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post #131 of 137 (permalink) Old 01-25-2013, 09:15 PM
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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.
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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!
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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
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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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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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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
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[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
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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
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