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01-27-2013 12:14 AM
MccBeth
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Originally Posted by tigre View Post
That's pretty much the only way I've heard "ski bunny" used around here, and it's in a derogatory sense. They're the girls who care more about whether their outfit matches than how they ride (and are mostly not local). Wandered into a heli company's office last year one time and the girl behind the desk was a complete dolt, didn't know anything about anything, but she sure looked cute. Dressed like Rainbow Brite. That's a bunny.
this is exactly what i think of when someone says snow bunny. a couple of my friends very occasionally call me a bunny when they want to annoy me. and aren't within arms reach, because i will punch them. it might just depend on the people you hang/ride with, but to me... it has always been a derogatory term.

hah this thread has been fun to read
01-26-2013 11:03 PM
XxSnowbunnyxX [QUOTE=EatRideSleep;637618] Although I do remember hearing the youngest chick of The Girls Next Door rides. Ooh! And she hangs out with black men, so hey look at that.[QUOTE]

haha true
01-26-2013 07:34 AM
EatRideSleep
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Originally Posted by XxSnowbunnyxX View Post
I didn't know bunnies only referred to skinny snowboard chicks? I'm not skinny, tho im not huge... i have extra fat. i thought bunnies just referred to any female snowboarders
I don't think it has anything to do with size. When I said the "Hef" type I meant those kind of bunnies (Playboy bunnies), not necessarily thin chicks who snowboard. Although I do remember hearing the youngest chick of The Girls Next Door rides. Ooh! And she hangs out with black men, so hey look at that.

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Originally Posted by Big Foot View Post
So I've never had the term "Snow Bunny" formally defined for me, but I have been hearing it since I started skiing in the 90s. To me a "Snow Bunny" is an attractive female who partakes in winter sports (Be it snowboarding or skiing) and wears a femenine outfit to identify themselves. Usually bright pink, baby blue, or white (or a combination of those). In my head that's always what a snow bunny has been. So with all this talk about what a snow bunny is, I googled it. Either my definition was/is way off, or times have changed, but here's the general consensus from a varitey of sources:

Snow Bunny refers to a white female; this expression is commonly used to describe a white female who mingles among black males.

So there you go...
That's how I've always understood it to be.

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Originally Posted by NSboarder View Post
I agree moreso with your definition than googles. Mine was more along the lines of women skiers/boarders 18-30 years old. Regardless of whether their attire was black, purple, blue, or pink who were looking for attention. You girls are too good to be the naughty bunnies I was hoping to run across.
And...there it is
01-26-2013 05:14 AM
oldmate
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Originally Posted by Snow Hound View Post
Solved..... I just hope you've got the paper:

Ski-Bunnies.com

Cant believe this hasn't already been posted!
LOL.

How good do these girls get it?

Flights, accommodation, food, drinks, lift tickets, gear hire all paid for, plus charging a fee for going. All they have to do is put out
01-26-2013 04:35 AM
Snow Hound
Re: Any Bunnies in the Roaring Fork Valley, CO??

Solved..... I just hope you've got the paper:

www.ski-bunnies.com/home.html

Cant believe this hasn't already been posted!
01-25-2013 09:15 PM
XxSnowbunnyxX
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Originally Posted by gmore10 View Post
She said they rode with us because we didnt spend all day hitting on them and also we treated them like one of the boys just my advice.
01-25-2013 09:11 PM
XxSnowbunnyxX
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Originally Posted by Big Foot View Post
So I've never had the term "Snow Bunny" formally defined for me, but I have been hearing it since I started skiing in the 90s. To me a "Snow Bunny" is an attractive female who partakes in winter sports (Be it snowboarding or skiing) and wears a femenine outfit to identify themselves. Usually bright pink, baby blue, or white (or a combination of those). In my head that's always what a snow bunny has been. So with all this talk about what a snow bunny is, I googled it. Either my definition was/is way off, or times have changed, but here's the general consensus from a varitey of sources:

Snow Bunny refers to a white female; this expression is commonly used to describe a white female who mingles among black males.

So there you go...
I do not hang with black guys. I also don't wear bright colors. Actually if you look in my album, my board is black (blue on the bottom), my snow pants are black, my jacket is black.... I have a slight bit or turqouise but thats it. i just thought a snowbunny is a female skiier/rider

Edit: So then... im a WHITE GIRL who WEARS black lol kinda fits?
01-25-2013 09:05 PM
gmore10 A little of topic, but me and my buddies have 2 or 3 hot chicks that would ride with us all the time. One day i asked one of the girls why they ride with us (none of my buddies are super fit ab hunks). She said they rode with us because we didnt spend all day hitting on them and also we treated them like one of the boys just my advice.
01-25-2013 08:52 PM
tigre
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Originally Posted by HeroForADay View Post
Where do the girls who hang out in the lodge all day in full gear fit into this equation?

Just out of my own curiosity.
That's pretty much the only way I've heard "ski bunny" used around here, and it's in a derogatory sense. They're the girls who care more about whether their outfit matches than how they ride (and are mostly not local). Wandered into a heli company's office last year one time and the girl behind the desk was a complete dolt, didn't know anything about anything, but she sure looked cute. Dressed like Rainbow Brite. That's a bunny.
01-25-2013 06:19 PM
Donutz
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Originally Posted by Big Foot View Post
Snow Bunny refers to a white female; this expression is commonly used to describe a white female who mingles among black males.
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