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12-22-2007 02:56 PM
Loricybin
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Originally Posted by palidon11
you must've been trippin balls.
no, to be honest, i was almost completely sober.
my "mind melting" was the only way i could properly emphasize the effect that this experience had on me.
i've been skateboarding for nearly half of my (19 year) life,
and while i love its guts out, it has become very repetitive.

i'd imagine snowboarding will do the same, but i'm new to the sport,
and this was the single most refreshing experience i've had in years.

i found myself literally squeaking with excitement when i'd get near the top of a lift.
12-22-2007 10:26 AM
PaoloSmythe
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Originally Posted by kri$han
* gasp*

Cartels!!!...ooOOOOooooh ...iiiiis niiiiice.
hahahahaaaa i had noticed them too and had wondered if you had broken out of your one track mind!

have you spent your fat dollar yet or what?
12-22-2007 10:14 AM
palidon11
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Originally Posted by Loricybin
i wrote this on a napkin after snowboarding a few weeks ago and i felt that this might be an appropriate place to share it.
does anyone have any poetry, art or music that was inspired by the powder?

you must've been trippin balls.
12-22-2007 09:23 AM
kri$han * gasp*

Cartels!!!...ooOOOOooooh ...iiiiis niiiiice.

and for the OP; years of tv, music and video games have destroyed what little artistic creativity I used to have
12-22-2007 01:49 AM
Loricybin i only have 'em in gas form right now.
you still interested?
12-22-2007 01:44 AM
Mr. Right Can you get me that on paper or is it only in liquid form....
12-22-2007 01:00 AM
Loricybin
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Originally Posted by mpdsnowman
I dont know...but the avatar is pretty cool
that's my tail =P
12-22-2007 12:53 AM
Loricybin
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my belt smells like menthol from the icy hot patch that was on my lower back.
the car we took looks like it hasn't been washed in 45 years, but it's an '03 audi.
my beanie was frozen to my hair for a few minutes back there.
my aluminum-cased headphones stung to the touch, they were so cold.
and my mind,
oh my mind was melting in exactly the same way that the snow was not.
i wrote this on a napkin after snowboarding a few weeks ago and i felt that this might be an appropriate place to share it.
does anyone have any poetry, art or music that was inspired by the powder?
12-21-2007 10:54 PM
palidon11 ohhhhhhhhhhh
12-21-2007 04:51 PM
Slaughterhouse Okay....you are officially "trippy".
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