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Old 11-02-2012, 07:27 AM   #171 (permalink)
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I usually check to see how much vodka/mixer is left in my camelbak
Light up a cig and chug or shotgun a beer or water depending on time of day
attempt to strap in. 50/50 chance i get it haha
change music on my iphone
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if i'm with friends we usually yell at people or discuss the previous run talk about where we want to go the next run or if we saw a natual kicker or a decent looking tree run to try next
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Old 11-05-2012, 01:52 AM   #172 (permalink)
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Stress over the reality that we're approaching the top and i'm going to wipe everyone out when I try to unload with one foot strapped in.

And unique to everything I've read thus far, I like to praise and encourage skiers and riders below, giving them props whether they're killing it or not!
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Old 11-16-2012, 10:35 PM   #173 (permalink)
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I like to throw shnowballs, but only at those groups of people who think it's good to stop and sit in the middle of the run to talk while in the way of others, and especially if they're SKIERS!
Here's how to do it without the lift operator seeing you have a shnowball:
1. Get in the lift line. (Or do the follwing steps before entering the line.)
2. Make a shnowball if you're further back in the line (out of the operator's sight.)
3. Place your shnowball(s) in your binding and fold the highback down over the top to conceal it/them while you get on the lift.
4. Enjoy. (BUT DO NOT THROW AT OTHER SNOWBOARDERS!* The cool thing about this is that skiers don't have bindings like us, so they simply cannot have their shnowballs on the lift...therefore, we have gained yet ANOTHER advantage over them! We must have a feast to celebrate this victory!)
*Unless they are doing the annoying group-sit thing as mentioned above.

Or you could just do it the common way, by using the snow on your board to make shnowballs while on the lift. But by doing that you're not guaranteed to get the perfect shnowball, of course.
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Old 11-26-2012, 06:48 PM   #174 (permalink)
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I like to throw shnowballs, but only at those groups of people who think it's good to stop and sit in the middle of the run to talk while in the way of others, and especially if they're SKIERS!
Here's how to do it without the lift operator seeing you have a shnowball:
1. Get in the lift line. (Or do the follwing steps before entering the line.)
2. Make a shnowball if you're further back in the line (out of the operator's sight.)
3. Place your shnowball(s) in your binding and fold the highback down over the top to conceal it/them while you get on the lift.
4. Enjoy. (BUT DO NOT THROW AT OTHER SNOWBOARDERS!* The cool thing about this is that skiers don't have bindings like us, so they simply cannot have their shnowballs on the lift...therefore, we have gained yet ANOTHER advantage over them! We must have a feast to celebrate this victory!)
*Unless they are doing the annoying group-sit thing as mentioned above.

Or you could just do it the common way, by using the snow on your board to make shnowballs while on the lift. But by doing that you're not guaranteed to get the perfect shnowball, of course.
Boss...next time i go out I'm going to use this
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Old 11-26-2012, 06:56 PM   #175 (permalink)
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I like to go on the magic carpet with all the kids who can't ski and show them up to make me look better.
lol me and my friend do this as our "warmup run"
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:08 PM   #176 (permalink)
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I like to throw shnowballs, but only at those groups of people who think it's good to stop and sit in the middle of the run to talk while in the way of others, and especially if they're SKIERS!
Here's how to do it without the lift operator seeing you have a shnowball:
1. Get in the lift line. (Or do the follwing steps before entering the line.)
2. Make a shnowball if you're further back in the line (out of the operator's sight.)
3. Place your shnowball(s) in your binding and fold the highback down over the top to conceal it/them while you get on the lift.
4. Enjoy. (BUT DO NOT THROW AT OTHER SNOWBOARDERS!* The cool thing about this is that skiers don't have bindings like us, so they simply cannot have their shnowballs on the lift...therefore, we have gained yet ANOTHER advantage over them! We must have a feast to celebrate this victory!)
*Unless they are doing the annoying group-sit thing as mentioned above.

Or you could just do it the common way, by using the snow on your board to make shnowballs while on the lift. But by doing that you're not guaranteed to get the perfect shnowball, of course.
LOL. THIS.
Whenever I'm with a tiny person I tell them ridiculous stories that make no sense at all and insist that I'm telling the truth (unless his or her parent is there xD)
For some reason I've never dropped snowballs, but I've shaken snow off of my board. Never again.
I've only seen someone jump once and it was some guy whose friend bet him $5 and both of them were sitting next to me.
He jumped but never got the money :/
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Old 12-04-2012, 02:25 AM   #177 (permalink)
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I like to throw shnowballs, but only at those groups of people who think it's good to stop and sit in the middle of the run to talk while in the way of others, and especially if they're SKIERS!
Here's how to do it without the lift operator seeing you have a shnowball:
1. Get in the lift line. (Or do the follwing steps before entering the line.)
2. Make a shnowball if you're further back in the line (out of the operator's sight.)
3. Place your shnowball(s) in your binding and fold the highback down over the top to conceal it/them while you get on the lift.
4. Enjoy. (BUT DO NOT THROW AT OTHER SNOWBOARDERS!* The cool thing about this is that skiers don't have bindings like us, so they simply cannot have their shnowballs on the lift...therefore, we have gained yet ANOTHER advantage over them! We must have a feast to celebrate this victory!)
*Unless they are doing the annoying group-sit thing as mentioned above.

Or you could just do it the common way, by using the snow on your board to make shnowballs while on the lift. But by doing that you're not guaranteed to get the perfect shnowball, of course.
Sounds like a bunch of stuck up lifties! When I was a lifty I use to have a stack of snowballs beside me to hand out to people and tell them to throw at the lifty at the top.. good times!
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Old 12-04-2012, 03:11 AM   #178 (permalink)
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Trick other people with accents from around the world and watch them look mystified.
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Old 12-04-2012, 08:49 AM   #179 (permalink)
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Trick other people with accents from around the world and watch them look mystified.
That's always funny! Me and my friends sometimes do that and people on the hill usually stop and give us the "wtf?" look. One time when we did it, ski patrol was on the lift behind us and gave us a look as if they were pissed and were coming after us. We then started trying to speak Spanish in hopes that they wouldn't try to confront us because they couldn't understand us.
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Old 12-04-2012, 11:22 AM   #180 (permalink)
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That's always funny! Me and my friends sometimes do that and people on the hill usually stop and give us the "wtf?" look. One time when we did it, ski patrol was on the lift behind us and gave us a look as if they were pissed and were coming after us. We then started trying to speak Spanish in hopes that they wouldn't try to confront us because they couldn't understand us.
haha thats pretty funny, talking in different accents would confuse some gullible people.

So has anyone gotten played themselves by these tricks and snowboard games? Anyone have these ideas turned on them by other people?
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