I'm not great at it, but to me going up in the mountains is 100x better than sitting on the beach. I met my girlfriend and told her that one day I'd take her skiing, and she told me she'd love to go. So a couple years down the line, I save up the cash and we go skiing. She enrolls in the half-day ski school because I figure she'll learn better from someone who teaches it all the time. That day on the mountain it is a DRIVING snowstorm and bitterly, bitterly cold. Every once in a while I pulled up next to the ski school to see her making the pie and awkwardly pie-plowing down the hill. After the half day of ski school she's exhausted, so we pack up and go home. The next day, we approach the mountain ready to tackle the bunny slope to get her ready to maybe *just maybe* do a blue before we leave to go home.Anyway she gets out there and I wonder if the person I saw at ski school was someone who borrowed her jacket and hat. She's just abysmal. Can't even make the pie without locking her knees and falling down, or freaking out and just throwing her poles to the side and laying in the snow, totally defeated. We spend the better part of an hour just trying to go on the flat part *to* the bunny slope. The bunny slope was an even bigger disaster. We got to the bottom, and I'm frustrated. She's frustrated. We decided to just get a drink and enjoy the mountain from the bar.Anyway, after about 4 glasses of wine she says, "You know, I think I can give it one more shot." So we go outside, put on our skiis, and as FSM is my witness she went down the bunny slope likeit was nothing. The alcohol totally loosened her up to the point that she wasn't focusing on why she wasn't doing it - she just did it.The moral of this story is that alcohol solves problems.
Nickninja: This was me and my wife last weekend. She had a couple beers and flew down the mountain like a boss. She even did 1.5 blue squares at the end of the day. (the 0.5 blue square was when she happened to wipe out horribly and sprain her knee... baby steps...)
nickerj1: Haha, nice. I always have a hydrapak on while boarding that has a vodka mix of some sort in it. You can't put in only water cause it'll freeze. That's my excuse anyway. It does make you do riskier stuff and always seem to pull it off while drunk. And if you wipeout you don't feel it as much.
TwowheelinTim: Meh, bongs are for people who pay for their pot and want to make it go as far as possible./rolls a fattie.
CheekyMonkey: TwowheelinTim: Meh, bongs are for people who pay for their pot and want to make it go as far as possible./rolls a fattie.Also for people who don't feel like smoking paper. Joints always taste like ass.
omgbears: New Age Redneck: I am fairly lucky to live in a place where I can ski tour from my front door to some of the best skiing anywhere. I don't really understand the folks who get a week here and spend it getting wrecked every nightinstead of skiing the sh*t out of the place. You can drink and get high anywhere. I am fine with people doing whatever party favors they wish but skiing and being in the mountains is magic, you don't need to get all messed up to enjoy it, I kinda think it actually sours the vibe....just sayin'.Ski touring you mean backcountry stuff? Like off the resorts? I'm curious how one gets into that, it looks amazing! I love me some skiing, but the last few seasons it's starting to seem like each new ski resort I hit is the same as the last one...
New Age Redneck: I am fairly lucky to live in a place where I can ski tour from my front door to some of the best skiing anywhere. I don't really understand the folks who get a week here and spend it getting wrecked every night
wildcardjack: Remember, don't mix alcohol and pot. Stick to one buzz at a time.
New Age Redneck: pute kisses like a manfood sucks balls I've done very little skiing in the states but I will say the best day-lodge food in skiing is at Whitewater in Nelson BC.No really, great little ski area with the best combo of coffee, food and pow anywhere.I think you've misunderstood me. Good food and wine, yes. Sh*tfaced-drunk frat-boy puking off chair lift, no.
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